TerraMaster F5-422 Five-Bay NAS Review (Page 2)

| Jan 22, 2020 at 11:27 am CST
Rating: 78%Manufacturer: TerraMasterModel: F5-422-US

Packaging and a Closer Look


Packaging has not changed with the F5. We have a blue/purple box with the TerraMaster logo and sticker offering model identification.

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A look at the accessories gives us, the ethernet cable, power adapter, and screws for the drive trays.

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The F5-422 offers five drive bays without locking mechanisms. The LED panel to the right provides insight into drive activity power and LAN.

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The backside offers two large cooling fans with the rear I/O panel to the right.

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The drive trays are plastic all the way through.

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Internally, the backplane is for SATA drives only.

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