Updated Synology's new DS508 5-drive BYOD SATA top-of-the-line desktop NAS has been added to the NAS Charts.
Netgear's ReadyNAS Duo has finally made it onto the SmallNetBuilder test bench and into the NAS Charts. And this highly-anticipated dual-drive NAS based on the acquired Infrant's X-RAID technology doesn't disappoint.
Buffalo Technology today expanded its TeraStation NAS line to include iSCSI-based products.
The TeraStation iSCSI and TeraStation iSCSI Rackmount each feature four hot-swap SATA drives and support RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10 modes. Network connection is via a single 10/100/1000 Ethernet port.
Trendnet's TS-S402 2-Bay SATA I/II Network Storage Enclosure represents the high end of the company's networked storage products. But, similar to many other Trendnet products that we've reviewed, the build quality definitely conveys a generic OEM feel.
QNAP Systems recently announced the next generation of its one and two drive TS-109 Pro and TS-209 Pro NASes.
The TS-109 Pro II and TS-209 Pro II are based on a Marvell 500MHz CPU and 256MB of DDRII memory; twice the memory of the previous generation versions.
The new models carry forward all of the features of the TS-109 Pro and TS-209 Pro, including TwonkyMedia server, LAMP web and mySQL database servers.
The TS-109 Pro II and TS-209 Pro II are available now at MSRPs of $329 and $429 respectively.