Plenty of features.
Easy and intuitive web interface.
Can play the role of a fully capable download station.
Multimedia and Surveillance station ability.
Can take up to four, hotswap, disks.
Supports most popular RAID levels.
Dual Gigabit Ethernet network.
Build Quality, Excellent Performance.
Price looks intimidating.
Not so high transfer speeds with RAID 6/5 arrays.
Long boot time (>5min).
No USB 3.0 support.
Still Quite Limited Support For IP Cameras.
Write speeds in RAID 5 still limited by the installed computing power.
By APH Networks on August 31, 2012
You are secureI know what forYou're holding files behind the hard drive doorDon't need WindowsTo boot you upLinux embedded on flash is enoughEveryone else on the network sees youEveryone else but the bannedQNAP you store all my files like nobody...75
By Legion Hardware on July 25, 2012
Late last year when we reviewed the QNAP TS-219P II and TS-119P II for the first time we were impressed with what these compact NAS devices had to offer. Both were immediately available at reasonable prices and when compared to the competition they...-
By Tech2 on July 19, 2012
QNAP also offers single bay and two bay network attached storage drives for home and small business environments that cost around Rs 14,000 to Rs 17,000 approximately. This four bay NAS retails at an MOP of Rs 49,000. If you are looking for a cheaper...80
By Macworld Australia on June 19, 2012
QNAP’s TS-419P II is one of its most affordable four-bay NAS drives at around $549 without disks, but it can still form the hub of a versatile and capacious online storage system. Related Tags: 4 disk bay, drive, macworld, macworld australia, nas,...80
By techPowerUp! on May 24, 2012
The TS-419P II is certainly not the most affordable NAS out there, although it belongs to QNAP's lower-end category. Nevertheless after testing it for some weeks I realized that it offers many more features, beyond what average users require, so its...88
By eTeknix on March 12, 2012
In the world we are in today, data is everywhere, whether it be a simple photo or song on your phone right up to multi-level databases that run in huge datacentres. Naturally the latter is the last thing that you would be running from home so lets bring...-
By DigitalReviews on January 12, 2012
For years we have been using a 4 bay QNAP NAS unit in our home office which has been quietly whirring away doing its duty. Today we are having a quick look at a more up-to-date version of this stalwart work horse of today's home and small-business...-
By X-bit Labs on December 21, 2011
The modern ARM platform has proved to be quite appropriate for midrange NASes. It is as good as the x86 platform unless you've got some special software to use or plan to load your NAS very hard. Talking about the particular model, the QNAP TS-419P...-
By Real World Labs on December 09, 2011
The TurboNAS TS-419P II by QNAP is without doubt a wonderful piece of hardware which will certainly cover 90% of the users out there (VMware users excluded) due to its very good hardware and software specifications. The 2.0GHz Marvell ARM...-
By hardwarezone.com.sg on December 08, 2011
If the QNAP TS-419P II looks somewhat familiar to you, that’s because it’s really the TS-419P+, but with a faster processor. While the latter came with a Marvell 6282 1.6GHz processor, the former comes with a 2.0GHz chip from the same line....85