Conclusion: The Storcenter px2-300d is more than capable of providing a small- to medium-sized business with flexible and speedy network storage. In comparison to similar products, the px2-300d is an impressive device, and shines especially bright in the realms of backup and video surveillance. However, Iomega’s inclusion of enterprise-class hard drives pushes the price tag of a populated px2-300d to $1000.
Pros: Fast performance, User serviceable, Flexible configurations
Cons: Enterprise drives boost the price tag, Rear USB ports are USB 2.0
Iomega StorCenter px2-300d review: a NAS from EMC and Lenovo
25 December 2012
Excerpt: In recent months we reviewed a number of Iomega NAS devices. The EZ Media & Backup Center and the ix2 are primarily intended for the consumer market. The px2-300d that we are reviewing here is positioned a bit higher, and you could call it a high-end consumer model or entry-level consumer model.
Excerpt: The Iomega px2-300d is a two-bay NAS box that delivers very good performance, excellent backup and surveillance features, and a helpful LCD that reports on the unit's status (IP address, current time, storage remaining, and so on). Its EMC LifeLine operating system is also one of the more feature-rich ones in the industry. But you should buy this box bare—Iomega populates it with enterprise-class hard drives that jack up the price. Read more storage reviews .