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    Qnap TBS-453A NASbook

    A four-bay portable NAS with M.2 storage and a built-in network switch.
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    Re: Qnap TBS-453A NASbook

    Nice idea and small size but m2 is still too expensive

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    Re: Qnap TBS-453A NASbook

    Interesting product but I think it's far too expensive considering the limitations. Even with the lack of 10GbE, I would have liked to see three or four gigabit Ethernet controllers supporting link aggregation, rather than a gigabit switch hanging off a second Ethernet port.

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    Re: Qnap TBS-453A NASbook

    Quote Originally Posted by DDY View Post
    Even with the lack of 10GbE, I would have liked to see three or four gigabit Ethernet controllers supporting link aggregation
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    Re: Qnap TBS-453A NASbook

    Be interesting to see how it performs as a server, with a copy of Windows Server 2012 R2 installed perhaps. That sort of capability does make it more interesting.

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    Re: Qnap TBS-453A NASbook

    O lol this is nonsens for this price we can buy HPE HP ProLiant Gen8+HGST IDK Deskstar NAS Hard Drive 4TB+Kingston 60GB V300 SSD with delivery £360 and 20 for same good bottle and this server or NAS will be extremealy upgradeable with good speed
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