QNAP TBS-453A 8GB 480GB (4 x 120GB) 4 Bay NASbook Integrated with Samsung 850 Evo M.2 SSD

MANUFACTURER: QNAP

Product SKU: TBS-453A-8G-480SM2

QNAP TBS-453A 8GB 480GB 4 x 120GB Samsung M.2, Intel Celeron N3150 quad-core 1.6GHz, 8GB SODIMM DDR3L RAM, M.2 SSD Support, Hardware Transcoding up to 4K (H.264), 2xHDMI Output, Gigabit Switch Ports.

$ 941.00
$ 941.00
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Compact, near-silent, and versatile, the 4-bay M.2 SSD NASbook TBS-453A is ideal for office meetings and multimedia applications. Featuring a quad-core Intel 1.6GHz processor, a built-in 4-port network switch, and using up to 4 M.2 SSDs for storage, the TBS-453A not only provides full-fledged NAS functions with RAID protection, but also can act as a switch and share network access with multiple users regardless of being powered on or off. Coupled with its dual HDMI output and 4K H.264 video display & transcoding abilities, the TBS-453A can easily be carried to meetings to present stored files and quality multimedia content. The TBS-453A also supports the open-source Linux platform that allows you to directly utilize feature-rich Linux apps, enjoying a private cloud combining storage and IoT applications.

  • Built-in 4-port LAN switch, combined with advanced virtual switch functionality for maximized network flexibility
  • Dual HDMI output with duplicated and extended desktop options
  • Use the TBS-453A as a PC with exclusive QvPC Technology and 4K (H.264) support
  • Supports Linux OS with direct output via HDMI
  • Store, backup, and share files with snapshots and versioning
  • Wide range 10V ~ 20V DC power input
  • Expand the total raw storage capacity with a UX-800P/UX-500P expansion enclosure
  • Build a karaoke system with the OceanKTV app

Handy, quiet and compact with four M.2 SSDs

Designed with a "NASbook" concept, the TBS-453A uses a thin, B5-sized case to make it easy to setup anywhere in the office. Compared with a normal NAS, the TBS-453A's usage of M.2 SSDs (instead of conventional hard drives) allows it to be significantly smaller and quieter. The RAM and M.2 SSDs are also easily accessible for installation and upgrading by removing the rubber pads and thumb screws on the bottom of the TBS-453A.


Tips: What is an M.2 SSD?

M.2 flash-based SSD is a transition from mSATA which uses the existing PCI Express Mini Card form factor and associated connector.

Remarkably small in size and capable of delivering high performance, M.2 SSDs are now widely used in ultrabooks, tablets, and small form factor PCs where there is not enough space for conventional storage.


Optimal performance with quad-core CPU, AES-NI hardware-accelerated encryption, and M.2 SSDs

The TBS-453A is powered by an advanced 14nm Intel Celeron N3150 quad-core 1.6GHz processor that can automatically burst up to 2.08GHz when performing CPU-intensive tasks. Coupled with dual-channel 4GB/8GB DDR3L-1600 RAM and four M.2 SSDs for storage, the TBS-453A has 2x Gigabit LAN ports and 3x Gigabit switch ports. The built-in 2 Gigabit LAN ports can deliver up to 112MB/s throughput independently for optimizing mission-critical tasks. The TBS-453A features Intel AES-NI hardware-accelerated encryption. With AES 256-bit encryption for full NAS volumes, the built-in 2 Gigabit LAN ports can deliver up to 109MB/s throughput independently.

Tested in QNAP Labs. Figures may vary by environment. Test Environment:
NAS:
OS: QTS 4.2.1
Volume type: RAID 5; 4 x 256GB M.2 2280 SSDs: NAS and PCs are connected.
Client PCs:
Intel Core i7-4790 3.60GHz CPU; DDR3L 1600Hz 16GB; Seagate 500GB HDD; Intel Gigabit CT( MTU 1500 ) ; Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
IOMeter configuration: Multiple PCs via switch. Transferring 32GB file continuously to NAS for 3 minutes. Block size: 64KB for SMB2.0

Built-in four-port LAN switch for maximized network flexibility

The TBS-453A includes additional hardware-based LAN switch ports with network switch mode and private network mode settings, allowing you to easily build a flexible network environment. In the default switch mode, users can simply use the TBS-453A's network switch functionality to share the Internet and NAS resources at the same time. While in the private network configuration, users can create a closed network, allowing them to create secure environments for activities such as creating a secure surveillance recording with IP cameras. The TBS-453A's network design greatly boosts collaboration and productivity at work as it ensures always-on Internet connectivity. Business meeting attendees, for example, could benefit from the network accessibility to access files stored on the TBS-453A or to search for information online during the meeting.

LED indicators with adjustable brightness controls

With adjustable 20-stage brightness controls for LED indicators, the TBS-453A provides flexible LED brightness options. Based on the surrounding environment, you can adjust the brightness of all system indicators and also schedule the system to automatically dim the LEDs at certain times when needed.

Easily expand storage capacity with up to 8 hard drives

The TBS-453A supports online capacity expansion for archiving rapidly-growing data by connecting a QNAP expansion enclosure. With the QNAP scale-up solution, the raw storage capacity can be expanded on demand*, making the TBS-453A an ideal file center with large storage capacity for storage-intensive business applications such as video surveillance, data archiving, TV broadcast storage, and more.

With the support of QJBOD Express (JBOD enclosures roaming)**, you can simply connect a large capacity QNAP expansion enclosure to the TBS-453A, and migrate data to another NAS through the JBOD enclosure without requiring network connectivity.

The maximum raw storage capacity available by connecting a QNAP expansion enclosure:

QNAP NAS Model RAID Expansion Enclosure No. of RAID Expansion Enclosure Total HDD No.
TBS-453A UX-800P 1 8 x 3.5 inch HDDs
UX-500P 1 5 x 3.5 inch HDDs

*To expand the storage space with an UX expansion enclosure, you must create a separate static volume or storage pool on the UX expansion unit.
**RAID groups of storage pools cannot cross multiple enclosures.

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