QNAP TVS-672N 5Gbe i3 NAS – Best 6-Bay NAS of 2019? https://nascompares.com/2019/10/23/qnap-tvs-672n-5gbe-nas-review/
When we first mentioned that QNAP was releasing the QNAP TVS-672N NAS drive, I have to say that I was quite happy to hear about it. Less about the fact it was going to feature 5Gbe, but more because the remarkably popular TVS-x72XT series was going to arrive in a version that did not include Thunderbolt3 or 10GBe. Despite these two forms of NAS connectivity being heavily supported by QNAP NAS, there were ALOT of users who wanted a NAS like these, but planned on focusing on the INTERNAL capabilities and could not budget/justify the TVS-672XT. So, now, with the release of the TVS-672N, we have the means to access the 8th Gen Intel CPU, NVMe SSD Bays, DDRR Memory, HDMI 2.0a and more, and at a much more attractive price point to many users.
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However, the other reason we were so interested was that the TVS-672N was the latest NAS Drive to benefit from QNAP’s current moves into 5Gbe Network connectivity. This connection, that is physically compatible with existing 1Gbe and 10Gbe copper networks, arrives as an affordable middle point for users to gradually scale up their external network speeds, along with the compatibility of QNAP’s new USB3-to-5Gbe adapter for Mac, means that it is considerably easier to make the jump to 5Gbe on all your network devices, than it is for 10Gbe. So, the question is – is the QNAP TVS-672N a NAS that answers to growing demand, or is it too experimental for some and still not budgetable? Let’s take a look
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