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QNAP TVS-673e Business NAS with Multimedia Focus

... optional: a PCI-Express card with dual 10Gbits/sec USB 3.1 Type-A ports and the multimedia remote control which probably is more suitable for home applications anyway. Technically they all have an AMD ...

Hands on with the new QNAP TS-531X-2G 5 Bay NAS

... of 1x USB 3.0 One Touch Copy button. Rear panel sports 2x USB 3.0 Ports, 2x Gigabit RJ45 NICs standard and 2 x 10 Gigabit SFP+ LAN Ports.   Talk about bang for buck! Purchasing a 10GB NIC will ...

Eight Bays Are Better Than One -- DS1817+ NAS Reviewed

... button are status and alert LEDs while to the right are four LAN indicators. Also included on the bottom right hand side is a blue colour coded USB 3.0 connector. While its low and recessed location makes ...

Synology Diskstation DS916+ for Business

...  Yes Ports: USB 3.0 x 3, eSATA x 1, RJ-45 1 GbE WoL x 2 File System: Internal Drives: Btrfs, EXT4 External Drives: Btrfs, EXT4, EXT3, FAT, NTFS, HFS+, exFAT (paid add-on) Dimensions: 165 mm x 20 ...

QNAP TS-453A – a Multi Media NAS as Karaoke Machine?

...  up to 414 MB/s read speed and doesn’t run out of oompf very quickly. There are 4 USB 3.0 ports (one on the front panel) and 2 HDMI ones. I’m missing the locks on the drive bays which are really necessar ...

Synology DS216j - Small Form, Big Punch

... s a power button and activity LEDs. All connectivity and plugs resides out of sight at the back of the unit - 2 x USB 3.0 ports, Gigabit LAN port and power. The DS216j is designed for set and forget. The ...

Synology RT1900ac, from NAS to Networking

... USB 3.0 port. A stand is bundled in with the packaging allowing for the RT1900ac to be positioned vertically. The downside of this is that the cables will come in from the top and unless you are a top ...

Mobilezap USB Type-C Cable

As part of my "Welcome to Nexus 6p" kit from Mobilezap, a USB Type-C 3.1 Male to USB 3.0 Male Cable! We are all used to cheap, commodity, (essentially) disposable USB cables due to their unreliability ...

Hands On: Brother P-Touch E550WVP Industrial Labeller

... thermal printing. • PC, Mac, and mobile connectible, software included. • Wi-Fi enabled. • USB connector included. • • Prints on cable wraps, cable flags, or heat shrink tubes. • LCD Backlit screen with ...

QNAP TS-451U SOHO Rackmount Reviewed

... U is no different with a front fascia dominated by the 4 drive bays. Above that is an USB 2.0 port and a slim row of LED lights shows system status, network activity and installed drives and activity. Arou ...

Quality NAS -- QNAP TS-431 Reviewed

... s sitting to the right of a silver LED/button column. Beyond a general status LED, a LED is provided for each drive, USB access and LAN activity. Beneath these LEDs is a power button and /One Touch Co ...

Synology Goes Forth - DS415+ Quad Core NAS Review

... this plate are five LEDs - one to indicate the unit's overall status and another one for each of the drive bays. A blue power LED also accompanies the power button, as does a solitary front facing USB 2.0 ...

A Game of Transcodes -- Synology DS415play Reviewed

... tary front USB 2.0 port. The drive bay caddies are secured in place via a plastic pull up lever system. The plastic drive bays slide out easily and feature Synology's clever screwless drive securing mech ...

QNAP HS-210 Silent NAS

... power jack, two x USB 2 and two x USB 3 ports, an Ethernet port and a SD card reader.   Getting Started If you are internet connected (and let's face it in this market how many people are no ...

Thecus N4510U PRO-R -- 4 Bay Rack Mount NAS Monster

...  buttons. When the cage is folded down, four lockable SATA drive bays become accessible. To the lower right is a small panel which contains two USB 3 ports, four status LEDs, a mute, power and locator butto ...

Thecus N2310 Budget 2 Bay NAS -- Reviewed

... ed status LEDs beneath which rest a USB copy and a power button. The sides of the unit are both identical and feature a shiny plastic middle with Thecus branding. Other than a neat inverse scoop exha ...

Gigabyte G1.Sniper B5 review

... e, nice features and tweakability ? We just have to check that out. Oh and you'll get many USB 3.0 ports and of course an improved and enhanced audio solution (albeit that really is a software layer sit ...

ASRock Z87 Fatal1ty Killer motherboard review

We review, test and benchmark the ASRock Z87 Fatal1ty Killer series motherboard. From A to Z. Multiple multi-GPU configurations are possible up-to 3-way, you'll get many  USB 3.0 ports and of cours......W ...

Synology 2 Bay RS214 RackStation NAS -- Reviewed

... ed panel containing two USB 2.0 ports and on the far right is an illuminated power button, mute (pin) button and five status/operating LEDs. The left hand side of the unit has four large rectangular ven ...

Sony SmartWatch 2: Smart Enough?

... een: return, home and menu . It would feel more natural when the back key is situated on the right. Completing the walk around we notice that on the left a tiny flap protects the microUSB charge port  ...

HP Chromebook 14 with Haswell hands-on (video)

... 4.Other features include a HDMI port, 16GB of storage, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports, an HD webcam, an SD card slot and a battery that promises up to 9.5 hours of continuous use. If you decide to buy one,  ...

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