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2006 Networking Holiday Buyer's Guide

ImageYour network has been very good this year, so why not reward it with a shiny new toy? Our Networking Holiday Buyer's Guide will guide you to the goodies and keep you away from the lumps of coal.

Thecus N5200: Screaming fast, but plenty rough around the edges

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Thecus has produced a business-focused NAS with advanced RAID features and high performance. But Tim Higgins found more of a diamond in the rough than a polished gem.

NAS Chart Update: Thecus N5200 and HP Media Vault

ImageThecus' much-anticipated five-bay N5200 and HP's first consumer NAS join the charts. We also provide a peek at RAID performance for both products.

WD NetCenter Network Drive: Low price but low performance

ImageJim Buzbee found Western Digital's NetCenter NAS to be a good value if you don't mind slow performance and a limited feature set.

Synology CS-406: Speedy, Flexible RAID5 NAS

ImageBill Meade liked Synology's Cube Station so much that he just might swear off building his own RAID NASes.

Maxtor builds performance, features into the Shared Storage II

Jim Buzbee found that Maxtor's second-generation Shared Storage NAS has what it takes to compete with the new generation of higher-performance networked storage.

Buffalo Technology LinkStation Pro: One Hot NAS!

Tim Higgins finds that Buffalo's lastest incarnation of its popular LinkStation NAS sets new performance highs.

Networked Storage Charts - August 2006 Update

It's been a busy month! Check out the latest changes and additions to our popular Networked Storage charts.

Qnap's TS-101 Aims High, But Falls Short

Qnap has aimed its TS-101 "9-in-1" NAS squarely at Synology's DS-106e. But Jim Buzbee finds that Qnap still has some work to do if it wants to claim top honors.

DIY NAS Smackdown

Bill Meade compares homebrew NASes using ClarkConnect, Ubuntu and Windows XP Pro and comes up with interesting and surprising results.
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