TerraMaster has carved a reputation for building robust NAS boxes that offer outstanding performance for significantly less money than the higher-profile brands.
But alongside its extensive range of NAS hardware, it also makes an exciting selection of DAS (Direct Attached Storage) devices that use the same styling.
Today I’ll be looking at an entry-level DAS product, the D2-310, explaining how this differs from a pre-installed external drive from Seagate or Western Digital and where this might fit into a small home or office environment.
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