Shuttle Inc. The manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories has introduced its first Network Attached Storage (NAS) called OMNINAS KD20 at Computex this week. This new Network Attached Storage targeted for home users, small office and workgroups.
OMNINAS KD20 comes with two hot-swappable drive bays (can be equipped with 3.5-inch hard drives or SSDs up to 4TB, which mean it get a total of 8TB storage space). This storage device can be use file sharing and media serving box. It has a gigabit Ethernet LAN port for connecting to your local network, and three USB ports (two ports locate on the rear of the NAS and one on the front panel). It also has an SD card reader slot for transferring files from your digital camera or media player.
OMNINAS KD20 comes with a 2.5 stylish aluminum body that makes it look good and keep the server cool. The KD20 equipped with an 80mm fan who will automatically activate when the hard disk reaches a certain temperature limit. Other features include the AutoCopy function, the NAS can automatically copy data from USB drives to the NAS. For the security reasons, you can use USB storage device to backup your data periodically that stored on KD20 NAS.
Shuttle OMNINAS KD20 private cloud server 2-bay network attached storage currently available from Amazon.com for $213.