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QNAP launches QTS-Android combo NAS TAS-168/268

QNAP TAS-168 and TAS-268 multimedia NAS with QTS/Android dual system support
QNAP TAS-168 and TAS-268
This new multimedia NAS is the world's only one to support both QTS and Android, providing a flexible and enjoyable personal cloud experience.

QNAP Systems introduced earlier today "the world's first and only QTS-Android Combo NAS – TAS-168 and TAS-268, which support QTS & Android™ dual systems." According to the official press release, the two operating systems share the same storage database, so users of both QTS and Android can simultaneously access their files as needed.

This new network storage center is powered by a dual-core ARM v7 processor and features 2 GB of memory. Connectivity features include HDMI out, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, as well as Gigabit LAN. Being targeted at home users on a budget, the TAS-168 can accommodate only one drive while the TAS-268 has two drive bays. Obviously, the other specs and features are identical.

The QNAP TAS-168 and TAS-268 are available via the company's authorized resellers all over the world, as usual. Pricing and availability may depend on location, but customers in the United States should be able to order them already. For more details, please check the press release below.

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Codrut Nistor, 2015-12- 1 (Update: 2015-12- 1)
Codrut Nistor
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