Icy Box NAS IB-NAS2000

Specifications & Appearance


The following information has been taken directly from RaidSonic's website:

• For home and office networks
• ARM9-technology
• Number of users and groups not limited
• Easy configuration via web browser
• Supports 3.5” PATA (IDE) HDDs of any size
• Use ext2, ext3 or fat32 filesystem
• Host link via Ehternet or USB interface possible
° 10 Mbit/s / 100 Mbit/s Ethernet Interface
° USB 2.0 Interface (480 Mbit/s)
• 3 Server in one
° Samba server (for Windows network shares, Mac OS X)
° NFS Server (for Unix, Linux)
° FTP Server (Remote access via Internet)
• UPnP service for network support
• Controllable fan with tree-step switch (off/low/high)
• Front display for power-status, operating-status (NAS or USB) and data access
• Case noiseless
• Low power consumption
• External data cables inclusive
• Aluminium case
• External power supply AC: 100~240 V


It's clear to see that RaidSonic were going for 'elegant' when they designed the Icy Box IB-NAS2000 enclosure. Constructed almost entirely out of black anodised brushed aluminium with a silver trim, the Icy Box would certainly blend in very well with a high end PC case.

Icy Box NAS Front Icy Box NAS Back

Icy Box NAS Side Icy Box NAS Side

The front of the Icy Box contains 4 LED's responsible for showing the current status of the unit. From here, you can tell when the unit has power, when the hard disk is being accessed and whether the unit is connected via USB or Network. Around the side of the unit is a circular meshed grill that provides optimal ventilation for the 40mm fan responsible for cooling the hard disk.

Icy Box NAS Back Icy Box NAS Back

The back of the IB-NAS2000 features a bank of 3 connectors for providing the unit with power and connecting it to your machine via either USB or Network. Further down the back we can also see a 3-way switch for adjusting the internal fan speed and an inset reset switch for restoring the unit to factory settings.

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Most Recent Comments

28-08-2007, 09:12:44

What a good idea, if a subsquent model is released that takes SATA HDD's and supports a Giggabit network then i'd definatly buy one. Another excellent review Quote

28-08-2007, 09:18:25

agreed, needs a sata hdd and being formatted in ntfs, then its greatQuote

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