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As far as the initial setup goes… that’s another item in the easy to do pile. There are various ways to connect initially and once we do that a very clear step by step process takes place. All very clear with little potential to mess things up. The OS itself is very responsive and while this NAS isn’t Qnap’s most memory packed or fastest CPU (though it is close) we noted no lag or bottlenecks. Drive performance is rated for up to 220MB/s read and write and we noted no stability issues. The TS-453mini sat, doing its thing 24/7 throughout weeks of testing.

The above is all great however as we have found with QNAP before it’s the overall flexibility of the NAS which most impresses. For example its virtualisation features mean we can install (for example) Windows on the NAS, running in a virtual PC, and plug in a keyboard and mouse via USB to control it just like a “normal” desktop using the Hybrid Deskstation software. In another pretty cool move Qnap now allow us to set up our smartphone/tablet as a network camera and monitor it through Surveillance Station. Again, simple to set up and a nice feature to have.

Summary: Qnap’s OS has evolved hugely over the last few versions and while the base experience was always solid, the latest OS is fantastic. Responsive, easy to maintain, simple to set up and all running on impressive NAS hardware. We particularly love the virtualisation features along with on the fly transcoding and great media functionality. Just plug in an HDMI cable, switch the channel and fire up video/audio using the bundled remote.

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