The last group of the Setup Manager is called System Logs. The pages of this group offer information about various aspects of the NAS. The System Event Logs page contains an internal log of the NAS’s operation while the System Information page displays information about the CPU load, amount of free system memory, and HDD temperature.
Summing it up, the TS-109Pro II seems to be inferior to Synology’s products in terms of functionality. It is on the same level as the firmware of the DS107+ when we tested the latter one year ago. If we haven’t dealt with Synology’s products since then, we’d think the firmware from QNAP even better in some respects. However, we have tested the DS207+ with updated firmware (which is also available for the DS107+) and our requirements have grown stricter. The firmware of the DS207+ has a better interface. It has a list of favorite settings on the start page and offers a handier navigation in the menu of settings, and its icons are more intuitive. The TS-109Pro II is also inferior in terms of additional functionality. For example, it doesn’t offer such features as Synology’s Audio Station or advanced logging.
But if taken without any comparisons, the firmware of QNAP’s device is quite good. We like its backup opportunities, the option of changing the logo on the title page (animated images are supported) and QPKG. You may have noticed even more interesting features if you have viewed the screenshots above.