If you need that many ports it is a truly unique product and has a good mix of SFP+ and 10GBASE-T which you don't see often on low port count switches.
I'm a bit dissapointed that they made it unmanaged at that price point. Even adding just VLAN and QOS capabilities would not have inflated price much (there is also a serial port on the back? hmm..). I'm sure they use a chipset that allows for it so at this point it is their product segmentation strategy at work. THe primary reason I want managed switch is for traffic monitoring, port status and configuration (sometimes you need to force a certain speed for combo ports). I don't need a ton of features.
There is also the new more consumer oriented QSW-308-1C which looks promising but they prioritize SFP+ over 10GBASE-T which I find odd (maybe QNAP's own NAS devices give them a bias). At home you are going to find a lot more 10GBASE-T devices at least going forward with all new motherboards coming with Aquantia chip for 10GBASE-T and cheap realtek 2.5GbE also with copper. At this point 2.5GbE has a higher chance of becoming a true replacement for gigabit than any of the higher speeds seeing as 10GBAST-T is only on the most expensive motherboards. You need it to be cheap enough that you don't notice when you do the upgrade during manufacturing. Intel also has a new 2.5GbE chip in the works.
Netgear's MS510TX also has a good mix of ports for home users. But far from the price point you are used to with unmanaged 8 port gigabit switches. Sadly it skimps on the number of 10Gbit ports so it would only work if you have one master workstation and a NAS that needs 10Gbit connection. Perhaps you could combine this switch with the Mikrotik CRS305-1G-4S+IN for the best port selection.
A switch with 4 2.5GbE ports (possibly 5GbE), 2 10GBASE-T ports and 2 combo SFP+/10GBASE-T ports would be the ideal home switch for the coming generation. I know 10GBASE-T is still expensive and power hungry enough that you are not going to see any medium to high port count switches in this segment.