QNAP Reveal the Oddly Familiar TS-212P3 2-Bay NAS

QNAP Uncover the TS-212P3 2-Bay NAS for 2018 – Same Old? Earlier today QNAP revealed a supposedly new NAS that was the return of a familiar chassis and also remarkably familiar internal hardware. This could easily be a regional release of the TS-228A by another name or maybe something more, but we thought it was worth […]

Unboxing the Powerful TVS-473e Featured QNAP NAS for 2018

Should you buy the QNAP TVS-473e NAS this 2018 for the Home or Business? Choosing the right network attached storage (NAS) device that can do everything that you want can be tricky. FInding a powerful NAS is relatively easy and if you have the money, you can spend thousands of pounds quite easily and get a […]

Unboxing the new QNAP TS-228A Cost Effective NAS for 2018

Is the New Cost-Effective QNAP TS-228A worth your time? When it comes to buying your first NAS server ,most of the time what you want is the best value for money. If you have never owned a NAS before, it is understandable that you are reluctant to invest hundreds of pounds in a device that […]

QNAP at CES 2018 Preview – TS-328, TS-x53Be, TVS-x73e and more

QNAP is going to show what they have in store at CES 2018 tomorrow – But here is a sneaky preview The QNAP TS-328 3-Bay NAS QNAP’s first 3-bay NAS, TS-328 NAS, that allows for building a RAID 5 array with the fewest disks. It is powered by a Realtek RTD1296 quad-core 1.4 GHz processor […]

Brand New QNAP TS-128A and TS-228A Announced

The New QNAP TS-128A and TS-228A NAS for 2018 A new and exciting NAS has been announced from the guys at QNAP. The new 1 bay and 2 Bay NAS servers announced on their recent Livestream, the QNAP TS-128A and TS-228A are an update to their cost-effective range of devices. Featuring a brand new CPU […]

The QNAP TS-253B, TS-453B and TS-653B NAS for Plex, DLNA, VM, Home and Business

Finally this exciting 2-Bay, 4-Bay and 6-Bay is revealed from QNAP Unless you have only just stumbled across this blog (thank you google) then you will have heard me mention the ellusive and exciting NAS from QNAP in the works, the QNAP TS-x53B series. This new range from QNAP (that details were surprising few and […]

The NEW QNAP TS-253B 2-Bay NAS for 2017 – More information

More information on the QNAP TS-253B 2-Bay Fully Featured NAS More images have emerged of the elusive QNAP TS-253B NAS from the guys at QNAPClub in Germany (full credit goes to Christian @ forum.qnapclub.de for these images below). And with it more information about the hardware. Already we can see several new details and confirmation of things […]

The QNAP TS-253B and TS-453B NAS- Exclusive NAS Release for 2017

Something new and exciting is coming from QNAP NAS later in 2017 with the TS-253B and TS-453B Just when I thought the snow storm that was CES2017 had blown over for me and I was getting ready for CeBit 2017… the TS-x53B series chucks up on my desk. Very little is know at this stage […]

The QNAP T531X 5-Bay SFP+ 10GBe NAS, Walkthrough and Talkthrough

Has QNAP finally cracked the 10GBe SFP+ NAS Market with the TS-531X NAS?  QNAP NAS has always been seen as the innovator of Network Attached Storage. Remaining in joint first place with Synology NAS for the market leaders of the field, they have often been the ground breakers when the boundaries of NAS are pushed. In […]

New NAS – The QNAP TS-1635 16 Bay Cost-effective 10GbE SFP+ NAS

QNAP announce their new 16-Bay NAS TS-1635-4G and TS-1635-8G Good news for QNAP NAS and and especially those looking for for a truly 10GBe over SFP+ Network Attached Solution. The TS-1635 is a stonking 16-BAY desktop NAS. More precisely it is 12 standard 3.5″ HDD/SSD bays and a further 4 2.5″ form factor SSD bays for increased […]

Unboxing the QNAP TS-1635 16 Bay Cost-effective 10GbE SFP+ NAS Unboxing and Overview

QNAP release their new 16-Bay NAS TS-1635-4G and TS-1635-8G – Time for an Unboxing Video Good news for QNAP NAS and and especially those looking for for a truly 10GBe over SFP+ Network Attached Solution. The TS-1635 is a stonking 16-BAY desktop NAS. More precisely it is 12 standard 3.5″ HDD/SSD bays and a further 4 2.5″ form […]