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Terra Master Unveils the Cost-effective F2-210 2-bay NAS


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TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products, including network attached storage and direct attached storage, is thrilled to share with everyone its undisputed budget offering for the NAS market. The TerraMaster F2-210 is built with quality in mind but offers a comprehensive feature set for the unbeatable price of $149.99. The TerraMaster F2-210 is perfect for new NAS users or SOHO usage that need a centralized storage solution but don't want to break the bank. With the F2-210, experience a full NAS experience at less cost so you can focus on what you need to do. The TerraMaster F2-210 has an MSRP of $149.99

TerraMaster builds the F2-210 around the ARM v8 quad-core processor. This CPU is used by many competing product but only TerraMaster is offering it at this price range. With speeds up to 1.40 GHz, users can enjoy performance of up to 114 MB/s for both read and write, perfect for file sharing amongst multiple devices or backing up your important data and memories. Use the TerraMaster as a media entertainment server for your 4K video files and enjoy real-time transcoding so you can enjoy your files with any devices. The F2-210 will handle most functions with no problem and easily repay itself in a year with savings in multi-device cloud backup account or live-streaming service accounts.

Free Updates for Life with TOS: Now in Version 4.1
Never worry about getting left behind. TerraMaster will update offer software updates to your products at no extra charge. This keeps your TerraMaster NAS updated with the latest security fixes as well as feature updates so you get more over time and you don't have to pay a single cent for the update. The latest version of TerraMaster's NAS OS, TOS is now at version 4.1 and with you can back up your data, manage your file server, and optimize your sharing services in an intuitive, simple, and user-friendly way. The operating system includes a complex of application software, with rich application content, potent multimedia services, and numerous ways to back up your data.

Do more with the Free Smart Mobile App
With the TNAS mobile app, quickly access your TNAS device and its multimedia data without restrictions, all simply through your iOS or Android system. TNAS.Online also makes it easier to setup your network settings to make your NAS highly available for users, even via the internet. The service provides a free-of-charge way via URL to securely content from your TerraMaster NAS and make it available in your own personal cloud.

Users are welcome to purchase F2-210 from TerraMaster official website here.

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The logo looking suspiciously like CoolerMaster.
It was pointed out in a previous news post that it's a subsidiary to CM.


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Seems like a great setup, but only supports up to a gig of ram, wish it could be upgraded to at least 4 or 8 then this thing may be a great buy.


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Seems like a great setup, but only supports up to a gig of ram, wish it could be upgraded to at least 4 or 8 then this thing may be a great buy.
Thats what the upgraded models are for.
F2-220 has 2Gb of ram and a faster CPU for an addition $50
F2-420 Has 4Gb of ram and an even faster CPU for an additional $150

It also seems memory can be expanded with an up to 8Gb module at least on the 220 and 420

210 does not have expandable memory
220 has 2Gb on board with an expansion port for an additional 2Gb max (4Gb total)
420 has 4Gb on board with an expansion port for an additional 4Gb max (8Gb total)
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I have had their D2-310 DAS running raid 1 for around 2 years. Rock solid. This was when they were under the Noontec company with the product being called terramaster. I see maybe coolermaster owned now?

A blurb from an old review:
"In the "About Us" section of TerraMaster's site, we are told that the company belongs to Noontec. The latter is a brand belonging to an Australian company, EncomTech, an import and wholesale company specializing in computer storage, multimedia, enclosures, and mobile telephone accessories. EncomTech only deals with resellers, and it created Noontec to distribute its products nationally. A quick look at Noontec's site shows that it mostly deals with headphones, so we have NAS servers on one side and headphones on the other, which is admittedly an unusual combination. "