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Pros: Worked and still does, it was a refurb.
Calibre converts/transfers books from PC.
Sturdy-feeling brushed aluminum.
Charges quickly, lasts.
Cons: No backlight.
Hard to see in dim conditions.
Other Thoughts: The unit feels sturdy, holds many hundreds of books, and starts up and shuts down quickly.
Had no problems synching non-purchased books from my vast BT collection.
Needs some light to see, though.
This review is from: Asustor AS-608T Diskless System Network Storage
Pros: Works well with WD Red 6TB's
Suitable for archiving
Cons: Only 1 GB RAM
Approved RAM Modules expensive
Difficulty connecting sometimes
Pre-installed folders can't be removed
Other Thoughts: Got mine elsewhere at 30% less cost. Got it to replace a Windows LGA 775 system and Highpoint 2720 SGL. Asustor is not as multi-functional but it's more compact.
No initial setup issues but sometimes is not "seen" by my computer and I have to run the Asustor Control Center and overwrite the Internet Explorer favorites shortcut. Not a big deal once you figure it out.
I use the unit for archiving BluRay transcodes by mapping a folder created on the unit as a network drive.
Had it over a month and am happy with it so far.
Pros: No DOA's in order of 4
Working fine in RAID 1/0 on Highpoint 2640x4 card
Kept dropping on Highpoint 2720SGL but we'll see if the replacement card fixes that, it's on the way with 2 more drives
Cons: Possibly don't play well with the 2720, but I do not know for sure, yet
Other Thoughts: Per GB cost not much more than 4TB's
Keep a fan on them when writing extensively, they get warm otherwise
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