Terra Master has announced the launch of an affordable NAS network storage system in the form of the Terra Master F2-210 priced at $150. The new NAS storage is equipped with an ARM V8 64-bit quad-core processor, offering users a frequency of up to 1.4 GHz, and a read speed reaching 114 MB/s when set to RAID 0 using Western Digital 4TB Red drives. The affordable NAS storage system can be used for a variety of different uses including file storage, data backup, cloud synchronisation, remote access, 4K HD video transcoding, and more.
“The TerraMaster F2-210 is built with quality in mind but offers a comprehensive feature set for the unbeatable price of $149.99. The TerraMaster F2-210 is perfect for new NAS users or SOHO usage that need a centralized storage solution but don’t want to break the bank. With the F2-210, experience a full NAS experience at less cost so you can focus on what you need to do. “
– Free Updates for Life with TOS: Now in Version 4.1 Never worry about getting left behind. TerraMaster will update offer software updates to your products at no extra charge. This keeps your TerraMaster NAS updated with the latest security fixes as well as feature updates so you get more over time and you don’t have to pay a single cent for the update. The latest version of TerraMaster’s NAS OS, TOS is now at version 4.1 and with 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.
– Free 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.