Wednesday, May 22nd
QNAP's HD Station is the best option yet for a NAS as HTPC.
Updated - We take a second look at a NAS-as-HTPC, this time using ASUSTOR's AS-604T. It's a work in progress.
Thecus thinks its HDMI-equipped NASes can replace your HTPC. Our experience says it can't...yet.
You would think that 80+ Mbps of wireless throughput would be enough for flawless 1080p streaming. But that's not what we found.
HomePlug AV and 802.11n wireless have matured since our last battle. Will either reign supreme for HD video watching this time?
Lots of folks like to build their own Asterisk boxes for SOHO and SMB VoIP. Michael Graves shows us the many inexpensive hardware options that are available.
We take a quick look at the details behind the new HD-over-LAN cabling spec.
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Do there exist NAS devices that can run via POE?
Ques on NAS Testbed
Router Rebooting on its own
re: external hard drive on router
tmpfs - resizable?
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