TRENDnet debuts the TN-200 NAS media server

Posted on Thursday, Jun 06 2013 @ 09:34 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TRENDnet shows off the TN-200, a new 2-bay NAS media server:
TRENDnet, TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today is excited to announce the 2-Bay NAS Media Server Enclosure, model TN-200- a powerful entertainment and storage hub of your digital network.

DLNA certified Smart TVs, media players, and game consoles can automatically find and play multiple HD videos and music from the TN-200 simultaneously. An iTunesĀ® server provides the ability to share a massive iTunes library across your network.

The TN-200 accepts two 3.5" SATA hard drives, sold separately, for a total storage capacity of up to 8 Terabytes. Additional storage can be added using a convenient USB share port. A Gigabit Ethernet port maintains a high speed connection to the network. The intuitive setup wizards get the TN-200 up and running quickly.

"The TN-200 has an intuitive interface which novice users can easily navigate," said Sonny Su, technology director for TRENDnet. "It's packed full of features to support efficient content storage and sharing."

TN-200 Features:
DNLA Certified
iTunesĀ® Server: share a massive iTunes library across your network
Backup Center: ensures zero data loss if one drive crashes
Download Center: schedule downloads from popular sites
One Touch USB Button: automatically backs up content from a USB device
Advanced Energy Savings: create a weekly hibernation schedule
Remote Access: Access the TN-200 over the internet

Pricing and Availability
TN-200 Availability: This month from to online and retail partners TN-200 MSRP: $169.99
TRENDnet TN-200 media server

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