NETGEAR's ReadyNAS 312, 314 and 316 are decent performers with lots of features, but have stiff competition.
QNAP's TS-x21 NAS series isn't as good a deal as the less-expensive TS-x20 family.
Buffalo's Linkstation 420 NAS has pretty good performance. But is it three times faster than a "standard NAS" as Buffalo claims?
QNAP's TS-x20 NAS series looks like a better deal than its more expensive TS-x21 family.
The performance of Thecus' Top Tower N8850 is better than we can adequately test.
Updated - iXsystems FreeNAS Mini Plus is a top-performing NAS, despite being based on ZFS.
The price, performance and features of NETGEAR's ReadyNAS RN102 should put it on your short list for RAID 1 NASes.
Synology's DS1813+ and DS1513+ are expandable top-performing Atom-based NASes.
QNAP's QTS 4.0 is a major change that will make choosing between Synology and QNAP NASes even more difficult.
QNAP's TS-421 provides our first peek at QNAP's revamped QTS 4.0 OS.
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