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Ugreen NASync DXP2800 NAS in test – Can the small version convince?

After we tested the DXP4800 Plus from Ugreen in detail a few days ago, the smaller 2-bay version should of course not be missing. For most users it doesn’t have to be a maximum of 96TB in RAID5, a simple and above all cheaper backup solution is sufficient. And this is exactly what Ugreen wants to offer with the DXP2800, so let’s take a closer look at this model. The two variants are identical in many respects, especially in the software features. There are corresponding repetitions in this test report. If you are more interested in the big brother, you can read our review here:

Ugreen NASync DXP4800 Plus NAS in test – Unexpected competition on the market

Packaging and scope of delivery

The DXP2800 is also sent to us packed in several layers, and the letter carrier will certainly be pleased with the practical carrying handle.

Inside, a thick layer of firm foam ensures that the contents are delivered in top condition.

The accessories include detailed instructions in several languages, a small screwdriver, two simple keys and a network cable.

Again, I’m a little surprised that the power supply isn’t from Ugreen itself. Once again, it comes from HuntKey, model HKA06012050-0A7.


At the time of testing, the manufacturer does not yet have a proper product page, but there is at least a detailed overview of all the NAS variants presented.

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Tim Kutzner

Supporting force on cooler, periphery and 3D printing arcticles.
Linux novice and wanna-be datahorder with DIY NAS.