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NETGEAR ReadyNAS NV+ v2 4-bay (diskless) w/ 3 yr warranty (RND4000-200NAS)
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1 out of 5 eggs I thought I would get a good one, guess not :( 12/31/2011

This review is from: NETGEAR ReadyNAS NV+ v2 4-bay (diskless) w/ 3 yr warranty (RND4000-200NAS)

Pros: 12TB Max Capacity, USB 3.0 external ports

Cons: The other reviews pretty much hit everything that is wrong with this unit. If looking at it by itself without comparing it against anything else, it is not all too bad, but compared against the readynas V1, this thing looks terrible (and it is newer and much more expensive). This unit loves to just drop off the network in the middle of a large file copy to it (never have this problem with V1's).

The prices for this thing are all over the place. Last week it was $50 more than the ReadyNAS NV+ V1 making it a tough decision, today it is $150 more. We have 1 of these and 2 Readynas V1's. If 8TB of storage is enough for you, buy the V1 (it works better, crashes less) and save about $150 (right now)!!!!

Other Thoughts: I would highly recommend grabbing the V1's while they are available at the price they are now. If you put a ReadyNAS NV+ V1 side by side with a ReadyNAS NV+ V2 and load both of them with 4 new idential 2TB drives each, the readynas V1 is superior in every way!


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Date Joined: 12/29/11

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