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Pros: I bought this as a starter computer for my daughter and I couldn't be more pleased with it. Everything looked brand new when I opened it and I was able to upgrade to Windows 10 which was one of the first things I did. If you want a decent computer that isn't a gaming rig then this should work.
Cons: Resolution isn't cutting edge and HDD is not SSD but for the price I didn't expect it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The price was good and the driver loads were easy especially if you use the bios driver tool.
Cons: I could not find drivers for server 2012 for some of the on board hardware. The nic card being the big one on my list since I couldn't do nic teaming without the driver or spending even more money on a dual nic card. So while this is a cheap board for consumer OS installs don't get it if you want to build a NAS with a Windows Server product (yes I know a small market.)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Lenovo 70A69003NA Diskless System Iomega ix2 Network Storage 2-bay
Pros: So, setup was easy and sharing out to windows was a breeze. Everything worked great (although not as fast as I would have liked) for around 11 months.
Cons: On the 11th of ownership I suffered several brownouts in succession. The power fluctuations didn't destroy the hardware but it lost the ability to read my data on the drives. After trying to get the drive mounted under linux and then contacting support (very rude at first) I eventually came to terms that data recovery would not be practical. The drive is working and linux can see the partions in LVM but I can't see any logical volumes. What good is a device that looses data after a brownout/blackout? I have since attached it to a UPS but the damage is done.
Other Thoughts: If I have to do it over again I would get a QNAP or Synology.READ FULL REVIEW