The new BlackArmor NAS400 has an MSRP of $399, and it supports several raid configurations. It features hot-swappable drives, it’s user configurable, you pick the drives you want in it basically and go from there. You can fit a total of four drives in it, you can start with one and then add more as needed, so it can grow as your needs grow.
Similar to Seagate’s other two-and-four bay NAS solutions, the BlackArmor NAS 400 network storage server includes:
· Backup and protection tools for up to 50 network-connected PCs with incremental and full-system, automatic backup.
· User-configurable RAID 0/1/5/10 & JBOD capabilities, providing a variety of data protection options to help avoid data loss due to hard drive failure.
· Hot-swappable drives — no tools required.
· Microsoft®Active Directory 2003/2008 support.
- Secure remote access with intuitive, web-based management interface, allowing customers to designate user access manually or integrate with Microsoft® Active Directory 2003/2008.
· Windows 7 certification.
- Ability to centralize, stream and share media files and documents from computers on a network, share them with other DLNA® compliant devices and computers on the network running iTunes® software.
- Full system recovery of the operating system, programs and settings, in the event of a system crash or failure with SafetyDrill+™ software.
- Event notification to help prevent and manage drive errors or disruption.
- Four additional USB ports to connect extra USB storage, share a USB printer or connect an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) to safeguard from power failure.
- A 3-year limited warranty.