Reviews and Problems with Buffalo TeraStation Pro II
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Buffalo TeraStation Pro II Review: Good performer, odd design choices
27 October 2008
Conclusion: Four SATA Drive NAS with support for RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10.
Pros: Gigabit Interface, LCD information status panel, Easy setup wizard, Quiet operation, Multiple notifications of disk errors, Built-in backup to other Buffalo NAS Devices, Support for DFS
Cons: Drives not hot swappable, Rebuilding RAID requires manual intervention after replacing drive, No support for Daylight savings or authenticated SMTP mail, "Middle of the pack" performance, USB drives didn’t mount and share as expected
Conclusion: The TeraStation Pro II is a quick and easy way to add a terabyte of reliable, fast storage to any network. It's plug and play with an easy to use, Web-based front-end, plus there's free Memeo backup software to handle most users' backup needs. It comes with a two-year warranty.