TerraMaster F5-221 5-Bay NAS Cloud Storage Plex Media Server

The TerraMaster catalog has expanded its F5-221 NAS storage device for small businesses and home users. The NAS Cloud Storage is built on a dual-core Intel Celeron J3355 processor, clocked at 2.0-2.5 GHz, which has 2GB of RAM. The memory can be expanded up to 6GB.

TerraMaster F5-221 NAS Cloud Storage Plex Media Server

The TerraMaster F5-221 TNAS has 5-bay that can accommodate 2.5″ or 3.5″ SATA drives up to 80 TB in total. Hot-swappable and single, JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID5, RAID 6, RAID 10 configurations are supported. The home NAS includes two 1GbE ports and two USB 3.0 ports. According to the manufacturer, the write speed reaches 118 MB/s, the read speed is 119 MB/s. The external storage devices support hardware data encryption and 4K video transcoding.

With TerraMaster F5-221 NAS Cloud Storage, you can easily create your personal cloud storage by organizing backup and archiving remote access, and data sharing. It is also compatible with the DLNA protocol, third-party’s multimedia servers enable users to stream 4K media content from TNAS to multimedia playback devices. The device offers 4K H.264 live transcoding, along with the opportunity to convert and playback 4K video on computers, smartphones, and media players that lack native support for HD formats.

The F5-221 relies on five data security layers such as Automatic scheduled backup, Btrfs file system, and snapshot, RAID 1,5,6 array security, AES hardware folder encryption, and network transport encryption, and Cloud drive data backup. The dimensions of the device are 227 x 225 x 136 mm, and it weighs 2.33kg.

TerraMaster F5-221 price and availability

Terra Master F5-221 5-bay NAS Cloud Storage has been priced at $359.99 and it can be purchased through the Amazon and Newegg online stores.

The TerraMaster has recently expanded its F4-210 Network Storage with four 2.5″ or 3.5″ SATA bays. The F4-210 home NAS system is based on a combination of a quad-core Realtek RTD1296 (ARM V8) processor, clocked at 1.4 GHz, and priced at $259.99.

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