This SMB targeted NAS boasts high-end features that were once only found on enterprise-level storage hardware.
The QNAP HS-251 is a two-bay NAS which makes for a near silent set-top box for home cinema enthusiasts.
This fast five-bay network storage appliance can survive just about any disaster going.
It adds capacity and a bit more besides to the media transcoding and streaming capabilities of its smaller brother, the DS214play.
The first desktop NAS to feature 10GbE networking as standard, the ReadyNAS 716 is an impressive performer.
A quick and very capable four-bay small business NAS with lots of features beyond basic file sharing.
The EDS14 isn't the fastest or cheapest NAS box around, but it fills an important niche in the market.
This NAS is suitable for either SMBs or the demanding home user, but its budget price means a number of corners have been cut.
The office-friendly RN104 is around the same price as a home drive, featuring a modest processor and memory configuration.