ramtor said: Deal is over ($100), but should go with ZyXEL NSA325. Mutch better specs (CPU, performance, apps. It will be back sooner or later R u sure the 325 is better? I've seen a lot of bad reviews, 1 star reviews on Amazon and Newegg.
rrapynot said: I had an NSA210 and could never get transfer speeds above 8 or 9 mb/s. Bought an old core 2 duo PC instead and get 90 mb/s and don't need to hack it to get extra functionality. Not familiar with that particular NAS but have a few of the Dlink equivalents. They did need to be tweaked for performance but it was worth it to me get the low power draw at idle compared to my repurposed desktop. I got about 30MB/s transfer rate for large files which was more than enough for my video streaming needs.
ramtor said: Deal is over ($100), but should go with ZyXEL NSA325. Mutch better specs (CPU, performance, apps. It will be back sooner or later Deal seems alive.
Have you seen a performance comparison between the 320 and the 325 somewhere? The 325 has a faster CPU and a USB 3 port and there was at least one 320 reviewer who speculated that the file transfer performance was going to improve only marginally with the faster CPU.
I am looking for a NAS solution for my home. I am debating to choose this kind of desktop top NAS boxes or go with Pogoplug Series 4 device where I can connect any portable or desktop drives through usb port. With pogoplug device I can easily unmount my portable drive and carry it anywhere. These NAS boxes are a fixed setup. Any suggestions or recommendations?
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