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Qnap TS-453B Review

If you want a 4-bay desktop NAS appliance with every conceivable feature then look no further than Qnap’s TS-453B. It combines great storage capabilities with plenty of multimedia apps, Qnap offers a fine range of PCI-Express upgrade cards and the 8GB model we have on review is good value.

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Seagate IronWolf NAS and NAS Pro 10TB Review

The IronWolfs performed exceedingly well in our 10GbE NAS environment delivering good write speeds along with a high I/O throughput. Teaming these up with their high capacity and reliability make Seagate’s 10TB IronWolf and IronWolf Pro drives the perfect partners for your business NAS appliance.

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QNAP TS-563 NAS Review

The TS-563 scores well for value as it costs around $60 less than Synology’s DS1515+ and has the added bonus of being 10GbE ready. Performance over 10GbE is disappointing but QNAP delivers an excellent range of features with QTS 4.2 likely to provide even more.

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QNAP TVS-1271U-RP Review

Offering the TVS-1271U-RP with four hardware options is a smart move by QNAP as you can choose the model that best suits your needs. The top Core i7 model isn’t as fast as Synology’s RS3614xs+ but it is better value and combines plenty of business-class features with an unbelievable expansion potential.

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Synology DiskStation DS3615xs Review

No other vendor can match the DS3615xs for sheer capacity as this is the biggest desktop NAS appliance on the planet. The two design flaws we found knock its scores down slightly but it grabs them back with its huge range of features, massive expansion potential and excellent 10GbE performance.

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QNAP TS-EC880 Pro NAS Review

QNAP’s new TS-EC880 Pro combines an impressive range of storage features with some potent hardware. QNAP has an app for everything, it delivers top performance over 10GbE and the high expansion capabilities make it a solid, long-term investment.

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QNAP TS-EC1280U-RP NAS Review

QNAP’s TS-EC1280U-RP scores well for its high capacity and extreme expansion potential. You’ll have to wait a while for features such as iSCSI snapshots and the BBU to become available but performance over 10GbE is good, cloud features are extensive and the Virtualization Station has QNAP standing out from the NAS ...