|Item Model Number||TS-451+-8G-44R-US|
|Product Dimensions||23.5 x 18.01 x 17.7 cm; 4.3 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||23.5 x 18 x 17.7 centimetres|
|Item Weight||4.3 kg|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||21 January 2016|
QNAP 4 Bay NAS with 12TB Storage Capacity, Preconfigured RAID 5 Seagate IronWolf Drives Bundle (TS-451+-8G-44R-US)
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- Intel Celeron Quad-Core 2. 0GHz, 8GB DDR3L RAM (max 8GB), SATA 6Gb/s, 2 Giga LAN, hardware transcoding, HDMI out with Kodi, Virtualization Station, Surveillance Station. QNAP remote included
- Centralize your file storage, sharing and backup with Excellent performance
- Run multiple windows/Linux/UNIX/Android based virtual machines with the virtualization Station
- Operate multiple isolated Linux systems as well as download containerized apps with Container Station
- Play 1080P videos with the bundled remote control and 7. 1 Channel Audio pass-through via HDMI
- Transcode full HD videos on-the-fly or offline
- Stream multimedia files via DLNA, Airplay, Chrome cast and Bluetooth With Multi-Zone multimedia control
- Quickly find specific files by real-time, natural search with Qsirch; scale up to 12 drives with QNAP UX-800P expansion enclosures
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Facing the increasing demand for data storage, sharing and multimedia processing, more and more Users are looking for a NAS system with good performance and an affordable price tag. The Intel Quad-Core ts-451+ provides an uncompromising high-performance scalable storage solution for professional and home users. Powered by the intelligent QTS 4. 2 operating system, The ts-451+ performs as an easy-to-use yet powerful NAS for data backup, file synchronization and sharing, remote access and multimedia applications, and is ideal for users to create a secure private cloud to access their data easily.
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I am completely mobile. By choice, my wife and I are Full-Time RV'ers. I work in a very technical field. Both of us have "remote office" jobs, and mine frequently requires travel.
A NAS is the ultimate answer to many issues.
*Mobile access to documents, movies, pictures, files? Check...I have it set up for a VPN (included)
*A complete Media Storage and Streaming center? Check! It's got Plex, I have used Plex forever. My many Roku's and Chromecasts have Plex. Voila! There are also a plethora of other options (included).
*"Sandbox"? Oh yeah! The QNAP "Container Station" allows me grab containers, run, create, archive, etc. The "Virtualization Station" allows me to easily run almost any VM I'd ever need! And there are other options. All included!
*Networking? Ye gods yes! Needless to say we've got a pretty complex little network in our Global Oppression Palace and the NAS can handle all of it (INCLUDED!)
*Plug-n-Play? I can plug almost anything into this beast and Ta-Da! Faster than an idiot can post something on Facebook, the NAS has it up and running, no hassle (included).
*Easy to operate? (insert quip here) - Yes. Remote access, network access, Check! I've got it hooked to one of our TVs via HDMI and control it with a wireless keyboard (with touchpad). This has a beautiful, well-designed interface. All of the software and packages are routinely updated and maintained (some of the other reviews must be old, or the reviewers simply did not RTFM). Included!
*Power conscious? Yes! We run on solar a lot and this thing sucks in almost no juice!
*Powerful? Well, it's not meant to be a big-ass workstation. But it does have enough power to do what I want and do what I need (Transcoding included).
Other things? Quite a bit, but you get the hint. If a NAS is daunting to you? QNAP has made it easy. This is a quality piece of hardware with very good software and a very well designed system. I honestly have no real complaints!