NAS Compares Best 8-Bay NAS Drive to Buy in 2020

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NAS Compares Best 8-Bay NAS Drive to Buy in 2020

Which 8-Bay NAS Should you Buy in 2020

Some NAS buyers really like to take their storage seriously. If you are looking for real future-proofing in terms of network and internet accessible storage for your desktop, then an 8-Bay network storage device is very much the sweet spot for capacity Vs ability. They may seem a little bulky and something that only the serious business user will consider, but with costs slowing coming down and the sheer size of multimedia files getting bigger it is all too easy to imagine factoring 8 bays of storage into your long term setup. Don’t believe me? It is worth noting that:

  • 4K movies at 6-12GB are pretty common
  • Professional and amateur SLR cameras producing 100-200MB raw photo at the least
  • Phone cameras producing 4K and HDR that produce 25-50MB photos
  • Single music tracks reaching 12-15MB, making albums 200-300MB each

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