Saturday, May 25th
Updated - NETGEAR's new ReadyNAS RN104 has a spiffy new GUI and all-new OS, but is a bit underpowered for good RAID 5 write performance.
Updated - ioSafe claims to be a fire and waterproof NAS/RAID storage solution, and we found it certainly is.
The QNAP TS-869 Pro brings Intel's D2700 Atom to a eight-bay platform, with big performance and a big price tag.
LaCie looks like it may finally have cracked the code on making a RAID 5 NAS with competitive performance and features.
The Top Tower N10850 continues Thecus' tradition of high-performance, but value-priced NASes.
If you can get by with a few compromises, QNAP's TS-469L can save you some serious money.
Seagate's Wireless Plus is a great little product with loads of features, but a few things open for improvement.
Iomega's ix4-300d has good performance compared to other Marvell-based NASes.
The Synology DS213+ DiskStation is another speedy Freescale-powered NAS.
Does ASUSTOR's "app-based" NAS really bring anything new to the game?
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