• Subscribe

Network Storage for Home and Office

At a Glance

Graphical, friendly software and extra features like photo sharing and IP camera support distinguish this four-bay NAS drive.

Pros

  • Notably easy-to-navigate software
  • Four drive bays, with RAID 5 support

Cons

  • Peformance lackluster
  • Drives are not easily removable
 Compare

At a Glance

Good for straightforward network-based file storage and backup; but, this model oversimplifies some tasks.

Pros

  • Simple, easy-to-use software
  • One easily-accessible, hot-swappable bay

Cons

  • Not as many features as other NAS drives
 Compare

At a Glance

Compact, full-featured two-bay network storage device includes easy-to-use software and a robust set of features.

Pros

  • Notably easy-to-navigate software
  • Sleek bookshelf-ready design

Cons

  • External outputs awkardly situated
 Compare
recommended for you

RAID Made Easy

Read more »

Subscribe to the Power Tips Newsletter

Comments

Close

Hardcore Hardware: Here's what 128GB of DDR4 RAM in a PC looks like

Jun 23, 2015 12:01 AM

Ticked off you can't run more than 64GB in your PC? We just smashed through that barrier and went all the way to 128GB of system RAM.

READ THE RELATED ARTICLE:<

Hardcore Hardware: Here's what 128GB of DDR4 RAM in a PC looks like

Greenbot Top Android stories
from our new site, Greenbot
Your comprehensive guide to Windows security.

Subscribe to the Power Tips Newsletter

By submitting your email address you are consenting to receive email notifications from IDG. You may withdraw your consent at any time. Please refer to our privacy policy for more information.
See All Newsletters »