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QNAP TS-451U SOHO Rackmount Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Storage

Read more: QNAP TS-451U SOHO Rackmount ReviewedThe QNAP TS-451U is the entry-level rack mounted NAS for SoHos and small businesses. Does this low(er) cost, 4-bay 1RU rackmount unit have what it takes to do the job? With thanks to QNAP, DigitalReviews gets to check out this unit.

"In the entry-level rack-mountable NAS segment, we are glad to be the first NAS company to introduce the energy-efficient, 64-bit Celeron®-powered TS-451U, which is designed for budget-conscious SOHO users to store and back up data without sacrificing performance," said Jason Hsu, product manager of QNAP. "Coupled with feature-rich business applications, QvPC Technology, Virtualization Station and 1080p video transcoding, the TS-451U delivers the best cost-effectiveness for growing business data needs."

Aegis Secure Key 3.0 - Another Upgrade from Apricorn. More Secure Than Fort Knox?

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Storage

Read more: Aegis Secure Key 3.0 - Another Upgrade from Apricorn. More Secure Than Fort...I didn't realise that it was already more than three years ago that we reviewed the original Aegis Secure Key.

See our article here.


We highly recommended that little critter for its security in such a tiny USB key package.


Now it's a slightly bigger edition that Apricorn sent us the other day: this time around it sports USB 3.0, it's a bootable drive and it has much higher capacities.


So let's have a quick roundup of some of the main specifications and differences.

The Genie is Out of the Bottle: QNAP Put it in the QGenie Mobile NAS

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Storage

Read more: The Genie is Out of the Bottle: QNAP Put it in the QGenie Mobile NAS

The QGenie is the smallest of all the NAS units we have ever reviewed. It's positively tiny and probably is smaller than your smart phone!


Yet, it contains a lot of functionality not seen in its bigger siblings: let's get the genie out of the bottle or rather, let's get the QGenie out of the box and see what magic happens if we put it to use.

NAS is for sharing, and we all know that. So expect file sharing but also Internet sharing and even power-sharing. And more.


Let's see how it all works.

 

A Game of Transcodes -- Synology DS415play Reviewed

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Storage

Read more: A Game of Transcodes -- Synology DS415play ReviewedWhile many still use optical media, the current trend is to ditch the discs and begin enjoying the benefits of instant access hard drive storage solutions. And if you haven't yet made the transition, Synology's DS415play with on-demand transcoding might just be the device that tips the scale.

Read on for our review of the new DS415play.

 

QNAP HS-210 Silent NAS

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Storage

Read more: QNAP HS-210 Silent NASEarly this year, QNAP launched a Network Attached Storage (NAS) specially designed for the modern digital lifestyle. With thanks to QNAP, the HS-210 has been on an extended tour of duty on the DigitalReviews test bench.

Let see what makes this NAS different.

Thecus N2310 Budget 2 Bay NAS -- Reviewed

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Storage

Read more: Thecus N2310 Budget 2 Bay NAS -- ReviewedWhen it comes to Network Attached Stoary (NAS) we tend to go big but that isn't always necessary, or cost effective.

The N2310 is Thecus' entry level NAS device and priced under $200AUD, it might be the perfect introduction to the world of networked storage.

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