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Western Digital  Sentinel RX4100
8.4 out of 10

Western Digital Sentinel RX4100

Great Deal: $1,199.00

Reviews and Problems with Western Digital Sentinel RX4100

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Overall 4


Ethan Anthony "DonVirgo", Amazon
17 May 2015
  • Summary: I usually use Buffalo, but had used WD a long time ago for personal, so I figured I'd give them a fair shot by buying this product for business... BIG MISTAKE. This device may be good if you want to have a rackmounted NAS at home, but it has no place in a business!
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Overall 8

Big bang for my money

TajbirHeer, Amazon
26 August 2014
  • Summary: Great product at great price. Eventhough it was open box, It was in perfect condition. Huge savings than buying at list price.
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Overall 8

First Sentinel Rackmount NAS!

rbhatta "A Dinosaur you can trust!", Amazon
5 October 2013
  • Summary: Western Digital Corporation (WD) is well known in the industry for their superior quality ECO friendly Hard Disk drives and also other home media entertainment devices in their WD TV Streaming Media Player line of products.
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Overall 8

WD Sentinel RX4100 Rackmount Storage Server

D. Bez, Amazon
9 September 2013
  • Summary: I'm going to be upfront that this is not the most useful review I am writing. I received this product as a Vine reviewer, but I am not an IT person (though I do have some experience with rack-mounted servers, plus I have a Synology Home NAS for personal use).
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Overall 6

Everything arrived as described and on time - BUT! Update!

River Rat, Amazon
25 August 2013
  • Summary: Nice unit, the only down side is the Microsoft OS 25 User Limit. Nice unit for the money... would be 5 star of there was no limit to how many people are allowed to connect. We are a school and wanted to use it to access general files for the students and staff.
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Overall 10

A Lot to Offer with Step-by-Step Online Guides

Tanya McHenry, Amazon
14 August 2013
  • Summary: I am a learn as you go and do it yourself kind of PC user. What I mean by this is I learned about electronics and computers as I went. Networking didn't enter the picture until I had a few computers, and now I have several devices that also access my wire and WIFI network.
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