Summary: Product works as described. You can use it as a "cloud" storage device and access all your information from the web. You can use it as a "NAS" storage device and access at high speed across your network. You can use it as a RAID in mirror or RAID w/o mirroring.
Summary: We have been using this unit for about a year now. We configured 2x 2TB WD20EARS hard drives in it and configure it as RAID 1 (mirror) so keep a backup of all our digital photos, music and movies. The first improvement over the unit we were using before was the improved access speed.
Summary: The NMH300 does exactly what it says it will do. People who are giving this NAS bad reviews because it isn't wireless, or won't play certain types of files are missing the point, and need to read about the product before purchasing it.
Pros: I use this to store digital pictures, movies, and music in a RAID 1 configuration. In addition to use as fault protected storage, I use this NAS to stream all of this content to my XBOX 360. It works flawlessly.
Cons: Remote access costs extra. (This is made very clear by Linksys, so no surprises here.)
Summary: I am using this primarily as a way to access files from away from home. Rather than set up a full file server this seemed like a cost saving avenue with the bonus of media playing anywhere. After reading some rather mixed feeling reviews I had some reservation on it's performance.
Pros: Can access it from anywhere you have a pc/mac and internet with FTP or Web interface. Easy setup and easy access. whisper quiet!
Summary: The Linksys NMH300 is very good product so don't shy away from it because it won't wipe a reviewers rear end!!!
Pros: The Linksys NMH300 is an excellent product and does what Linksys has advertised it will do!!! It’s sad to see people bash a product because it doesn’t do something it was never designed to do!!! Do the research before you write a review or purchase a product!!! Make sure it's what you're looking ...
Summary: the other reviewer seems to be missing the point. This is not a media center. It's a NAS branded as being specifically for media. Therefore, you put your media on it from any computer you own, then use a network streaming device with hardware media acceleration (such a media center PC, xbox 360,...