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TerraMaster F2-221 2 Bay NAS with 2x GbE LAN $311.99, F5-221 5 Bay NAS with 2x GbE LAN $431.99 Delivered @ TerraMaster Amazon AU


On the final day of the Prime Day sales comes these mid-range NAS drives from TerraMaster kicking off at 7:45am.

Both feature an Intel Celeron J3355 dual-core CPU, dual Gigabit ethernet ports, 2GB RAM (upgradeable to 6GB) and 2 USB 3.0 ports on the rear.

These are great for file sharing, backups, playing media (e.g. Plex), running Docker containers and more. I personally use my TerraMaster for media storage, system backups and running my UniFi controller through Docker.

AU Stock and AU warranty.

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This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2020

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    Got the f5-221 in the last deal, running Plex, plenty of 4k movies, and docker on it, hasn't skipped a beat, great machine, bit fiddly at the start but once you figure it out all good.

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      So would I be able to use the F2-221 with the harddrive from the WD Elements 14TB (another deal from amazon) inside of it, and run Plex media server to stream 4k movies/tv shows to my LG Smart TV? No issues with latency/transcoding of the 4K media files?

      and would the dual core be sufficient for this, or would you need the quad core?


        Ive got that exact hard drive in it yes. I use an Nvidia Shield Pro to play all my files, so i dont have to worry about transcoding, YMMV

        • +1 vote

          My TV currently plays all my 4K 10 bit HEVC (265) movies from my WD Passport attached to my Netgear RAX40 perfectly fine so I'm assuming I wouldn't need to worry about transcoding

    • +1 vote

      Literally the same question as itsmehuey below - just bought the WD 14TB drives and looking for an NAS. This seems like a good price point and am so close to pulling the trigger…

      I just want flawless Plex on my Samsung TV and a back up of all my work files and photos/media.
      I checked the old faithful:
      and it's "SOME" for HD 1080p and NO for 4k (software transcode).

      I probably need to do more reading to understand everything properly, but as I need to decide to buy now or not…..any ideas?


    Oh no, I waited too long for a reply and missed out!! Anywhere else selling for a similar price? (or have a similar NAS at a similar price point to recommend?)