Conclusion: While small in size, the N1T1 delivers the same mix of performance and features we've come to expect from LG's two and four bay NAS devices. The unit is well constructed and comes equipped with a 1TB hard drive that is partitioned for use both as an NAS and an external hard drive.
Pros: Built-in DVD rewriter, External HDD and ODD modes, One touch DVD/CD backup, One touch and automatic USB backup, Built-in backup, FTP and print servers, iTunes music and DLNA media servers, WebDAV file management, Apple Time Machine support, Torrent file sharing, Gigabit Ethernet NIC, Easy to use ...
Cons: Hard drive is not removable, Only one USB port, Cannot schedule backups to external hard drives, Cannot transfer data from the NAS to storage devices, Administrator rights limited to default admin account, Only a 1 year warranty
Excerpt: Unlike any other network storage drive we’ve seen, the N1T1 also works as an external hard drive or a DVD burner. Factor in speedy performance and folder-level access control, and it justifies the price.
Pros: Speedy, Also operates as external hard drive and DVD burner, Includes folder-share access control, Works with Time Machine
Cons: Pricey for capacity, Backup app doesn’t support automated backups, So-so documentation, Functionality as external hard drive limited under Mac OS