Summary: The BlackArmor NAS 220 isn’t the absolute fastest NAS on the market, but it delivered very good performance in our tests. A single terabyte of storage won’t accommodate very many users, but the data redundancy of RAID 1 will protect whatever data you store on the box. And Seagate’s software and remote-access service add significant value to a well-priced product.
Pros: Relatively fast read speeds; useful software utilities; integrated iTunes and DLNA media servers; quiet.
Cons: Small capacity; no integrated BitTorrent client; no eSATA port.