Summary: This device was, when purchased, as servicable NAS. After the latest update, however, it is UNUSABLE as a full featured network storage device. There is no support for basic features like RAID1 or JBOD. From what I can see, there is no way to map two drives at the same time.
Summary: Not a Mac friendly product. To use with OSX Lion you have to install the new interface and firmware which requires you to re-format the disks and the process can only be done from a Windows machine.
Summary: I purchased this unit a week before Lion was released to the public. One of the main purposes of purchasing this unit was to use Time Machine to back up my 3 Macs. LG has been known to have good technical support and promised an update in September.
Summary: This is my 1st NAS unit & I am thrilled with its' performance and feature set. I purchased this unit primarily for media storage with backing up data as a 2nd overall need. The unit was nicely packaged and setup was a snap.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: Plug the box onto the network and install the supplied software - quite simple really. Only niggle at the moment is that I can't seem to access the Blu Ray writer from the host PC to write data not on the disks in the device.
Summary: I was impressed with this unit as soon as I took it out of the box. This unit is of quailty build and extremely attractive and has many bells and whistle to make it a worthy addtion to a network, but LG has made the fatal flaw, poor documentation. The unit's documentation is woefully inadequate.
Pros: Style/Design, Quality, features
Cons: Difficult to use, settings, poor documentation
Summary: I purchased the N2B1DD2 to use as a backup device for a PET scanner which produces 20-50 Gbytes of data per study. Unfortunately the Windows 2003 Server Edition is not able to mount the NAS share (works with XP or Linux).