The devices on this page represent the best among their respective categories.
Seagate BlackArmor 420 is a decent NAS server. However, not having the capability to dynamically change the current RAID setup's capacity makes it much less desirable for either home or business users.
Seagate BlackArmor 440 is a workhorse NAS server that combines the currently largest possible amount of storage with an average number of features and performance that could be better.
The Seagate BlackArmor 220 is a good entry-level NAS server for small business and advanced users.
Given its relatively low price, the Seagate Business Storage 4-Bay NAS is worth the investment.
The QNAP TS-469 Pro is one of the best four-bay NAS servers on the market and will eventually justify the price you pay for it.
Although Seagate BlackArmor is difficult to use for networking novices, it is a good choice for small-business and advanced users.
The QNAP TS-412 makes a very good NAS server for environments where advanced network storage is needed.
The LG N1T1 is an excellent device for those who need a flexible external storage device without demanding much in regard to storage capacity.
With decent throughput performance, the Uebo S400 Connected Storage NAS server might be a simple network storage solution for those who don't mind spending the time to figure it out.
Fast and relatively simple, the D-Link ShareCenter DNS-325 NAS server makes a good home network storage solution for data sharing, media streaming, and backups. Those who want more features and easier remote data access, however, should check out some alternatives.