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Computex 2016 | QNAP NAS TS-453A wins Best Choice Award

QNAP NAS TS-453A Best Choice Award at Computex 2016
QNAP NAS TS-453A
This award for excellence was obtained in the Computers & Systems category and shows that hardware applications for IoT are slowly gaining the recognition they deserve.

Earlier today, QNAP Systems revealed that the QTS-Linux Combo NAS TS-453A managed to grab an award at Computex, namely "the highly-regarded COMPUTEX Best Choice Award 2016 for excellence in the Computers & Systems category."

The TS-453A uses a quad-core Intel Celeron N3150 processor, offering a private cloud solution "that centralizes storage and Internet of Things (IoT) applications for the coming IoT era." Its list of specs and features also includes dual HDMI output and 4K (H.264) video playback, Volume/LUN Snapshots, Container Station, VPN Server/Client, Proxy Server, Qsync for cross-device file synchronization, and much more. 

According to QNAP's general manager Meiji Chang, "the TS-453A represents QNAP’s innovation and proactive thinking to fulfill industry trends and user needs" and "It is a great honor for our TS-453A to be recognized by COMPUTEX TAIPEI with the Best Choice Award." 

The QNAP TS-453A NAS and the other award-winning entries of the Best Choice Award 2016 can be found at the Best Choice Award Pavilion during Computex.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-06- 1 (Update: 2016-06- 2)
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