Inside the ARTiGO A2000
December 14, 2008
We've had a chance to poke around inside an ARTiGO A2000, courtesy of the mini-itx store. Our ISO standard size reference cylinder is in the foreground of the first picture.
The inside is surprisingly sparse. The 1.5GHz N701 motherboard inhabits the rear of the case, only slightly larger than the standard 80mm fan. The only other circuit boards in the case distribute power and data to the SATA drives and connect the front panel to the Nano-ITX motherboard, which accepts 12V directly from the DC socket on the back.
Everything comes cabled up, ready to go. Slide in a hard drive or two and perhaps a compact flash card with your NAS OS of choice and you have your own custom NAS in 5 minutes.
ARTiGO A2000 at the Mini-ITX Store
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