Summary: This is my first NAS type drive, so I don't have anything to compare it against, but I believe, for the price, this is good drive. For any Windows or Mac user just looking for a common location to store files, it's more than adequate. However, for my purposes, I'm a little disappointed.
Summary: Challenge: My wife and I both work from home and needed an on site backup solution for 5 PCs and 1 Mac. To me networks have always been complicated so I always used a USB backup drive separately for each computer. This got to be a very old scenario.
Summary: Has had to be reset once or twice in three years. The interface for transfers is awful, but if you are willing to use a ftp transfer software, the thing works pretty good. Trying to use the "usb" feature of that device is cumbersome and unreliable.
Summary: My primary reason for buying this NAS drive was to replace an old, failed time capsule used for backing up my main computer. The Drobo NAS I would have preferred was way out of my price range.
Summary: This Network Disk was purchased with the intension of being used in a Mac Only environment for professional graphic design and 3D modeling services. 4 macs on a gigabit Ethernet network. Amazon packaging was done properly, arrived in perfect condition. LaCie packaging was done very well.
Summary: I've had this drive set up for 6 weeks or so and have been happy with the results. It seems reliable, works consistently, and was easy to set up. Data rates don't seem lightning quick and the internal software does not seem to like Safari (I have been successful using Firefox), but otherwise I have...
Summary: I've had this drive for a few months now and generally like it. It has a small footprint, lots of storage capacity, and was pretty easy to set up. The user interface is decent but not totally intuitive -- I had to mess around with the Public and Private shares to get my various systems (1 Windows 7,...