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Netgear ReadyNAS 214 RN21400

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  • Netgear ReadyNAS 214 Four-Bay Consumer NAS Review

    Conclusion These ReadyNAS units always throw me off my game when I consistently see the latest Intel platforms roll through on QNAP, Synology and ASUSTOR appliances. When I see a NAS using an ARM Cortex A15, I just immediately think it's going to be slow or won't be able to handle the workloads. Somehow now and in the past, Netgear seems to get these appliances dialed in to provide solid file performance on a consistent basis. This adds to the excellent build quality of these units as every device that I have ever tested is a tank in its own right.  With pure file performance, the ReadyNAS did quite well, especially in sequential where this device touched 118 MB/s in RAID 0 and RAID 10 while RAID 5 wasn't far behind at 110 MB/s. Single Client testing didn't paint the best picture for the RN214, but it was able to handle multiple streams in RAID 0 and RAID 10. In workloads, this NAS did amazingly well with the Database workload getting close to 1000 IOPS in every RAID mode.  As a bonus, Netgear does have a rather easy to learn Web GUI. It uses a tabbed layout over the desktop feel that many vendors go with and while at first you will need to dig around to get a feel for where everything is at, it is one of the most streamlined solutions. Adding to this is Netgear's ReadyCloud software that aids in setting up backups for all of your devices including PC, Macs, and smart devices, putting all of your data in one location that is accessible all the time. In closing, the RN214 is a rock solid NAS appliance, and while it can perform exceptionally well as a media streaming solution, it performs even better as a file server. However, at the fairly heavy MSRP of $499.99, there may be better options to consider overall for your hard-earned dollars.