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NETGEAR ReadyNAS 102 (RN10200-100NAS) Diskless System Network Storage

  • 1.2GHz processor and 512MB on-board memory
  • 2-bays for 8TB maximum capacity
  • Consolidate, backup and share files across Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android devices
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The NETGEAR ReadyNAS 102 is a 2-bay, network-connected NAS storage device designed and optimized for home users and small businesses. Powered by 1.2GHz Marvell Armada 370 processor and 512MB RAM, this system offers you a fast and easy way to centralize, access, and share your digital world. Its revolutionary ReadyNAS operating system redefines the way you use and manage the NAS device. Enjoy simple cloud-based setup, file access, and management with ReadyCLOUD. Sync files across your digital ecosystem with ReadyDROP. And extend the NAS functionality with an expanding library of software add-ons. Also rest assured knowing that stored data is well protected with RAID configuration, secured from any threat with unlimited snapshots along with real-time anti-virus and native encryption. The built in USB ports make storage expansion and file share a breeze.

 

  • newegg ReadyCLOUD Set-up and File Management Online portal means no software to download or IP addresses to enter when getting started.
  • newegg ReadyDROP/Dropbox File Synchronization File synchronization across NAS/PC/Mac/mobile devices.
  • newegg ReadyDLNA Media Streaming Stream movies, music, and photos to DLNA-enabled smart TV’s and game consoles.
  • newegg Genie+ Marketplace A platform for third party developers to deliver exciting, new applications for your ReadyNAS.
  • newegg Remote Backup for Time Machine Remote or local file backup and recovery from Mac computers using the Apple Time Machine utility.
  • newegg Modern GUI Sleek, modern interface that puts the tools you need where and when you need them.


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  • Micheal S.
  • 9/7/2013 9:39:52 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
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4 out of 5 eggsGreat NAS, great Price!

Pros: The unit itself is small and worked-well out of the box. I connected, downloaded the f/w update, and installed anti-virus in no-time. It's accessible to my network and, being pre-configured I didn't have to do much more than just turn it on. My plans are to use the NAS as home-entertainment media storage.

Although I was pleasantly surprised by the unexpected features (being able to load and run apps natively), in the end, the NAS is sitting there doing what I wanted it to do -- serve files, mirror files.

Cons: The CPU (arm) isn't powerful enough to do video transcoding. If you're going to use this unit to store your media files, don't waste time installing the plex app (which is cool that it's supported) as the limited CPU means that the native plex app isn't going to be much more that a cataloger for your collection.

I purchased the NAS with the intention of streaming to my Roku3 -- and that's how I learned, (being a complete noob to entertainment streaming), about the limitations of the arm processor and video transcoding.

Currently, I've appropriated an older AMD X2 box for the Plex server and have attached the NAS to this machine and all works wonderfully in Roku land.

Other issue I has is that Netgear's online support and documentation is either sparse, non-applicable to this model, or out-dated. You'll spend quite a bit of time muddling through things while fighting their horribly-designed website. I've abandoned several sub-projects in favor of just letting the unit sit there and quietly serve and mirror.

Other Thoughts: As in all things, caveat-utilitor -- had I known about the arm-cpu limitation, I probably would have invested in a more powerful unit. otoh, I wasn't expecting to be able to run Plex natively on the NAS, so that was just an unexpected bonus that didn't pan out. For what I originally intended to use the NAS for, it works great!

I took an egg off the review because of the dreadful online support from netgear.

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