Seagate NAS HDD at ebuyer.com
Seagate NAS HDDs are available in three storage sizes; 2TB, 3TB and 4TB and provide the largest capacity and best-performing storage for 1-to 5 bay NAS systems.
The Seagate HDDs uses NASworks™ technology to improve reliability, minimise vibrations, has a low power option for users who have NAS applications running 24/7 and are compatibility tested with some of the industry’s top NAS providers such as D-Link, Buffalo, Netgear and Synology, and is specifically designed to minimise vibration effects.
The NAS HDD range is also available with an optional Seagate +Rescue which is a 3-year data recovery service to ensure the user’s data is not lost.
There have been several tried and tested reviews of the Seagate NAS HDDs including the ones below from Storage Review and Tom’s Hardware:
“To compare, we tested the Seagate NAS HDD against the WD Red, the only other small NAS-specific drive on the market as well as the entry-enterprise WD Se and Seagate Constellation CS which are designed larger NAS deployments. The Seagate NAS HDD 4TB outperformed the WD Red 3TB in just about every test.”
Storage Review: http://www.storagereview.com/seagate_nas_hdd_review
“These are the only two drive models on today’s market that specifically target the 1- to 5-bay NAS segment. The Seagate NAS HDD units we tested, with their latest NASWorks firmware, do have the clear upper hand throughout nearly all of our tests. That advantage can range from nil up to roughly 30%, depending on the workload scenario. But when you consider that Seagate’s option is a bit more affordable, the gap between them opens even wider.”
“For now, Seagate’s NAS HDD emerges as our clear winner in the 1- to 5-bay SOHO/SMB storage race.”
The Seagate 4TB NAS HDD is suitable for home, business and back-up use.