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QNAP TS-x70 Pro Series Turbo NAS Announced Discussion

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QNAP Systems has announced the release of the TS-x70 Pro series Turbo NAS, available in 4, 6, and 8-bay tower models for home and small/home office use. The TS-x70 Pro series is powered by a Dual-Core Intel Core i3 3.3 GHz Processor and 2GB DDR3 RAM, which delivers smooth real-time multimedia transcoding capabilities and up to 447MB read and 446MB write speeds with optional 4 Gigabit LAN port configuration.

QNAP TS-x70 Pro Series Turbo NAS Announced

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QNAP Systems has announced the release of the TS-x70 Pro series Turbo NAS, available in 4, 6, and 8-bay tower models for home and small/home office use.

Hi Brian,

Any plans to review something from the new TS-x70 Pro series* soon?

*that includes some rackmount units, many folks don't realise that

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We have a 470 that's almost done, waiting on final results with SSD and 10GbE card. We haven't done as much with QNAP as others mostly because the uptake here is so much lower. We'll see how it goes though with a few reviews and decide where to go from there.

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Awesome!!! The "Pro" version? (i.e. not Celeron etc)

Rackmount or tower?

Come to think of it I don't think there's a rackmount that starts with "4" (i.e. takes only 4 drives), so you must've done tower.

Sadly the few sites that have done reviews of the new series, have only done the non-Pro version, & only the 4-disk tower.

You're in the US, right?

I believe uptake's much higher in other parts of the world.

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Not the pro sadly, just the regular desktop form factor 4-bay guy. Yes, we're based in the US but our readership is global.

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Bummer :( Oh well, should still be a somewhat interesting read, thanks!

If you happen to remember, I don't suppose you could post the link here once the article's ready?

No "biggy" either way....

All the best.

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