On our test bench today is an Asustor NAS for enthusiast home users who need something strong and feature-rich. The AS5102T not only offers the functionality of a NAS, but can also play the role of a fully featured multimedia player or be the brains of a surveillance setup. This unit can take up to two HDDs and utilizes a quad-core Intel Bay Trail CPU (J1900). Clocked at 2 GHz, it can boost up to 2.42 GHz when the need for more computational power arises. According to Asustor, it is capable of up to 220 MB/s read and write speeds if its two Ethernet ports are combined through the Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP). However, you do need compatible switches, probably managed ones, that support the protocol. Most home users have less advanced switches without LACP.
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