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NAS News

QNAP logoUpdated - QNAP has announced two NASes based on an ARM Cortex-A15 Dual-core processor.

The TS-231+ and TS-431+ run on a hardware platform built on a 1.4 GHz ARM Cortex-A15 dual-core CPU backed by 1 GB of DDR3 RAM and 512 MB of flash. Both models have hot-swappable bays accepting 2.5" and 3.5" drives, dual aggregatable Gigabit Ethernet ports and three USB 3.0 ports.

Unlike other recent QNAP NASes, these have no HDMI ports.

QNAP TS-431+

QNAP TS-431+

QNAP specs performance at 200MB/s without volume encryption and "over 150 MB/s with AES-256 bit Full NAS Volume Encryption".

The new NASes support most features in QNAP's QTS NAS OS including the new Notes Station 2.0, DLNA, AirPlay & Chromecast support and feature expansion via QNAP's QTS App Center. It's not clear whether QvPC virtual Windows PC is supported due to the missing HDMI port.

The TS-231+ and TS-431+ are set to ship starting in February at MSRPs of $289 and $409, respectively.

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