Packaging and the F2 NAS 2
The TerraMaster F2 NAS 2 shares the same package design as the previous model. Here we have a solid black box with the large F2 on the front.
Included with the F2 NAS 2, you will find the power adapter, Ethernet cable, installation guide, along with the finder software on disk.
The front of the NAS houses two drive bays placed to the top, below is the power button and activity lights.
The TerraMaster is a single piece design with the entire body of the device built from one piece of aluminum with the ends being plastic.
The back of the NAS houses a 92mm fan to cool the chassis and hard drives. Below we find all the connectivity with the Gigabit ethernet port, eSATA and USB host.
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