Sunday, May 26th
Thecus' five-bay N5550 offers great performance at a price that won't require a second mortgage.
QNAP's TS-269 Pro can move files at near Gigabit speeds. But it could push the limit of what you're willing to spend for a two-bay NAS.
Our quick-and-dirty comparative review shows that Western Digital's new Red made-for-NAS drive can improve your NAS' performance in certain cases.
Thecus' TopTower N6850 is a very powerful $1200 NAS that can make good use of a 10 GbE connection.
Update - The Synology DS1512+ DiskStation is an expandable high-performance five-bay NAS using Intel's D2700 Atom processor.
Thecus' N4800 uses Intel's D2700 "Cedar View" Atom processor, but has performance similar to D525 Atom competitors.
Iomega's incremental tweak of its dual-drive NAS brings new features and slightly better performance.
WD's My Book Live Duo improves on its single-drive sibling with dual drives and much easier-to-use remote access.
Expand the storage of your personal device with this access point/wireless flash drive not much larger than a USB stick.
Buffalo's TeraStation Pro Quad WSS is a bit on the expensive side for a WSS based NAS. But it handles up to 50 users.
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Crosspost: Fighting a 1Gbps connection
Astrill VPN now supports Asuswrt-Merlin
5 Ghz tweak for Beta Version 220.127.116.11.354
isolated network lan segments
RT-N66U behind a ASA5505
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