Don't-Miss Hard drive Stories
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.
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 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.
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.
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 NAS box has six bays and excellent software features, and it’s a strong performer, too.
This nonexpandable, two-bay consumer NAS box is fast and has a useful, feature-packed operating system.
Slow performance hinders this otherwise well-designed and capacious NAS box.
From early versions that cost thousands of dollars for 256KB to the capacious, fast drives that power MacBook Airs, SSDs have been on a meteoric rise.
Device offers undeniably simple combined NAS and offsite backup, but the 100GB local capacity is too limited, and it's a poky performer.