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Pros: Very stable signal, good USB3 NAS speed, was easy to get going in a basic configuration
Cons: The silver base looks detachable but isn't. We had to use zip ties to be able to mount it on a wall and it looks awkward in that configuration.
USB drive network share features need to be fixed - there are bugs around sharing the entire drive, or sharing more than one named folder, or having more than one sharing account
Other Thoughts: Tech support acknowledges online requests within a few days, but is slow to understand or offer any help with issues such as above.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAVPower 36W / 7.2A 4-Port iSmart USB Wall Charger / USB Desktop Charging Station for iPhone 6 plus, 6; iPad; Galaxy; Kindle; Google Nexus; Nokia Lumia; HTC; LG; External Battery Pack and More (Black)
Pros: Uses a standard detachable power cord and an internal power supply, which makes the main unit heavier and helps it stay put - while the small power plug does not occupy extra space on the power strip.
Cons: Does not workREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is a very promising product for me to edit large uncompressed HD video projects. For that use, swapping multiple industry grade hard drives with a reasonable care in storage and handling seems a far cheaper and simpler alternative than keeping them all online in a Thunderbolt RAID, with better performance.
Cons: I am puzzled by the manufacturer stated 2TB capacity limit in this day and age. Yes 2TB is still a lot, but I wonder if this is a hard limit or just they did not get to test with 4TB yet, or the limit only applies to a subset of OSes. I wish there was any data on this, from the manufacturer or other users. I would feel better about the device.READ FULL REVIEW