Updated - The Synology DS213+ DiskStation is another speedy Freescale-powered NAS.
Does ASUSTOR's "app-based" NAS really bring anything new to the game?
Thecus' seven-bay N7510 is a slightly less-expensive alternative to its N7700PRO.
The cloudiest features of D-Link's DNS-320L Cloud Storage 2000 NAS are its admin interface and documentation.
Updated - Iomega seems to finally have cracked the performance code with its dual-core Atom based px2-300d.
Synology DS413 DiskStation could be the frugal person's alternative to
a RAID 5 Atom-powered NAS.
Infortrend's EonNAS Pro 500 has some unique features, but doesn't measure up to competitors on performance and more.
entry-level dual-bay ReadyNAS Duo v2 is still hard to beat for flexibilty.
The DS413j DiskStation is Synology's least-expensive way to get one of its RAID 5 NASes.
Think of the Synology DS412+ DiskStation as a non-expandable four-bay version of the DS1512+ in a mostly plastic case.
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