QNAP unleashes the TVS-x72XT NAS, 8th gen Intel Core processors and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity in tow

QNAP TVS-x72XT NAS with Thunderbolt 3 and 8th generation Intel processors (Source: QNAP Systems)
QNAP TVS-x72XT NAS (Source: QNAP Systems)
In addition to the 8th generation Intel Core processor options and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, the new TVS-x72XT NAS by QNAP also features HDMI 2.0, M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD slots, and 10 GbE connectivity. The lineup includes models with 4, 6, and 8 drive bays, all of them already available for purchase worldwide.

The latest NAS family by QNAP Systems is the TVS-x72XT and consists of three models, all powered by Intel processors and featuring 4, 6, or 8 bays, as well as support for M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs and graphics cards.

According to David Tsao, Product Manager of QNAP, the new TVS-x72XT lineup comes with "quality hardware and excellent performance with multiple 10GBASE-T and Thunderbolt 3 ports to provide workstations with high-capacity and high-throughput storage" and is an excellent choice for iMac Pro users who can choose between these two fast connectivity options.

Without further ado, these are the key specs of the three TVS-x72XT models:

The memory of all three models above can be upgraded to 32 GB. Their list of specs also includes HDMI 2.0 [email protected] Hz output, one built-in speaker, two 3.5 mm line-out/dynamic microphone jacks, as well as multiple USB and LAN ports. 

As usual, the prices depend on market and retailer. More details can be found on these official product pages: TVS-472XT-PT-4GTVS-672XT-i3-8G, and TVS-872XT-i5-16G.

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Codrut Nistor, 2018-12- 6 (Update: 2018-12- 6)
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