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Noontec TerraMaster D5-300C USB3.0(5Gbps) Type C 5-Bay RAID Enclosure Support RAID 0/1/Single Exclusive 2+3 RAID Mode Hard Drive RAID Storage (Diskless) - $181.69

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Amazon is selling the TerraMaster D5-300C USB3.0(5Gbps) Type C 5-Bay RAID Enclosure Support RAID 0/1/Single Exclusive 2+3 RAID Mode Hard Drive RAID Storage (Diskless) for $181.69 during their lightning deal. Ends at 2am EST 6/10/2018

Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...p_hza?th=1


5-bay RAID DAS storage, compatible with 2.5"/3.5" SATA hard drive or SSD, supports 12TB hard drive, total capacity up to 60TB. (Note: users need to purchase their own hard drives. These are not included.)
Unique 2+3 RAID mode: hard drive #1 & #2 can be configured as RAID 0, RAID 1 or Single disk. The remaining drives #3-5 work as single, independent drives.
Adopts real SUPERSPEED USB3.0(5Gbps) Type-C interface, the read/write speed is up to 410MB/s.
Compatible with Mac, Windows and Linux computers.
D5-300C adopts aluminum enclosure and low-noise fan, which is firm and reliable, of good heat dissipation, and low noise.
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Thanks OP! Been hoping something like this would pop up.
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Note: USB connection only, no network (i.e. Ethernet/LAN) connection...
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Note: USB connection only, no network (i.e. Ethernet/LAN) connection...

correct, it's a DAS unit
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No encryption on this either. Other than, hard drive enclosures, what is the utility of these things, without Ethernet support?
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No encryption on this either. Other than, hard drive enclosures, what is the utility of these things, without Ethernet support?
that is the utility of these lol Peace

mass external storage. the D5-300C gives you a variety of RAID options whereas the D5-300 only gives you the RAID5 option. the last D5-300 sale was $160 during black friday. the features of the 300C are well worth the extra ~$22

you can plug this into any computer with a USB 3.0 port
you can also plug this into any NAS USB 3.0 port and expand shareable and backup storage (cannot expand the RAID array of the NAS though, you would need a QNAP or Synology specific external enclosure for that)

i have a D5-300 plugged into an off-site QNAP TS-231P 2-bay for my remote backup solution. i formatted the D5-300 with 256 AES encryption in Storage Manager in the QNAP TS-231P
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that is the utility of these lol Peace

mass external storage. the D5-300C gives you a variety of RAID options whereas the D5-300 only gives you the RAID5 option. the last D5-300 sale was $160 during black friday. the features of the 300C are well worth the extra ~$22

you can plug this into any computer with a USB 3.0 port
you can also plug this into any NAS USB 3.0 port and expand shareable and backup storage (cannot expand on-board RAID though)

i have a D5-300 plugged into an off-site QNAP TS-231P 2-bay for my remote backup solution. i formatted the D5-300 with 256 AES encryption in Storage Manager in the QNAP TS-231P
Ah! OK. I can use that! Thanks!
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hilarious, no ethernet...did they really try to save $1 by not adding a ethernet port? even a freaking My Cloud has ethernet port which can be considered more of a portable device..
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hilarious, no ethernet...did they really try to save $1 by not adding a ethernet port? even a freaking My Cloud has ethernet port which can be considered more of a portable device..
It's a RAID enclosure...not a NAS
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hilarious, no ethernet...did they really try to save $1 by not adding a ethernet port? even a freaking My Cloud has ethernet port which can be considered more of a portable device..
It is not about just adding a network port. NAS has its own CPU/RAM and requires an operating system, so it can operate without a host. NAS is a different animal altogether and naturally costs more than extra $1 LAN port added to DAS.
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