QNAP TS-431P2 review: Extensive NAS that does not break the bank

Quad-core ARM NAS with four bays and double gigabit

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On the previous page we already mentioned that the design of the QNAP control environment has a business look. It is of course personal whether you like this or not. A nas is a device - which you set up like a router - often once and then let it do its job calmly. It's not like Windows or your mobile phone, where you almost continuously have to use the interface.

One of the handy extras is Qsirch, which allows you to quickly search files. Especially if you've got a lot of files on your nas, that's very handy. A disadvantage of Qsirch is that you need at least 2 GB of memory, so it doesn't work on the attractively priced 1 GB version. 

 


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QNAP TS-431P2-1G

4 bay(s), 0 GB, 2.5 and/or 3.5 inch, Annapurna Labs Alpine AL314, 1000 Mbit/s

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QNAP TS-431P2-4G

4 bay(s), 0 GB, 2.5 and/or 3.5 inch, Annapurna Labs Alpine AL314, 1000 Mbit/s

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