Four bays and USB 3.0 highlight a NAS box that is a bit shy on software features and performance, but easier than many on the wallet.
Expandable and outfitted with a great operating system and tons of features, this two-bay NAS unit also moves data rapidly.
This two-bay NAS box offers plenty of capacity for the buck, and it streams large files very well, but in other respects its features are limited.
This two-bay NAS box offers some advanced software features and streams media well.
Super performance, four bays, USB 3.0, and a wealth of software features make this box a dream for small and medium-size businesses, albeit a very expensive one.
This nonexpandable, two-bay consumer NAS box is fast and has a useful, feature-packed operating system.
Eight drive bays and lightning speed highlight this unit, which is easily the fastest--and most expensive--network-attached storage box we’ve tested to date.
This NAS box has six bays and excellent software features, and it’s a strong performer, too.
A beefy, well-designed piece of hardware, the Sentinel DX4000 constitutes a good effort by Western Digital, but it doesn't deliver on its promise in performance or features.
This box looks great on your desk, attaches via USB or ethernet, and handles all the basics well--at a very basic pace.
"Friendly" is the key word for audio editing and restoration utility Magix Audio Cleaning Lab, which delivers average results.
Although the black ink is pricey, this inexpensive MFP's nice output will appeal to home or student users who print at low volume.
On the surface, it’s a nice bargain for home users who print infrequently, but the pricey black ink and all-too-brief 90-day warranty make it a meager long-term deal.
Expensive toner and the lack of automatic duplexing make this small-office printer less appealing than it could be.
The best DVD/Blu-ray player software available is morphing into an organizer/player for all types of media--but it is also becoming more resource-hungry.