The TVS-673e comes in a large box with a small but clear image of the unit on the front. Above the image to the right is a sticker which displays which memory version of the NAS is in the box. Under the image there are a couple of lines of text describing some of the hardware features of the TVS-673e. Under the text sits a row of icons displaying yet more of the unit’s features while under the icons there are a couple of lines stating the dimensions and weight of the NAS and what’s in the box bundle.
The rear of the box has a group of icons in the bottom left hand corner representing some of the QTS OS features; Data Protection, Surveillance Station, Mobile Management, Private Cloud, File Sharing and Backup Station.
One side of the box just has a group of transportation icons in the top left hand corner with a SSD/HDD compatibility panel on the bottom. The other side has long line of icons representing the different standards that the device meets.
The box bundle for the TVS-673e is pretty comprehensive. There’s a quick installation guide, a pair of Ethernet cables, fixing screws for the main 3.5in drive bays should you feel that the tool free system doesn’t hold the drives firmly enough; we think it does but including fixing screws gives you that extra peace of mind. Also provided are enough screws to fix 2.5in drives in all the main trays.
For mounting M.2 drives there are a pair of risers and fixing screws, and a nice touch is the inclusion of a pair of passive heatsinks to aid M.2 drive cooling.