Buffalo Technology DriveStation Quattro Rackmount


$460.00 Released April, 2009

Product Shot 1Buffalo Technology DriveStation Quattro Rackmount is a more compact and lightweight version of the bulky DriveStation Quattro TurboUSB. Like its peer, it features four 7200 RPM eSATA HDDs that can be configured in RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-5, or JBOD mode.

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Once connected to a compatible PC or Mactinosh—by either USB or eSATA—the drives are automatically detected; in fact, they come pre-formatted for immediate use. Included also with this system is an easy-to-use Windows & MacOS-X RAID Utility for easily managing RAID modes—especially useful for RAID beginners. Note that the DriveStation Quattro Rackmount retails in two forms: the 1TB HD-RQS1TSU2/R5 and 2TB HD-RQS2TSU2/R5.

Additional Information

For more details on Buffalo’s RAID Technology, please visit WHAT IS RAID.

Included with the unit is SecureLockWare, a 100% free security software that allows a user to encrypt either all or just a part-of the data on their HDD device; and also Memeo AutoBackup & Memo AutoSync, built for securely storing and tracking essential computer files. 

Features

  • RAID Unit
  • Four eSATA HDDs
  • RAID-0 (Stripping w/Redundancy)
  • RAID-1 (Mirroring w/Redundancy)
  • RAID-5 (w/Redundancy)
  • JBOD (Full-Capacity Scanning Mode)
  • USB 2.0
  • FireWire
  • Windows/Mac Compatible
  • Windows/Mac RAID Utility
  • SecureLockWare
  • Memo AutoBackUp/AutoSync
  • Cables (Included) 

Specifications

  • Drive Interface: USB 2.0, eSATA
  • Connector Type: USB Series , eSATA
  • Rotational Speed: 7200RPM
  • Supporter RAID: 0, 1, 5, JBOD (Spanning)
  • Power Supply: AC100 50/60Hz
  • Dimensions: 17 x 3.4 x 17”
  • Weight: 9.9 Lbs
  • OS: Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS X+

Model Variations

  • Buffalo Technology DriveStation Quattro Rackmount: HD-RQS1TSU2/R5 | 1TB
  • Buffalo Technology DriveStation Quattro Rackmount: HD-RQS2TSU2/R5 | 2TB

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