QNAP launches TVS-1282T3 Thunderbolt 3 NAS

QNAP TVS-1282T3 Thunderbolt 3 NAS now available with 7th gen Intel Core processors
QNAP TVS-1282T3 Thunderbolt 3 NAS
This new NAS comes with 7th generation Intel Core processors, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, three HDMI outputs, six LAN ports, also supporting up to 64 GB RAM and 12 storage drives.

QNAP Systems has just introduced a new Thunderbolt 3 NAS. Dubbed TVS-1282T3, this new storage peripheral "is a perfect match for the Thunderbolt 3 MacBook Pro®, and is backward-compatible with Thunderbolt 2-enabled devices by using a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) to Thunderbolt 2 converter."

There are three TVS-1282T3 models currently available:

  • TVS-1282T3-i5-16G - Intel Core i5-7500 and 16 GB DDR4 RAM
  • TVS-1282T3-i7-32G - Intel Core i7-7700 and 32 GB DDR4 RAM
  • TVS-1282T3-i7-64G - Intel Core i7-7700 and 64 GB DDR4 RAM

The first two hardware setups mentioned above can be upgraded to 64 GB DDR4 RAM as well. The list of common features includes 12 bays for up to eight drives (supporting 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drives) and four 2.5-inch SSD slots, 4XThunderbolt 3, 2XSATA M.2, 2X10GBase-T LAN, 4XGigabit LAN, 3XHDMI out, 5XUSB 3.0, as well as one audio jack and two built-in speakers.

The TVS-1282T3 is the right tool for Thunderbolt 3-enabled Mac and Windows users who use 4K media workflows, needing high-speed sharing and vast amounts of storage space.

As usual, this new QNAP product can be acquired from the company's partners all over the world.

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Codrut Nistor, 2017-04- 7 (Update: 2018-06-28)
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