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ASUSTOR’s AS5202T and AS5304T Rated as Top Five NAS Devices


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Last October, ASUSTOR’s latest NAS devices, the AS5202T, AS5304T, and the AS4002T had the honor of being listed among PC Mag’s 10 Best NAS devices of 2019, and with the 2020 NAB Show coming up in April, things are only going to get better for ASUSTOR. The company’s NAS Devices The AS5202T and AS5304T are in the top five and were granted the Editor’s Choice award. The list focuses on storage for homes and small offices, with a look at software and hardware when evaluating performance. The evaluation included transmission speed, specifications, apps, scalability, and convenience. After the review, the AS5202T and AS5304T were highly recommended by the editor.

The AS5202T is a powerful NAS with stable transfer performance, 5 Gbps of aggregate speed, 4K video decoding, ADM system and a wide variety of applications. In addition to the 5Gbps of aggregated speed, the AS5304T also adds storage flexibility on top of the hardware of the AS5202T by having double the amount of bays. The tool-free installation also makes installation easier and more convenient than ever, making ASUSTOR NAS products, once again recognized for their powerful features and great value.

 

ABOUT ASUSTOR

 

 

Founded in 2011, ASUSTOR Inc. was established via direct investment from ASUSTeK Computer Inc. The ASUSTOR brand name was created as a portmanteau of “ASUS” and “Storage”. ASUSTOR is a leading innovator and provider of private cloud storage (network-attached storage) and video surveillance (network video recorder) solutions, also specializing in the development and integration of related firmware, hardware, and applications. The company is devoted to providing the world with unparalleled user experiences and the most complete set of network storage solutions possible.

Visit the ASUSTOR exhibit during the 2020 NAB Show at booth # SL15407.

For more information, visit www.nabshow.com/.

 


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