It's time for Black Friday, and that means there are discounts to be had across numerous product categories, including the best NAS for home. We've seen QNAP NAS servers go on sale before, and we expect the same to happen again for this year's discount event. To make it easier to digest everything, you'll find all the best QNAP deals right here.
The QNAP TS-451D2 is one of the company's best enclosures for the home and office, offering excellent value. This server has four drive bays, an Intel Celeron J4025 CPU, and 4GB of DDR4 RAM. If you want to run anything from a file server to a Plex Media Server, this is a great system.
The QNAP TS-251D is a great NAS for the home. It has 4GB of DDR3L RAM, an Intel Celeron Apollo Lake processor, two drive bays, and a 1Gb LAN port. If you want to set up a backup machine, file server, or home media streaming platform, this is a solid place to start.
When are the QNAP NAS deals?
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Black Friday officially commences on Friday, Nov. 26 this year, but we're seeing the promotion period start much earlier. You should be able to check some NAS deals as early as Monday, Nov. 22, but the best enclosure deals usually occur on the main day.
Where will the best QNAP NAS deals be?
Most online retailers stock QNAP NAS enclosures, including Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg, and Walmart. We'll be adding deals from other online sources too, so be sure to check back often!
- Amazon: Where we sometimes see the steepest discounts
- Best Buy: Already has QNAP NAS on sale
- Walmart: Price matches and often has discounted refurbished options too
- Newegg: Frequently discounts various NAS enclosures
Looking for the best Black Friday NAS deals? We're constantly updating our main NAS deals hub that also contains other brand enclosures.
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.