I like it but would have passed and bought something with ...
IB Whitey, Amazon
8 April 2015
Summary: Its not as user friendly as I would expect. I wanted something that would automatically back up my data and this is not one to do that. Have had issues trying to get it to recognize the second hard drive and also if it stops midstream in a upload you have no idea .
Summary: Hats off to Netgear! I have a video security system and it's a constant struggle to open the right ports and enable off site access through my router and firewall. Netgear has made it ridiculously simple.
Summary: This is my first experience with such a device - I am somewhat technical but not a guru by any measure. The device was easy to setup and get going. My initial use was to place all of My laptop files on the device and automatically upload any file changes from my laptop to the NAS.
Summary: Immediately when I began to use this device it had problems. It took a call to customer support to get the device working (after a factory default reset.....why would it need this if it was brand new?). Only a few days after I got it up and running, the device became undiscoverable on my network.
Summary: Netgear NAS 102 model - DO NOT WASTE TIME WITH THIS COMPANY! I bought two NAS102 devices. None of the works reliably and Netgear despite superficial effort does not provide real support for these. Both devices do not have stable connection.
Summary: I have solo law practice, with my assistant. We wanted a device where we can store documents, created by either of us, under one folder for all clients, and be able to retrieve the documents, by either of us, edit and re-save as required.
Excerpt: I purchased this item after wasting 2 days on a WD EX2 4TB unit. This device with two new Toshiba 2TB hard drives was about $30 less, and its 10 times the NAS device! This NAS offers a great deal of functions, is fairly easy to setup, and is suprisingly fast in the read/write functions for a NAS in...