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Slick biometric finger swiping and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification make this flash drive especially secure.
This slender keypad drive is secure and can be used handily with any operating system or device, but performance is subpar.
With its managed software, this is one of the more affordable FIPS 140-2 certified secure flash drives on the market.
This unusual external DVD burner acts a Wi-Fi hotspot and can stream DVD content via a mobile connection, but its implementation leaves a lot to be desired.
Ethernet-attached storage boxes look much as they did two years ago, but their speed, interfaces, and features have evolved.
This NAS box has six bays and excellent software features, and it’s a strong performer, too.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.