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Synology Upgrades Dual-Bay NAS Line

Synology logo Synology has announced two dual-bay NASes using Marvell and Freescale CPUs.

QNAP TS-412 Turbo NAS Reviewed

QNAP TS-412QNAP's TS-412 rounds out QNAP's new family of lower-cost Marvell-based NASes.

QNAP TS-212 Turbo NAS Reviewed

QNAP TS-212QNAP's TS-212 is a new inexpensive two-bay NAS with all the features of its bigger (and more costly) siblings.

New To The Charts: LG N1A1 1 Bay Super Multi NAS

LG N1A1 1 Bay Super Multi NASThe LG N1A1 1 Bay Super Multi NAS has been added to the NAS Charts.

New To The Charts: QNAP TS-419P+

QNAP TS-419P+The QNAP TS-419P+ has been added to the NAS Charts.

New To The Charts: QNAP TS-219P+

QNAP TS-219P+The QNAP TS-219P+ has been added to the NAS Charts.

New To The Charts: QNAP TS-119P+

QNAP TS-119P+The QNAP TS-119P+ has been added to the NAS Charts.

LaCie 5 Big Network 2 Reviewed

LaCie 5big Network 2LaCie's update of its Linux-based five-bay NAS is underpowered compared to the competition.

Synology Unveils NAS With New Dual-Drive Design

Synology DS211+Synology has announced a dual-bay NAS sporting a new case design

New To The Charts: Synology DS211

Synology DS211The Synology DS211 has been added to the NAS Charts.

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Over In The Forums

Hey guys. For some reason the router keeps defaulting to 100mbps on my desktop PC. Here's what I know so far...1) Not a cable issue, cable works fine ...
Hey all,As a followup to my recent post in the wireless forum around designing a network for my house (thanks @coxhaus and @Trip , I'm hoping to get s...
Hi, everyone! I'm new here -and in this little world of tweaking the router-. I've read a lot of posts and I think I am in a very advanced point of wh...
I just saw this. I wonder how many Wi-Fi devices use Realtek chips?https://arstechnica.com/information...attackers-crash-or-compromise-nearby-devices/...
HiI recently bought an Asus RT-AC68U to take over router duties from a crappy cable modem provided by my ISP. Since some reorganizations in the summer...

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