Critic reviews

7.0
1 review
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    8.0
  • Noise
    8.0
  • Design and form factor
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User reviews

8.2
4 reviews
7.0
CNET Apr 9, 2008

The D-Link DNS-323 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure is a comprehensive solution to extend your network storage and functionality. It offers great performance and, despite its long list of features, remains very easy to use.

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9.0
rack88 rack88

After owning this device for nearly 2 years, I am as happy with it as the day I bought it. It is very simple to use (snap your drives in and format), but has tons of features. Over the years, D-Link has been good enough to add support for torrents, iTunes, and many other things over the years....

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9.0
arcterex arcterex

The 323 works fine for most things, if you're a "normal" user this will serve you fine for your media/music/files. The problem with this device is twofold. First, it feels a bit old, it's at least 3 years old now (I think) and the UI and options feel like it. Not a big deal,...

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7.0
inoxdragoon inoxdragoon

Disappointed that drives are formatted using EXT rather than FAT. I dont have any Linux Machines, so if this were to give up the ghost, all the data is lost to me. RAID is a little clumsy, test rebuild of 50GB of data took 24hrs... Forget 500+GB rebuilds. Not Time Machine compatible and trying to...

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