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Review: Seagate BlackArmor NAS 220 Server
9 November 2009
Excerpt: Keeping files on a half dozen different computers scattered around the house doesn’t make a lot of sense. For many homes (and small offices), it’s a better idea to centralize things on a network-attached storage device, or NAS.
Pros: Up to 4 terabytes of easily accessible storage. Basic setup takes less than five minutes; ships preconfigured with most-commonly used settings. Default RAID 1 design means data is secure right out of the box. Small and unobtrusive.
Cons: Management console could be (a lot) friendlier, especially for novices. No wireless. )