08 August, 2014: For a multiple-bay NAS server, nothing beats the TS-469′s hardware design. The server is housed in a rugged aluminum case that’s both good-looking and practical. The four hard-drive bays are accessible from the front with removable drive trays. These trays can be removed or inserted into the bay without any tools and can be securely locked in their place to prevent accidental opening. The server comes with two (identical) keys, one of which is needed for both locking and opening the trays. This in itself is very well thought out since if you could lock the trays without using the key, you’d risk misplacing the keys and being unable to open the trays. The Synology DS412+ has a similar drive bay design but without the locking option.Also on the front are a USB port and a one-touch Copy Button that helps quickly back up the entire content of an external storage device plugged into that USB port. On the back the server has another six USB ports, two of which are USB 3.0 ports, and two eSATA ports that can be used to extend its storage space or to host a printer. This is the area where the TS-469 Pro is clearly better than the Synology DS412+ since the Synology has only three USB ports, one eSATa port, and no Copy Button.

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