The Urgreen NASync series was announced at CES 2024 and brings with it the brand's first NAS devices. This product line consists of six different models with 2-bay, 4-bay, 6-bay, 8-bay and all-flash configurations. The brand hasn't revealed pricing details yet, but plans to launch these soon, starting with a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign.
In the NASync series, the base model is the DXP2800, which comes with a 2-bay configuration and an Intel N100 processor under the hood. Urgreen has paired the processor with 32GB of eMMC storage, two M.2 SSD slots, a 2.5GbE port and 8GB of DDR5 RAM, expandable to 16GB.
Next up are the Urgreen NASync DXP4800 and the DXP4800 Plus, both with a 4-bay configuration. The former features the same Intel N100 as the base NAS device, while the Plus version has a Pentium Gold 8505. Both have 8GB of DDR5 RAM with the option to expand the storage to 16GB and 32GB respectively.
There is a difference in storage: the former has 32GB eMMC and Plus has 128GB SSD. The DXP4800 NAS also has two 2.5GbE ports, while the DXP4800 Plus has one 2.5GbE port and one 10GbE port.
Urgreen's NASync series also includes the DPX6800 Pro and DXP8800 Plus with a 6-bay and 8-bay configuration, respectively. These two NAS devices are equipped with an Intel Core i5-1235U with 8GB DDR5 RAM and 128GB SSD. They have two 10GbE ports, two Thunderbolt 4 ports and a PCIe x4 expansion slot.
The latest model in the Urgreen NASync series is the DXP480T Plus. The basic specifications are similar to the DXP6800 Pro and DXP8800 Plus, but it does not have SATA hard drive bays. Instead, it has four M.2 slots with a maximum storage capacity of 16TB. You can read the specifications of each slot in detail in the full data sheet attached below.
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