Works great, great Windows PC experience, awefull mobile applications
islam ahmad, Amazon
8 March 2015
Summary: Works great, installed easily, 4TB hard drive inside, 1TB in the REAR USB, works just as expected. The Bad thing is not in the hardware, the cause of the missing star is the miserable and awfully bad Mobile applications.
Summary: Been using this for a year now. It has been reliable and can't think of anything to complain about. I like having media available to stream to devices without having to leave my computer on. I occasionally use the torrent client without issue as well.
Summary: I had the need for a simple RAID-1 NAS that could replace an old Buffalo Terastation that is 10+ years old and showing its age. It's simply for a personal backup on my network, not looking for a lot of bells and whistles.
Summary: This is a very nice NAS. It is the very first NAS I have ever owned, and I have learned a lot after purchasing this. I have nothing bad to say about this NAS, and the only things I don't like about it are my own fault for not looking into it better.
I have not fully exploited all of the functionality of ...
J. Gonto "MartiniGuy", Amazon
9 August 2014
Summary: I have not fully exploited all of the functionality of this little server yet. It's been operating without issue since the day I received it. I have not had any problems accessing my drives for storage, which really is my main requirement for this.
Summary: This is a great NAS. I use it with XBMC via gigabit and wireless, and it hasn't failed me. I haven't tried it with multiple instances of XBMC, but I would probably recommend only one instance at a time, unless RAID 1 is in use.
Summary: I've had the 325 v2 for about a week now. 3TB raid 1. It was easy to set up to my home network, all music movies and photos on a backed up home network and working with Sonos and my blu-ray is great.
Highly customizable and once configured it works great.
Critical Bill, Amazon
4 March 2014
Summary: I bought this with the intent of having a central location for all our media that the multiple TV-connected devices in the house could access from the router. In short, it looks like it will serve this purpose nicely. At first I was not happy with this device.
Summary: The Zyxel NSA325 V2 has space for two 2.5-inch or two 3.5-inch disks. The benefit of having a NAS with two disks is safety. You can arrange it in RAID 1, so that when one disk fails, you don't lose any data. For back-ups it's a nice fail-safe feature to have.