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The single-bay TS-119 and dual-bay TS-219 Turbo NASes use the new Marvell "Kirkwood" processor, have 512 MB of DDRII RAM and support up to 2 TB SATA drives. The TS-219 supports online RAID expansion and migration.

Both models support the full range of QNAP features including scheduled power on/off, UPnP/ DLNA media serving, download service and LAMP web-serving. Both products can support additional USB drives and USB print serving via three USB 2.0 ports. The TS-119 also has one eSATA port.

MSRPs for the TS-119 and TS-219 are $319 and $399 respectively. QNAP did not say when shipments would begin.

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