BIG NAS power in a compact case with the QNAP TS-453Bmini NAS for 2017
The guys at QNAP NAS have certainly know how to appease the NAS community. Over the last few years they have been the first to release some quite remarkable NAS server improvements and yet they still have the odd trick up their sleeve. The QNAP ‘mini’ series is not exactly new. First released in the earlier TS-453 Pro SS model, the ability to use standard 3.5″ HDD and 2.5″ SSD and HDD but still kept within a remarkably compact chassis was highly sought after and with noise levels lower and the more petite unit being far easy to place in an office or home environment, it was only natural that in the 2016/2017 range of QNAP NAS, a newer and more powerful mini NAS has been released. Say hello to the QNAP TS-453Bmini NAS.
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