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Written by Nitin Kumar - Edited by Olin Coles   
Wednesday, 20 February 2008
Table of Contents: Page Index
QNAP TS-109 Pro SATA Gigabit NAS
QNAP NAS Features
QNAP TS-109 Pro Specifications
QNAP TS-109 Pro Exterior
Product Name Interior
NAS Testing Methodology
Testing Results
Final Thoughts and Conclusion

QNAP TS-109 Pro Interior

QNAP left the unit unscrewed which made it even easier for me to install the hard drive. TS-109 Pro already had a beautiful exterior design, and I was excited to see the inner parts of the unit. I didn't really expect much as no one really cares how nice the interior is as long as it is high quality and it works.


Though I have to admit as soon as I took removed the cover I was impressed. The finish on the inside was impressive. The TS-109 Pro looked very high quality and the finish on the HD-Tray had to be admired. The interior of the unit looked as good as the outside if not better.


Here is a look at the SATA port on the TS-109 Pro along the power plug. Very easy and high quality design.


The top cover on the unit slides of very easily and smoothly. You don't have to ever struggle a bit to slide it on and off.


I actually removed the board from the unit to see the quality parts it was using. QNAP TS-109 uses Marvell based chip and uses all solid capacitors. From the design stand point the unit doesn't lag in any terms.


Installing the hard drive is as easy as just sliding it in and screwing the four screws provided, doesn't get any easier than this.


Here is a look at the HD installed. The installation looks very clean, thanks to QNAP for making the process extermely easy and painless.


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