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Asustor 	AS-304T
9.1 out of 10

Asustor AS-304T

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Asustor AS-304T: 4-Bay Intel Evansport NAS Review

26 March 2014
  • Conclusion: The Asustor AS-304T is a 4-bay NAS, and most users are going to use it in a RAID-5 configuration for optimal balance of redundancy and capacity. Hence, we performed all our expansion / rebuild testing as well as power consumption evaluation with the unit configured in RAID-5.
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ASUSTOR AS-304T Multi Media Storage Server

Ninja Lane
6 March 2014
  • Summary: We have been using the ASUSTOR AS-304t for a couple months now and actually struggled to figure out what to include in the review. On the surface the AS-304T is a typical network appliance with hardware data redundancy and a powerful dual core Atom 1.6Ghz processor.
  • Pros: Powerful Atom 1.6Ghz Processor, Four Drive RAID Support, HDMI Out, Lots of Applications, Linux Based OS, Shell Access, Media Server
  • Cons: App central installs are not fully automated, No source control apps, yet
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ASUSTOR AS-304T NAS Server Review

12 November 2013
  • Conclusion: The AS-304T is the very first NAS Server we received by ASUSTOR (more already here) and because of that we didn't really expect much from it especially when it comes to user friendliness and functionality.
  • Cons: - Limited Support For IP Cameras (Currently), - Can’t Add More DDR3 RAM
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Tweak Town
17 October 2013
  • Summary: The ASUSTOR AS-304T doesn't break any new ground for performance or features, but it does bring the whole bag of tricks at a lower price point than what we're accustomed to. At roughly $450, the ASUSTOR AS-304T is a low cost solution that brings enterprise features to the consumer class.
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Asustor AS-304T

Legion Hardware
24 September 2013
  • Summary: What made the Asustor AS-304T such an attractive product for us was the price tag, at $520 it is one of the cheapest Atom powered NAS devices we have tested. Furthermore there are few high-end 4-bay Atom powered NAS devices that are available for such a competitive price.
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Overall 8

This 4-bay NAS unit adds great consumer appeal by doubling as a media centre.

Good Gear Guide.au
21 November 2013
  • Conclusion: A few smart additions turn what would otherwise be a regular 4-bay NAS into a great home-theatre PC, helping justify its cost and reduce your living-room tech clutter.
  • Pros: Standalone media centre functionality, Wide range of functions and apps, Good read/write performance
  • Cons: Single Ethernet port, Difficult folder management for admins
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Expert Review

29 October 2014
  • Summary: On a donc un très bon NAS quatre baies qui permet de faire de la grosse sauvegarde et avec des applications régulièrement mises à jour et beaucoup de disponibilité pour trouver son bonheur.
  • Pros: Interface, Finition, Applications
  • Cons: Consommation ?, Sorties vidéo ?, Performances en écriture ?
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