WD My Passport X 2 TB review

The WD My Passport X portable hard drive offers additional storage space for Xbox One owners, and it is a solution definitely worth looking into closely. The Xbox One require those who own it to download each game to their hard drive, meaning storage space is precious indeed. Between apps, the games themselves, and save… Read More »

ASUS Merlin aka. asuswrt-merlin

Asuswrt-Merlin is actively developed, custom firmware built based on ASUS asuswrt -firmware mainly developed by Eric Sauvageau. Usually – and for a reason – I don’t get so hyped for custom firmware. Often custom firmware changes some functionalities to worse, breaks something or adds some major functionalities. This can cause problems and unexcpeted bugs. But… Read More »

QNAP QGenie 7-in-1 Mobile NAS review

The QNAP QGenie 7-in-1 Mobile NAS (QG-103N) is a prime example of how far mobile technology has come in recent years. This mobile device allows you to transfer files from your phone or tablet using the myQNAPcloud service as well as Qfile, Qsync, and much more. There is no doubt that this can be an… Read More »

Synology DS713+ Review

The Synology DS713+ is a good choice for the small to medium sized business that is looking for a robust, reliable NAS server that can be expanded as the business expands. While the DS713+ may appear small, having only two-bays with a maximum 8TB capacity, this completely ignores the fact that it can be added… Read More »

QNAP TS-451 Review

Just a few years ago, NAS appliances were typically purchased to be used as simple storage solutions. However, this would quickly change as the market started to change. What started out as a less than stellar Marvell SoCs that would barely transfer data at rates of 70 MB/s, quickly turned into HDMI ports and Atom… Read More »