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QNAP TS-451+-2G-US 4-Bay Next Gen Personal Cloud NAS, Intel 2.0GHz Quad-Core CPU with Media Transcoding

4.2
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  • Intel Celeron Quad-Core 2. 0GHz, 2GB DDR3L RAM (max 8GB), SATA 6Gb/s, 2 Giga LAN, hardware transcoding, HDMI out with Kodi, Virtualization Station, Surveillance Station. QNAP remote included
  • Centralize your file storage, sharing and backup with Excellent performance
  • Run multiple windows/Linux/UNIX/Android based virtual machines with the virtualization Station
  • Operate multiple isolated Linux systems as well as download containerized apps with Container Station
  • Play 1080P videos with the bundled remote control and 7. 1 Channel Audio pass-through via HDMI
  • Transcode full HD videos on-the-fly or offline
  • Stream multimedia files via DLNA, Airplay, Chromecast and Bluetooth With Multi-Zone multimedia control
  • Quickly find specific files by real-time, natural search with Qsirch; scale up to 12 drives with QNAP UX-800P expansion enclosures

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Customer Reviews

Best tech purchase I have made in a very long time I am using this as a home plex server. It does a much more reliable job at this than my old mac mini with external drive. It has streamed everything perfectly. I also have this setup to backup the mac with time machine. The setup was very easy. Management is easy too, especially with the the Qmanager app.It had trouble transcoding a 1080p h265 avi file, so I just ran it through handbrake to make it stream.If you have lots of 1080 files and multiple streams, you might want to spend a bit more and get one of the i5 or i7 chips inside 5Extremely slow, despite all the hype The processor can BARELY function when under minimal work load. It is basically non-functional under heavy load, during which times you can give a command through the remote, and maybe 3-5 minutes later the unit responds. During file transfers alone, you get a constant warning of extremely high memory usage.QNAP pumps up the hype in ways such as a header at the top of its OS pages, calling itself QNAP Turbo NAS . A more accurate title would be QNAP Slow-Mo NAS .Its ONLY redeeming quality so far is a reasonably high transfer rate. I m getting around 90-100 MBS on file types such as music and movies. That s the best thing I can say about it.Really sad, as I had high hopes for this NAS. My old WD EX4 was an absolute piece of garbage, literally, as it self-destructed and turned into landfill waste in less than four years. But so far this QNAP TS-451+ isn't much of an improvement. I guess I'll be stuck forking over more cash to upgrade the RAM from 2gb to 8gb to see if that helps. Too bad QNAP didn't make a fully functioning unit out of the box. Shameful. 1Awesome value for money, be cautious about cooling. Summary: A really good NAS, with a couple of cautions, and one big "be careful".The Good: The QNAP TS-451+ is an excellent value-for-money 4-bay NAS with nearly every conceivable NAS and media feature one could want. The GUI management makes everything easy, and has features I wasn't expecting, like container (Docker and LXC) support. It has a relatively fast CPU for this class of system, so response was snappy.The Not-So-Good: If you want to use some of the more advanced features like volume snapshots the NAS needs 4GB or more RAM. The base model only has 2GB RAM so these features are disabled. The optional pre-installed 8GB upgrade is quite expensive, so another alternative might be a do-it-youself RAM upgrade. There are YouTube videos on how to do this.The Bad: This NAS has an all-plastic exterior and disk trays, which act as insulators. Although there is a good-size fan on the back the air intake holes on the bottom of the disk area are quite small. If you have cool-running hard drives this is unlikely to be an issue (my previous NAS had a similar design and ran fine with 4TB drives). If you have some of the newer generation drives they can get warm without good ventilation, and potentially in the zone where there are concerns about long-term longevity of the drives. As an example I installed 4x 8TB WD RED drives. At *idle* the system showed the drives between 45-49C. There doesn't seem to be any warning of this, so check to ensure no issues in your application. If this is a concern QNAP make a range of metal-bodied NAS with metal disk trays at a slightly higher price point. I purchased a TS-453A and the same drives are now 5-10C cooler, although the CPU is slightly slower. 