Summary: This NAS drive replaced a server. It handles all of my basic features. Although it is primarily just a giant harddrive, with network access, it also has software that will handle shares, print sharing, remote access and a few other features. I think the best part is: it is very quiet.
Fantastic features, would like a little more device support
Sean L. Conley "teknooh", Amazon
29 September 2013
Summary: I've used this device for over a year now and love it. The web-accessible interface is intuitive, making it easy to set up and mirror multiple drives. It boots much more quickly than my other NAS and gives great feedback on the front-facing screen.
Summary: It's amazing how many people don't verify drive compatibility before making the investment. I purchased this and selected the 4 WD NAS Reds from the approved list and had no problems. This thing is extremely fast with dual NICS, jumbo frame support and disk caching.
Summary: Please take this review with some reservations on the results as I just got my NAS yesterday and didn't get a chance to play much with it. I will update this review down the road after a while. I was able to snatch a px4-300d for $199 shipped on another site (B&H), couldn't pass the offer.
Summary: I have purchased 3 of the px4's & 2 of the px6's. I was able to get them all to work OK with minimal effort. Iomega was purchased by EMC/Lenovo. I hope this decreases the support complaints of previous posters.
Summary: I've seen reviews on this product being slow, and not doing what it's supposed to do? I am not an Iomega fan but can't see to many options on market at this price. I would be really surprised you can find something better at this price. I paid 279 when was in sale.