NAS Chart improvements

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Tim Higgins

If you haven’t visited the NAS Charts lately, you might want to drop by and check out the new features:

  • A “New” flag has been added to make it easier to find products added in the last 30 days
  • We’ve started to add Power consumption data
  • Added a small filesize mode for those who have been asking for performance data using smaller file sizes. The new mode shows data for 64KB through 16MB file sizes. The original mode showing 32MB though 1GB file size data is now referred to as the large filesize mode

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