The undeniably handsome Netgear ReadyNAS 212 (available for $300 diskless on Amazon) is easily one of the fastest NAS boxes we’ve ever tested. It’s also a box we’d trust in a workplace environment: It’s solidly constructed, with two gigabit ethernet ports supporting aggregation, and the B-Tree file system (BTRFS). BTRFS is sometimes referred to as the “better” file system due to its extensive backup and redundancy features. Most users will be fine with the EXT4 file system most boxes employ, but IT types love BTRFS.
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