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Pros: This device has a ton of features at a very low price. It will do site-to-site VPN, as well as browser-based VPN. It is absurdly flexible and loaded with a ton of features. VLANs, granular routing, flexible management, all is here at a great price.
Cons: The interface is extremely complex. It takes a while to learn. But again, very flexible, and once you get over the learning curve, it is a great deal.
Other Thoughts: Don't hesitate to contact support for questions. They are based in southern California and I was really happy with contacting their support, asking questions, and seeing just how helpful they would/could be. I was pleasantly surprised that they were very knowledgeable and happy to explain the interface and work with me. Great service and great product.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 3 TB at an affordable price, the boasted speed of being faster than your average single drive NAS is very accurate. Great response and IO for the money. Interface is great, flexible, and has lots of cool features.
Other Thoughts: Got this for a small business client who wanted to back up data from office, over a VPN, to her house. Was able to divide between 2 folders, one being a home share for home backups with no password protections, and another folder for business sharing that is password protected. Very easy to set up. Very flexible. At the price it really can't be beat for features or performance. Great buy!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Takes 100 watt AMD CPUs just dandy
-BIOS is pretty decent, works without taking forever or having some of the glitchy issues/delays of other boards in this range.
-Has a USB3 header for front USB 3 panel
Cons: Nothing is really bad on this board relative to the price. It only has 2 DIMM slots and a limit to number of add-on cards, but at this price point, so what.
Other Thoughts: My brother in law wanted a budget gaming computer. This motherboard, plus a quad core 3.9 AMD CPU and 8 GB RAM only about $200! I had seen reviews on Newegg that this board has a lot of complaints about DOA, but I did not have this issue. The CPU power connector is an 8 pin connector, not a 4 pin connector, so make sure power supply purchased comes with an 8 pin power connector, otherwise I suspect the board will be labeled DOA, when a cheap PSU is really to blame that doesn't have needed connectors. The one I got was an 80+ Bronze unit, 600 watt. Cost right around $50 so not expensive at all. Also put in 8GB (2 x 4 GB) of Muskin DDR3 and R7 GDDR5 1GB video card. Card was under $100 and works beautifully. The RAM is plenty sufficient and system really works great, and is particularly impressive at this price point. The more expensive D4 FM2 boards will offer a few more bells and whistles, but this board at this price point is really impressive.READ FULL REVIEW