Storage space has simply gotten cheaper and cheaper as the years go by. It was maybe a decade ago when 20 GB was considered a lot of space, now we'll find people sporting more than 2 TB on their personal network. I'm no exception with 3.5 TB at home. As the prices of hard drives continue to drop, we tend to buy more and more hard drives. But what do you do when your case is full? Enter the QNAP TS-509 Pro.


QNAP has only been around since this decade but they have specialized on 30 products delivering Linux embedded platforms for network storage and digital network surveillance. They have a whole list of features available on their NAS units that sets them apart from the rest. The TS-509 Pro is no exception and today we'll take a look at some of the features and how well it'll perform for you.


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