UGREEN Has Entered The NAS Market

UGREEN is likely better known for its charging products, I actually have a fair few of them in the home and office, from super-fast charging plugs to USB charging hubs and a few similar power-focused products. However, it now seems they’re moving into the storage business, with the launch of their inaugural Network Attached Storage (NAS) series.


However, it’s not quite a launch as such, as it’s actually all heading to Kickstarter, and while that seems a bit of a weird way of doing it, it does mean there’s a chance to snag some absolute bargains if you get in on the Early Bird discount of 40%, especially given that prices start at just $239.99 for their new NASync Series products.

What UGREEN Had to Say

“UGREEN NASync series is a versatile range designed to cater to a variety of use scenarios. The NASync DXP2800 and NASync DXP4800 and DXP4800 Plus are tailored for personal and home users. For power users and business solutions, UGREEN offers the NASync DXP6800 Pro and NASync DXP8800 Plus. Lastly, the NASync DXP480T Plus is specifically designed to meet the needs of creative and media professionals.”

The launch takes today, but I’m not sure from which time zone, as at the time of writing it just says “notify me” but you can track it here, and I suspect it’ll be live some point this afternoon. To know more about the Kickstarter campaign click here.

Tell Me More

These models are all powered by the 12th Gen Intel Processor and feature up to Intel Core i7 Processor. Specifically for business and professional users, models such as the NASync DXP6800 Pro, DXP8800 Plus, and DXP480T Plus are equipped with a 12th-gen Intel Core i5 Processor. This leads to enhanced responsiveness, efficient data processing, and seamless multi-tasking. Furthermore, the advantage of seamless multimedia processing and transcoding significantly improves the media file playback experience.

Additionally, the NASync DXP6800 Pro, DXP8800 Plus, and DXP480T Plus are all equipped with dual Thunderbolt 4 Ports. These ports can be connected to a variety of storage devices, such as mobile hard drives and disk array cabinets, enabling high-speed data transmission. Impressively, the transmission rate for a single port can reach up to 40 Gbps.

It’s also noteworthy that both the NASync DXP6800 Pro and DXP8800 Plus models come equipped with dual 10GbE network ports. These two high-speed 10GbE network ports can be combined to provide a total bandwidth of 20GbE, allowing for theoretical download speeds of up to 2500 MB/s. Furthermore, the load between the two port links can be dynamically adjusted and balanced, enhancing the overall transmission efficiency.

Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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