27 August, 2014: The QNAP TS-412 NAS server is the four-bay version of the two-bay QNAP TS-259 and competes directly with Synology’s DiskStation DS410. While the TS-412 beats the DS410 hands-down in terms of hard-drive bay design, it’s inferior in performance and robustness. Considering the DS410 was released a long time ago, we expected the new TS-412 to do better.The QNAP supports multiple RAID configurations, including the popular RAID 5, which balances performance, storage space, and data integrity. While Synology has its Hybrid RAID that enables use of hard drives of different capacities or increasing the RAID’s total capacity without having to rebuild it from scratch, QNAP doesn’t offer a special RAID configuration for its NAS servers.
On the front, in addition to the drive bays, the TS-412 has an array of LED lights that show the server’s status. There’s also a USB port, and there’s a one-touch Copy Button for a quick backup of the entire content of an external storage device plugged into that USB port. On the back the server has another three USB ports and two eSATA ports that can be used to extend its storage space or to host a printer.
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