So you’ve decided that TerraMaster is the way to go, but which model do you pick? Luckily, it’s easy to choose the right network-attached storage (NAS) for you by taking into account pricing and what you plan to do with the NAS. In this guide, we’ll run through some models to help provide an idea of what to expect at various price ranges.
Breaking down the numbers
For TerraMaster NAS, you should take into account the number of bays and then pick the latest model. Unless stated otherwise, NAS listings usually do not come with hard drives. So you’ll need to factor purchasing these into the final price. We’ve got a few guides available on choosing the best hard drives for a NAS.
TerraMaster takes on Synology’s best-seller
The relatively small brand within the NAS sphere is looking to capture more of the market from its rivals, and the F2-221 does more things right than wrong. It is an excellent, value-driven NAS that allows you to set up your own home media server.