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Cisco ISA550W Integrated Security Appliance Reviewed

Cisco ISA550WCisco's ISA550W has an impressive mix of security features and wireless, routing and VPN performance.

TRENDnet TEG-160WS 16-Port Gigabit Web Smart Switch Reviewed

TRENDnet TEG-160WSTRENDnet's TEG-160WS is a decent 16 port Gigabit smart switch, but missing a few key features that even low-end products should have.

Iomega ix4-300d StorCenter Network Storage Reviewed

Iomega ix4-300d StorCenter NAS ServerIomega's ix4-300d has good performance compared to other Marvell-based NASes.

Buffalo CES 2013 Announcements

CES logoBuffalo's 2013 CES announcements include a refresh of its LinkStation NAS lineup and new draft 802.11ac routers.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS Duo v2 Reviewed

NETGEAR ReadyNAS Duo v2NETGEAR's entry-level dual-bay ReadyNAS Duo v2 is still hard to beat for flexibilty.

Synology DS413j DiskStation Reviewed

Synology DS413j DiskStationThe DS413j DiskStation is Synology's least-expensive way to get one of its RAID 5 NASes.

Iomega Adds Intel, Marvell NASes

Iomega logo Iomega has announced new two and four-bay NASes.

ZyXEL NSA325 2-Bay Power Plus Media Server Reviewed

ZyXEL NSA325ZyXEL's NSA325 delivers plenty of features and decent performance in a RAID 1 NAS for surprisingly little cost.

Synology Pops Out Wireless Two Bay and Atom Twelve Bay NASes

Synology logoSynology has announced two NASes: one wireless-connected; the other aimed at professional photo storage.

Synology Announces Inexpensive-ish Four Bay NAS

Synology logoSynology has added a four-bay offering to its home NAS line.

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