UGreen NASync DXP480T Plus Showcased – Intel CPU Powered SSD NAS

A NAS storage system or Network-attached Storage is a digital storage device that typically uses a group of hard drives to facilitate storage and access to data and files without storing them on the computer itself.

At the Computex Taipei event, UGreen, an electronic equipment brand known for their device charging offerings has showcased one of their latest NAS offerings, called the NASync DXP480T Plus.

Unlike many other NAS devices, the NASync DXP480T Plus comes with support for SSD storage, where it comes with four M.2 2280 SSD slots that can accommodate up to 16TB (4x4TB) of built-in storage. We're also told that two of these SSD slots support PCIe 4.0, while the other two support PCIe 3.0.

Not only that, this NAS is also powered by a 12th generation Intel Core i5 processing chip and can accommodate up to 64GB of DDR4 memory. For storage format, users can choose to use JBOD, RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 and 10 depending on your needs.

Another advantage shown is that users can choose to connect to this NAS using the built-in remote/WiFi web interface or connect this NAS directly to a display through the built-in HDMI connection.

When asked about operating system support, we were also told that the NASync DXP480T Plus can use Microsoft Windows and even Linux operating systems if desired, although it is not required.

The NASync DXP480T Plus storage just passed the co-funding phase on Kickstarter, and will be developed for mass production soon. We are also told that the focus for this product will be shown in the European region first, apart from fulfilling the demand on Kickstarter.

For now, UGreen has not yet confirmed if they will show this product offering in Malaysia or the Southeast Asian region.

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