Acer Aspire EasyStore Home Server

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This Windows Home Server unit features everything you need to start saving and sharing your collection of files. This Acer Aspire EasyStore AH340-UA230N Home Server includes a standard 1TB hard drive. Three bays are available with 3.5″ hotswap trays for 3.5″ desktop sata drives. Connect it anyway you need with gigabit LAN, USB 2.0, and eSATA ports. The Acer Aspire EasyStore AH340-UA230N Home Server will automatically integrate into your network and share music, photos or other documents. You can also remotely access the easyStore by setting up a secure personal web address on the Windows Home Server website. The small server takes up very little space and is perfect for any home or office with its contemporary style and black bezel. Save all your important files in this easy to use and easy to share Acer Aspire EasyStore AH340-UA230N Home Server!
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25 Responses to “Acer Aspire EasyStore Home Server”

  1. DEVOXxCANADAxX Says:

    I fucking hate that peace of shit! I own it and it’s not worth buying!! Why? Ports, Backups will not delete and most of your space ends up to that!, It’s a bitch to format, Fucking slow transfer rate of 7MBps.

    Take my advice DO NOT BUY IT!!!!!

  2. madeslauriers Says:

    are you sure the acer easystore is able to run 4 x 2TB without any overheat or hard drive crash? …because it’s supposed to be 4TB maximum

  3. jn1167 Says:

    This box is nice and works ok but file transfers in WHS still sucks ass. If i drag and drop files from my Win7 to WHS, the initial transfer will get up to 90-100MBs and then after a few seconds it just nose dives right to 5-10MBs which is SLOWWWWW!!!

    try actually using it before you review it 😉

    FYI, I have no clue what hes talking about that you can give the box a static IP when you can. WHS is basically server 2003. You just RDP to the box and set the IP like you would on any server.

  4. dliuzzi Says:

    Now I want to do a Radar Race

  5. hippievogelei Says:

    same as computers barebone, big towers, medium tower, small tower, micro tower, Homte Theatre Pc, U(ltra)M(obile)Pc, laptop, tabletpcs(notebook with touchscreen already years(8+) on the market) etc………………..so dont talk shit ok about why oh why if it sells then it sells. go research things friend google is ur friend.

  6. slappnutts34 Says:

    i miss Albert! no homo, but he better than that other guy
    

  7. OMNIenforcer15 Says:

    would this play world of warcraft good?

  8. zelgadiss Says:

    gosh why do these things have to come in all weird shape and sizes.

    if only the QNAP TS-809U-RP Turbo NAS wouldn’t costs $2,099.99

  9. DayLight95 Says:

    lol, and i actualy lol’d

  10. vicrod74 Says:

    What about OS X Time Machine Backups??

  11. Donny519 Says:

    go back to canada you faggot

  12. TheKoreanX Says:

    Oooooh, space for all my pr0nz

  13. Hungerth Says:

    Cache is not the ‘speed’ of the drive, the physical speed of the drive is, of course, the quoted RPM…..

    The cache is the small amount of RAM designated to the drive for buffering. The larger the cache, the more the drive can send to the pipe, even if the processor’s affinity is currently elsewhere. Basically it means more seamless data streams, which is especially useful for HTPC setups.

    It doesn’t make too, too much of a difference, however.

  14. sora778 Says:

    Im stupid to ask why you would need 16 terabytes, because I dont you servers, sure.

  15. 888berg Says:

    Sorry.. but you’re stupid

  16. zanuha Says:

    Thats what im saying. Damn.

  17. piniginis Says:

    it keeps the most accesed files

  18. LETHLSS Says:

    Acer is coming along well these days. several yrs back i always thought they’d fade away, go under etc. but whudda ya know, they doing ok for themselves!

  19. filleman17 Says:

    what does cache in a HDD

  20. Mgopro Says:

    Albert really knows what he’s talking about. That’s why he’s the shit, and his reviews are the shit.

  21. meekoman25 Says:

    Hot swappable?

  22. joby866 Says:

    on servers you NEED 1TB or more for popular websites

  23. sora778 Says:

    why would you need that much space though?

  24. zanuha Says:

    Wait, do they make 2TB 2.5” HDDs? Remember those things you reviewed a while back that lets you plug two 2.5” HDDs into one 3.5” case, and use it inside your computer? Well, four of those. 16 terabytes.

  25. zanuha Says:

    10 Terabytes of fuckin’ data? Whoa.

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