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QNAP Systems TS-473A NAS Tower Ethernet LAN V1500B

Model Number: TS-473A-8G-US

$820.88 USD
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Quad-core AMD Ryzen V1000 series V1500B 2.2 GHz processor and 8GB DDR4 RAM (up to 64GB) Dual M.2 PCIe Gen 3 NVMe SSD slots enable cache acceleration or SSD storage pools for improved performance. Dual 2.5GbE (2.5G/1G/100M) ports accelerates file sharing across teams and devices or gaming storage applications Multiple USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports (type-A & type-C) with up to 10Gb/s transfer speeds, allowing compatibility with newer, faster USB drives/expansion enclosures for transferring large media files Backup Google Workspace & Microsoft 365 accounts and files to NAS with Boxafe Comprehensive surveillance solution for 24/7 security with QVR Pro Create a disaster recovery plan with ransomware protection using QNAP’s storage snapshot solution.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Amazon Customer
Delicate and Loud

The first one arrived with the front cover cracked. The second works great but makes all kinds of noises. Put it somewhere where the noise won’t bother anyone.

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Claudio Santucci
Fantastic Upgrade

This is the second purchase with Qnap. The first one come after analyzing different product and decided to try out qnap. their product did satisfy me, but i started to look in more advanced set up. This was really great value for the money, runnig a X86_64 architecture and an expandable RAM of 64gb is plenty for advanced set up. give you the possibility to start with some and still have room to expand having 2 PCIe, depending on the needs you are going to use one, since if an external graphic card is installed the room in the case is going to fill it up pretty much entirely. Great piece of hardware, and good easy to use software.

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Bruce
No longer recommendable

QNAP used to be an easy recommendation for anyone looking for a flexible, consumer focused NAS. Sadly, after over 12 years as a customer with 4 of their NAS boxes, I can no longer say that. The startling lack of app choice has only gotten worse over time - the number and variety of apps available now is *maybe* 1/10th of what it was 5+ years ago. Even worse, the QTS/QuTS operating systems/interfaces no longer allow the manual creation of a share named "Multimedia" - that is reserved for their Media Control app, which creates that share on the System storage pool without allowing any input from the user/owner. If you have separate System and Data storage pools, then this can leave the Multimedia share entirely useless due to a lack of available space - not to mention it has preconfigured/unconfigurable properties that may not be what the user/owner of the NAS actually want. In fact, it is not only the Media Control app that is hard coded to use the first storage pool (which is, by default, System), and ONLY the first storage pool (*cough*, *cough* - the built-in, preconfigured Public share). Some of this can be mitigated by using SSH to connect to the NAS, manually editing the necessary configuration files, and then creating the shares as you like, but installation of (or updates to) any QNAP apps (or the firmware) could, at any time, cause these changes to be reverted, resulting in your data becoming difficult or impossible to access. Worse, these problems shouldn't exist because Linux provides trivially simple means for dealing with multiple storage pools, but QNAP either doesn't understand basic, pre-school level Linux configuration or is ignoring it in favor of forcing their configuration choices on the user/owner. In the end, QTS/QuTS is no longer about providing the user/owner with a means to control and configure their NAS the way they want - they are now apparently focused on forcing QNAPs ideas of how things should be upon the user. This shortsighted development philosophy, and the ridiculously high cost for what QNAP now offers almost make me wonder if QNAP is actually trying to encourage users to switch to something like TrueNAS and use an old PC rather than buy their products. With Synology focusing on the enterprise, QNAP appears to be taking full advantage of the lack of equivalent competition in the consumer space (ASUS isn't even close, currently), which is turning out to be a sad state of affairs for consumers looking for a truly consumer focused, appliance style NAS box.

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Agustin Quintero
Fácil de configurar y poner en servicio

Cuenta con toda la ayuda que se requiere para instalar y configurar la NAS. Dispone de varias aplicaciones muy útiles, excelente producto.

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Jerry
Not simple but very versatile. Very happy with purchase to back-up computers and as a music server

First, watch the youtube videos on how to set it up. I primarily bought this to store backup files from all of our PCs around the house. I primarily use Acronis to create image files to store on this server. I also copied my extensive music collection which includes mp3 and avi files that I digitalized from 200 recording tapes. Music station indexed the files on the server and I use Qmusic to play through my Android phone. Also use Qfile to remotely access files from the server. Many other apps available. The server uses QTS with is a version of Linux. I found that the two 2.5Gbps network connections to be very useful. I connected one to my one gigabit Asus router and the other to the 2.5 Gbps network connector on my video editing PC (I run windows 10). I installed four 18tb drives in a raid 5. Upgrade memory from 8gigs to 32 gigs and installed an m2 drive to hold the programs. Qnap tries to have useful wizards to help set things up. The terminology can be confusing. The youtube videos helped tremendously. Very happy with this purchase.

QNAP Systems TS-473A NAS Tower Ethernet LAN V1500B
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QNAP Systems TS-473A NAS Tower Ethernet LAN V1500B

$820.88 USD

Quad-core AMD Ryzen V1000 series V1500B 2.2 GHz processor and 8GB DDR4 RAM (up to 64GB) Dual M.2 PCIe Gen 3 NVMe SSD slots enable cache acceleration or SSD storage pools for improved performance. Dual 2.5GbE (2.5G/1G/100M) ports accelerates file sharing across teams and devices or gaming storage applications Multiple USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports (type-A & type-C) with up to 10Gb/s transfer speeds, allowing compatibility with newer, faster USB drives/expansion enclosures for transferring large media files Backup Google Workspace & Microsoft 365 accounts and files to NAS with Boxafe Comprehensive surveillance solution for 24/7 security with QVR Pro Create a disaster recovery plan with ransomware protection using QNAP’s storage snapshot solution.

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