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TerraMaster Announces the F2-210 2-Bay NAS Priced Under $150

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TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products, including network attached storage and direct attached storage, recently released an affordable storage solution for home and SOHO users that offers great value and performance especially for those looking at a sub-$200 product.

If you're a first-time NAS user or a power user looking for an affordable solution for file-sharing for the home, the TerraMaster F2-210 offers everything you expect from a entry-level NAS for less whether it's for simple file storage to cloud sharing to media and entertainment. TerraMaster has you covered. The F2-210 2-bay NAS storage is optimized for affordable yet optimal use for file sharing and multimedia and entertainment use. Its price position makes it one of the most powerful 2-bay NAS solution at its price bracket. The TerraMaster F2-210 has an MSRP of $149.99.



Great Performance, Affordable Price
The TerraMaster F2-210 features an ARM V8 64-bit quad-core processor with operating frequencies of up to 1.4Ghz. The F2-210 is rated for maximum read/write performance of 114MBs*. Functions include file storage, data backup, cloud synchronization and remote access as well as 4K HD video transcoding and many more. The F2-210 from TerraMaster is perfect for home use especially for multimedia entertainment as well as small office and home office (SOHO) usage. The TerraMaster F2-210 is easily half the price of competing Intel-powered devices yet pack features of its competitors. You can take your savings and invest on larger drives allowing you to host much more in your TerraMaster F2-210.

State-of-the-Art TOS 4.1 Operating System
With the most recent version of the TOS operating system, TOS 4.1, 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. TerraMaster TOS is constantly updated to constantly improve your NAS with more than 10+ updates to the system since the new version release.

Enhance the Safety of your Data with a Next-Generation File System
Superior storage technology and optimized snapshot technology are the cornerstones of the Btrfs file system, which is what TerraMaster's F2-210 2-bay NAS unit relies on for advanced data protection, prevention of data corruption, and minimal maintenance expenses. Use of this file system promotes high data integrity, all the while promoting flexibility and efficiency in the areas of data protection and data recovery.

4K Ultra HD Video Transcoding
Enjoy 4K videos with any devices with the F2-210's built-in 4K Ultra HD transcoding support. Share media via DLNA and stream your home movies or other multimedia files on your media devices either from your phone all the way to PC or TV. The TerraMaster F2-210 supports streaming H.264/H265 (up to 30FPS) live transcoding and conversion/playback of 4K video on your devices that don't support native HD files.

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.

For more information, visit the product page.

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1GB of RAM is just not enough for a decent NAS these days though.
 

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1GB of RAM is just not enough for a decent NAS these days though.
I was about to say the same myself... I was trying to find comparisons between my J1900 in my NAS compared to this one....

If my experience of Marvell arm based controllers is anything to go buy. This will get tbagged into the dirt
 
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No option for upgrading memory (nothing referenced on the product page either). Does not appear you can use SSDs.


Basically the cheapest of the cheap parts to make it sub $200.
 
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I was about to say the same myself... I was trying to find comparisons between my J1900 in my NAS compared to this one....

If my experience of Marvell arm based controllers is anything to go buy. This will get tbagged into the dirt
The Realtek chip is better, but still not amazing.
 
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