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Just got Plex? Amp it up with $40 off this TerraMaster NAS.


Cyber Monday has been a heck of a time to start setting up your own media server. Between the oodles of NAS deals and a massive discount on Plex lifetime subscriptions, there’s no excuse not to create your own personal cloud. That’s even more true thanks to this TerraMaster NAS deal at Amazon, which shaves a full $40 off of its price.

The four-bay TerraMaster F4-210 NAS usually costs $199.99, meaning you’re saving a cool 20% during Cyber Monday. The final price after the discount, which you can apply by clipping a coupon on the product page, is $159.99. Not too shabby.

NAS enclosures are great if you’re looking to set up your own cloud-accessible media servers, want a place to back up all of your files, or a combination of the two. You don’t have to rely on a third-party cloud provider, like Microsoft or Google, to store your files, which puts more control in your hands.

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Where NAS setups get fun is when you combine them with media services like Plex. Once you’ve set up Plex Media Server and loaded up your movies, photos, and music, Plex acts as your sort of personal Netflix, Spotify, and Google Photos all in one. You can access all of your content from anywhere you can use the Plex app (which is practically on any device nowadays).

This TerraMaster model comes with a 1.4GHz processor and 1GB of RAM for powering everything. It’s compatible with both 3.5″ and 2.5″ SATA HDDs and SSDs, and each of the four bays can support drives of up to 16TB. The enclosure support Docker, Plex, cloud drive sync, multiple backups, remote access, and a mobile app.

If you’re looking to get into the NAS scene, this is a solid enclosure to get you started without spending too much. And now that a Plex Pass lifetime subscription is just $70 for Cyber Monday, it’s a great time to start.

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This post was written by Dan Thorp-Lancaster and was first posted to WindowsCentral



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