Today QNAP unveiled their latest NAS storage systems, revealing new additions to their range of 2-bay, 4-bay, and 6-bay solutions for anyone who wants to store content in a way that is accessible to their network and the outside world.
These new solutions have been named the T5-x53B series and are particularly interesting because they feature 10GbE connectivity.
QNAP has also said that they are the first to provide PCIe expansion in a NAS drive, allowing user to potentially upgrade the system with new parts in the system and making the series a longer lasting.
Inside, each of the drives feature the following specifications:
– Quad-core Intel Celeron J3455 1.5GHz processor (burst up to 2.3GHz),
– Dual-channel DDR3L SODIMM RAM (user upgradable to 8GB);
– hot-swappable 2.5?/3.5? SATA 6Gbps HDD/SSD;
– 2 x Gigabit LAN ports;
– 2 x HDMI v1.4b, up to 4K UHD;
– 5 x USB 3.0 Type-A ports; 1 x USB-C QuickAccess Port;
– 1 x PCIe Gen2x2 slot;
– 1 x SDXC slot;
– 1 x USB-copy button; 0.96? OLED display with touch-sensitive buttons,
– 1 x speaker, 2 x 3.5mm microphone jacks (supporting dynamic microphones);
– 1 x 3.5mm Line Out audio jack.
QNAP has also built SSD caching into the series, making them faster on top of that 10GbE connectivity.
The series includes the TS-253B-4G/8G: 2-bay, 4GB/8GB DDR3L RAM model, the TS-453B-4G/8G: 4-bay, 4GB/8GB DDR3L RAM model, and the TS-653B-4G/8G: 6-bay, 4GB/8GB DDR3L RAM.
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