QNAP's TS-251 and TS451 are Bay Trail NASes that pack a performance punch, but will also wallop your wallet.
Synology's DSM 5.0 NAS OS delivers on its promise of real-time HD video transcoding, and much more.
Synology's DS415play is a high performance four-bay Evansport-based NAS.
Updated - Seagate's NAS 2-bay and 4-bay are big improvements over Seagate's past NASes.
Update -QNAP's QTS 4.1 offers tweaks on old features and new capabilities for both SOHO and business users, with emphasis on the latter.
Updated - ASUSTOR's ADM 2.1 OS provides a growing range of features, but lags behind competition in multimedia support.
Updated - QNAP's TS-470 Pro is powerful, but very pricey NAS even before you add its optional dual 10GbE card.
ASUSTOR's AS-30XT two and four-bay NASes have a good combination of price and performance.
NETGEAR's ReadyNAS RN716 is a pricey, but powerful NAS with built-in dual 10GbE ports.
Updated: ASUSTOR's AS-20XTE two and four-bay NASes have lower cost, but also lower performance.
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