TerraMaster F4-421 4-bay NAS built on Intel Celeron J3455 Processor

TerraMaster has expanded its Network Attached Storage solutions catalog with the F4-421 NAS system for four 3.5″ or 2.5″ SATA drives. New TNAS is built on a quad-core Intel Celeron J3455 processor, clocked at 1.5-2.3 GHz, which has 4 GB of RAM at its disposal. The amount of RAM can be increased up to 8 GB.

TerraMaster F4-421 home nas network attached storage solutions

Network connectivity is provided by two 1GbE ports. In addition, the external storage devices are equipped with two USB 3.0 ports and an HDMI output. There are two 80mm fans for cooling the drives. They can be turned on at one of three fixed speeds or in automatic speed change mode. The specifications indicate a noise level of 19.8 dBA.

This new simple storage network product is a perfect home NAS, for businesses and enterprises, it supports network aggregation and failover with its dual LAN ports, automatically switching to the second networking port in cases of downtime.

The F4-421 Network Attached Storage solutions support live hardware transcoding of up to two concurrent 4K videos. It also provides a high-quality video playback to a wide variety of supported devices including Plex Media, smart TVs, digital media players, phones, and computers. It is F4-421 is ideal multimedia storage for entertainment and a reliable personal cloud storage security for small office and home office applications.

TerraMaster F4-421 home nas network attached storage solutions

The F4-421 features superior storage technology and optimized snapshot technology of the Btrfs file system. This provides advanced data protection, prevention of data corruption, and minimal maintenance cost. With dimensions of 227 x 225 x 136 mm, the network storage weighs 2.35 kg without drives.

TerraMaster F4-421 price and availability

The TerraMaster F4-421 is priced at $399.99 and it can be purchased through the Bhphotovideo.com and Amazon.com stores.

Recently, QNAP has announced a new hybrid device QMiroPlus-201W, combining the functions of a WAN router, Wi-Fi hotspots with a wireless mesh network, and network-attached storage (NAS), and is priced at $499.

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