Buffalo is unusual in that it ships its NAS boxes pre-populated, which makes them expensive, but at least it removes the headache of drive compatibility. I've written a short piece for ZDNet UK about the 4TB version of the TS5400D, but below are three of the performance charts from Passmark Performance Test 7.
The TS5400D costs £850 for the 4TB version.
|The TS5400 has a locking front door and a bright status panel|
|Four hot-swap drive bays are pre-populated and configured in a RAID-5 array|
|Passmark Performance Test's overall Disk Mark shows good random read/write performance|
|The 2GB of memory and dual-core/4-thread CPU help give good performance in the Web Server workload test|
|A surprisingly good result in the workstation workload test|
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