4Very easy to use home NAS! It's not often in tech that a promise like "It Just Works" really holds up. Every device has its quirks and problems. But in this case, it's the highest praise I can say - it just worked. Installation of hard drives takes a few minutes, but is only a few screws and isn't particularly difficult. After plugged it in and began initial setup according to the directions, everything got set up more or less automatically - if you can buy a new desktop PC and complete the setup there, you can set up this NAS as well for basic home server tasks. Within an hour I had set up a Plex media server, a simple website, and file sharing for friends. It also very nicely integrated the CyberPower UPS I plugged into with it, which I highly recommend for anyone buying this or any other NAS - an NAS is, after all, a computer, and power loss risks data loss or other damage.This device will serve as a Plex server, which was my primary concern for it, just fine. However, it can struggle to transcode 1080p files encoded in x265. It has a hardware transcoder (a GPU, essentially) for this task, but Plex doesn't utilize it, only its own software does - an annoyance, but not really a big deal. If your media is in x264 or is in a smaller size like 720p, you'll be fine.It has tons of convenient features. I set mine up with an email address, from which it can email me with any warnings or errors or alerts - such as power loss, virus detection, firmware updates, and the like. It's easy to set up user accounts and even give them storage quotas, meaning you can lend the space to guests or housemates without worrying about them taking up the whole drive. QNAP's software lets you use it as a Dropbox alternative, an unexpectedly nice feature.All in all, I'm very happy with it and after a couple months of usage, I have no complaints. I spent about a thousand dollars on it and four 4TB WD Reds, and if I could go back, I'd absolutely spend it again. 5BADLY Written Software There's no excuse for a device like this to require hours to get setup. When the basic setup is done, every attempt to install the apps that are required to make it actually functional fail on install. You essentially are buying a box with zero functionality pre-installed. You'll have to spend an hour or more downloading the firmware to make it actually work.When it reboots, you watch the minutes go by because booting takes at least 5 minutes. Because that hour+ didn't install any apps, you then start the process of trying to install those. The first app install froze the machine and required a reboot (5+ minutes). Not a single app would install after that. You may spend 10 minutes watching the downloading screen only to see the screen flash and get a brief "installation failed" message. No explanation for why the install failed or what to do. Rebooting does nothing, trying to install other apps does nothing... This thing cost as much as a mid-priced desktop PC - the basics should function out of the box even if they require updates. 1Great NAS, HTPC, Plex Server, and part time PC Edit (10/10/2018): 2 years and 5 months later after buying this, it seems one of the NICs on the NAS has died. Luckily, there's a 2nd that I'm now using. I haven't adjusted the stars or the below review for this, since it so far hasn't impacted my usage of it. But it's something to look out for. One day it just stopped responding on the network and I had to change the Ethernet cord to the 2nd NIC. Some more troubleshooting made me believe it straight up died, even though the status and duplex lights on the back seem to be OK. Could just be bad luck.I did a bunch of research before buying this little guy. All in all I can say that I am very happy with the features and options he has. I will preface by saying I'm not a super power user. I know basic linux and ssh usages, but stick to normal GUI interface controls. I also purchased 8GB of RAM separately, because paying the price to have it come shipped with it was a little ridiculous.Current Setup:- 8GB of crucial RAM Crucial 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR3 1600 MT/s (PC3 - 12800) CL11 SODIMM Notebook Memory Modules CT2KIT51264BF160B / CT2CP51264BF160B- 2x 3TB WD Red hard drives in RAID 1 WD Red 3TB NAS Hard Disk Drive - 5400 RPM Class SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - WD30EFRX- 1TB WD external hard drive via USB to store miscellaneous media files- HP All in one printer shared to the network via USB- IP Address using an IP reservation policy on my router (this is important, see cons)- Implemented a LetsEncryt SSL certificate and hooked it up to a subdomain on a domain I already own. Accessible from anywhere.- Private VPN using the QNAP VPN client for Windows 10 and iOS devices.Pros:- Many QNAP and third party apps are supported.- Plex Server works great to PS3, Xbox 360 and iPhones. Transcoding 1080p videos is pretty seemless.- The QVideo, QFile, QPhoto etc apps for the iPhone are super convienent. Transcoding to these from the NAS works very well too.- Great read/write speed on my network for my current needs- Easy to use private VPN out of the box for Windows 10 and iOS devices- Supports native LetsEncrypt SSL certificates- The Virtual Workstation feature is pretty amazing for running a Windows PC on the NAS.- Setting up users and group permissions was simple- Very easy to navigate user interface. The look and feel is very sleek.- Plug in play sharing of my non networked HP all in one printer was a sinch. Scanning took some time to be able to setup, but in the end it works pretty wellCons:- I had an issue were almost every other day the NAS would lose it's IP address on the network. In HD Station from the HDMI out the IP address would be blank and the green status light would be off. The only way to fix it was to unplug and replug and ethernet line back in to the network switch it was attached to. After I setup an IP reservation policy on my router based on the NAS MAC address, this issue has seemed to go away though. Was very aggravating for a while though.- Every now and then Plex Server seems to stop working. I have to restart the NAS and then it will start working again.