Packaging and a Closer Look
Packaging for the TS-253 Pro carries an image of the NAS in the center, and to the top right, we have marketing information.
The scope of delivery includes two LAN cables, the power adapter, and all the screws and drive bay keys needed.
As far as design goes, the front of the TS-253 Pro is pretty standard for QNAP. Here we have locking drive bays, which are found on all Pro models. The one-touch copy button, and the power button accompany the USB 3.0 port to the left.
The back of the NAS houses the HDMI port at the top, and dual gigabit LAN ports below. At the very bottom, we have two more USB 3.0 ports, and the power input.
The drive trays are made of steel, and provide options for mounting both 3.5" hard drives, and 2.5" SSDs.
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