The Advatronix Cirrus 1200 tries to distinguish itself from the average tower server offering with a cube shaped desktop that has many hot pluggable hard disk bays. Will the low power, low noise, and low latency storage be enough to convince potential buyers to invest in such a solution? Read on for our full review of this storage server.

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