- Download Station doesn't work too well for private trackers. Use Transmission instead. It has much more features too.- I feel like a lot of the default security options were a little too open. Google "QNAP How to make your nas more secure" for a QNAP post on closing some of these down. It's a good getting started guide to fixing some of the simple issues. 4Nice NAS... Easy to install and works like it should. Have a new Synology at my sisters office which has been a pain and finally had to be sent back for repair. This QNAP was a breeze to install and comes with Qfinder Pro app that works like the Synology Assistant. If you have this on DHCP then when power goes our your router can assign a different IP address and therefore your mapping shortcut will be dead. Just right click the mapping and choose "disconnect" and that mapping will go away. Open the Qfinder and when it finds your NAS just highlight (single click) your NAS listing, right-click and choose "Map Network Drive" and follow the prompts for Logon and it will recreate your Mapping Shortcut in This PC. You can configure it for a static IP but static IPs requires more networking knowhow to do correctly but should be considered if your power goes out frequently and it changes your IP address.I also like how QNAP makes even the mid-level NAS servers with quick-change front door for Hard Drive removal and re-installation. I put two 6 TB HGST NAS Hard Drives and configured it for RAID 1 (mirrored) for redundancy. 5Useless to me My intent was to swap out an old Qnap TS212 with a newer and faster TS251+ and give the old one to someone that really could use a NAS but can't afford one.Well, that was futile. From the start, the 251 was nothing but trouble. Every step of the way, I had trouble. Started out with not being able to connect with the cloud key and instead wanting the Qfinder. Then with Qfinder, could log in but had all sorts of problems connecting to the DNS server (not available) and not finding the firmware. Pointing manually to the firmware sort of worked but only partially - fails part way thru. Could see the drives but could not open. Issues continued to surface at every painful step. The documentation and on-line help were both useless to me. Wasted hours messing with this thing.I NEVER had any of these kind of problems with the old 212 unit. So for now, I put the 212 back into service (still works just fine!) and am sending back the 251.Will look for some other brand of 2-disk NAS. 1Good NAS for home/ small business Good NAS for home/ small business. TIP: you can save a little money by buying the model with 2GB RAM and installing your own memory upgrade. I purchased the 2GB version and upgraded it with a 16GB (yes, 16) memory kit - Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3L-1600 SODIMM Memory for Mac (CT2K8G3S160BM ). QNAP says that it is only upgrade-able to a total of 8GB, but it will actually work with 16GB - and yes the system recognizes it. Better yet, it cost me about $70.00 LESS than the same NAS with 8GB RAM! Mine is working great with the 16GB and four Western Digital 6TB red drives set up in a RAID5 array (yes, RAID5 - because I wanted more storage and don't mind the slightly higher risk since this isn't my only storage system). 5Way better than the software MD RAID that I setup in my old desktop I bought this to replace my cock-eyed setup that died when the old desktop that I was using had fan and disk issues (whoops, I lost a disk but "mdadm" didn't e-mail me, and then I lost another!). I decided that storage was a first-class problem that needed to be solved in my house, so I bought this little guy. It's probably way overpowered for what I wanted to do with it, but I wanted something that would be reliable and easy to maintain.The QNAP can do all kinds of stuff, but I use it for one thing only: network storage. I have it exporting NFS filesystems that my various machines talk to. I have it set up as a single RAID5 array with 3 SanDisk X400 solid-state drives (SanDisk X400 SSD SATA 2.5" 7mm 1TB SD8SB8U-1T00-1122); I'll buy the fourth disk to complete the array later this year (they're expensive). It does its job of network storage beautifully. I wish that it could do NFS4 (right now it only supports NFS3), but that'll probably come out in an update one of these days.It has support (and the power) for running Plex locally, but the Plex version that's on the "store" is old, so I decided not to mess with it (I run mine from my Proxmox host). It can also do LDAP and private cloud stuff, but again, I opted for strictly storage. This way, if the unit ever dies, I don't lose everything on my network, just the storage. This also makes it easier to switch storage platforms/products in the future if I ever need/want to.Anyway, this thing has made my life so much better. It runs SMART tests regularly on the disks and e-mails you about any problems. I still check in on it once a month to make sure that everything is A-OK, but I feel like my data are safe and secure now. 5
QNAP TS-451+-2G-US 4-Bay Next Gen Personal Cloud NAS, Intel 2.0GHz Quad-Core CPU with Media Transcoding

QNAP TS-451+-2G-US 4-Bay Next Gen Personal Cloud NAS, Intel 2.0GHz Quad-Core CPU with Media Transcoding

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€1.030,00
Sale price
€1.030,00
Regular price
€1.702,00
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per 
Save 39% (€672,00)