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EZY Technologies MyXerver MX3600

EZY Technologies MyXerver MX3600

Low cost NAS box that doesn't skimp on features

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Back-up speed however, isn't the MyXerver's strong point. We attached a USB 2.0 Toshiba hard drive and copied a 5GB file in 59 seconds. The same file copying to the MyXerver took over five minutes – so it's not ideal if you're in a rush. However, the ongoing NTI Shadow backup should mean that, for average home or office use, your saved files should never be too far behind you.

EZY Technologies MyXerver MX3600

Easy on the eye and also available in black and grey

Verdict

With no fan it's gloriously quiet, and generally gets on with its job without drawing attention to itself. The fact that you can access it from anywhere, via the web, without the need for your computer to be switched on, is a very strong plus, as is the NTI Shadow backup software. It's a very useful addition to any home or small business network and a definite step up from a standard NAS server, for a very competitive price. ®

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EZY Technologies MyXerver MX3600

EZY Technologies MyXerver MX3600

Does more than the basics and looks good too – what's not to like?
Price: 500GB £118, 1TB £144 RRP

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