On the back you got the plugins for the power cable, a couple more USB ports, reset button and also a LAN port.
The bottom of the NAS is equipped with rubber feet to also prevent vibrations from the HDD.
To mount the drives all you need to do is to push the drive into place and the mounting clips will clip into place if you have aimed the mounting holes correct.
The clips have rubber padding around them to prevent vibrations from the drive, so thus far we have seen three features to prevent extra noise and vibrations.
Installation is very easy, all you have to do is mount your HDD in the settings. You can also play around with various settings like DynDNS, medistreamer, Samba etc to run this NAS as efficient as possible. I personally tried the DynDNS setting and accessed the NAS from various locations to see what type of speeds we can expect.