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Network Storage for Home and Office

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
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Where to buy

At a Glance

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

Lowest price: $415.00 via Memory4Less.com

Pros

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

Cons

  • Not as many features as other NAS drives
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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
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