Acer Aspire easyStore Home Server
Acer has certainly come a long way from its humble beginnings, making its way to being the no. 3 vendor in the PC market. It is no fluke to reach such lofty heights without hard work, perseverance, providence and great hardware as well as technical support, so hopefully the latter two will remain with the new release of the Acer Aspire easyStore Home Server for folks living Stateside. Specially designed for households and home-based businesses with multiple PCs, the new Aspire easyStore makes it a snap to hook up home computers, centralize, share and protect digital data as well as access it remotely from anywhere in the world.
Powered by Microsoft Windows Home Server, the Aspire easyStore offers a plethora of benefits. Parents are able to access their children’s homework from afar when traveling, as long as they have a decent Internet connection to do so. Not only that, favorite videos and images recorded during the most recent travels can also be uploaded to the server so that other family members, regardless of their geographical position, are able to access those said media. This digital data centralization will further reduce the need to transfer data from one machine to another, while doubling up as a safeguard so that only authorized persons can have a look at it. In all this, we want to stress that having a backup data for everything stored within is of utmost importance – even more so for a centralized system.
You will find an Intel Atom processor 230 running at the heart of the Aspire easyStore, couple with 2GB memory, a 1TB hard drive, a trio of hot-swappable hard drive bays for storage expansion (which makes enough room for approximately 7TB of total data storage), and a recovery/reset pinhole that offers additional data protection by enabling system restores and data recoveries with just one-touch. If you’re interested in consolidating all your data for your home in a single computer, then the Acer Aspire easyStore AH340-UA230N Home Server can be yours for $399.99.