What's this? A QNAP NAS that doesn't stick to the company's traditional dark industrial look? Amazing but true, and yet another sign that the company is increasingly looking to bring the NAS out of the office and into the home -- a move that could only be further bolstered by a certain celebrity endorsement. Effectively replacing the company's previous TS-209 model, this one sticks to the same two-bay setup (for up to 4TB of storage), but steps things up to an 800MHz Marvell processor, along with 256MB of DDR2 memory, 3 USB ports, and all the usual UPnP / DLNA support you'd expect. No word on a price just yet, but we'd presume it'll be less than the $449 QNAP is asking for its four-bay TS-410 model.

[Via Electronista]