Summary: Inital Impressions: Just came in the mail yesterday and I had it up and running in no time with no speed bumps along the way. The setup was a breeze and I had all my movies transferred from my external drives to this in a few hours (using usb 3 connection which avg ~50-85mbps).
Summary: My favorite low cost nas. I bought this one to act as a dvr for my web cams. The software for recording camera images is basic and basically works. licenses for 4 cameras included. The nas does so much more than I need, but most do. Good value. thinking about getting one for home.
Summary: I have been looking for a NAS drive for a long time. I was trying to keep the price down to a minimum but couldn't find anything that met my requirements at a price I was willing to pay. I am glad I waited. While I haven't had the unit long, it seems to work flawlessly.
Summary: After about a week of using this, I love it! Very easy to set up and good transfer speeds. I had a cheap Buffalo Linkstation NAS that was starting to flake out on me and after reading some reviews about Asustor, I decided to give it a chance.
Summary: While it is not the easiest product to jump into as a complete beginner to NAS devices, it is impressively powerful and simple to use once one has got the basics down. In my opinion, the price, quality, and additional features (apps and services) form a solid purchase.
Cons: Multimedia functionality don't work as advertised. This box uses the XBMC app for local playback through it's HDMI port, but the application just doesn't work. Video stutters, lags and files encoded with 7.1 audio formats won't play at all. After waiting around for two months it looks like the co...