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ioSafe 214 Dual-bay NAS

ioSafe 214 Dual-bay Disaster-Proof NAS Review

by Greg King on May 22, 2014 in Network-Attached Storage

ioSafe has long been building NAS boxes that can take some serious, real-world abuse. We’re talking water submersion, or something even more severe, like a house fire. What could make a solution like that even better? Synology’s DSM software on-board sure doesn’t hurt. With the 214 dual-bay option, that’s just what we’re dealing with.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 102

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 102 Dual-bay NAS Review

by Greg King on May 12, 2014 in Network-Attached Storage

It’s been quite some time since we last checked out one of NETGEAR’s NAS offerings, so we’re going to use the ReadyNAS 102, a dual-bay offering, to help us get up to speed. Unlike the last ReadyNAS we looked at, the 102 features OS 6, and one of our favorite, understated features: Btrfs support.

QNAP TS-269L NAS

QNAP TS-269L Dual-bay NAS Review

by Rob Williams on April 24, 2014 in Network-Attached Storage

In the world of NAS appliances, competition is fierce, and the choice is amazing – so amazing, in fact, that choosing the right one requires some real effort. QNAP’s TS-269L, which found its way to our test bench, is designed for those who like everything from a home or SOHO NAS. Let’s find out if it delivers.

WD My Cloud EX4 NAS Server

WD My Cloud EX4 Personal Cloud Storage NAS Review

by Greg King on November 12, 2013 in Network-Attached Storage

WD is somewhat new to the NAS game, but it made a splash with its single-drive My Cloud that we took a look at last month. It’s now following-up with a 4-bay variant of that NAS, focused more on the higher-end user. Better-still: It comes diskless, or packed with WD’s own Red NAS drives. How well does the company’s latest NAS stack up?

WD My Cloud

Do-It-Yourself Cloud Storage: WD My Cloud 2TB Review

by Greg King on October 2, 2013 in Network-Attached Storage

WD poses this question: Why store your sensitive data online, when the storage space is limited, and the security out of your control? Its answer: WD My Cloud, a NAS-like device that enables you to create a personal cloud in your home, quickly and easily. Say hello to huge storage (2~4TB) and no recurring subscription fees.

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Title Author Date Categories
ioSafe 214 Dual-bay Disaster-Proof NAS Review Greg King May 22, 2014 Network-Attached Storage
NETGEAR ReadyNAS 102 Dual-bay NAS Review Greg King May 12, 2014 Network-Attached Storage
QNAP TS-269L Dual-bay NAS Review Rob Williams April 24, 2014 Network-Attached Storage
WD My Cloud EX4 Personal Cloud Storage NAS Review Greg King November 12, 2013 Network-Attached Storage
Do-It-Yourself Cloud Storage: WD My Cloud 2TB Review Greg King October 2, 2013 Network-Attached Storage
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