Pulling the QSAN’s XCube XT3002T out of its box, I was immediately impressed with its get-down-to-business-in-style good looks. I figured if it even came close to matching the performance of similar Synology and QNAP products, it would be a winner. It did, and it is.
But its many fine qualities aside, the XT3002T is not a great home-user box. It lacks several amenities that have long been standard with the competition, and the app ecosystem is limited. Regardless, out of the 15 or so NAS boxes I have on my test rack, it’s one of the three I leave running during office hours.
Can you actually buy one?
Finding the XT3002T for sale online in the U.S. was like tracking Bigfoot. It was only after I spoke with a QSAN representative that it appeared online at PC Pitstop. QSAN is relatively new to the North American market, so I’ll cut them some slack. It’s available now, and that’s all that matters.
Source:: IT news – Networking