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Asustor AS 602T Review

Rating: 8.5.

We have reviewed many NAS systems over the last two years and today we are looking at our first product from Asustor, a subsidiary group of electronics giant ASUS. The 602T is a dual drive system with full cross platform support. 

There is no doubt that ASUS are a force to be reckoned with. They generate billions of dollars a year in revenue and release a huge variety of products from motherboards and graphics cards to tablets, headsets and sound cards. Setting up a dedicated division for networked devices means they are taking NAS systems seriously.

There are six products available including the AS 602T, AS 604T, AS 606T and AS 608T. The last digit (before the ‘T’) represents the number of drives each unit can accommodate. Therefore we can work out, there are already 2, 4, 6 and 8 drive bays in the line up.

Has the AS 602T got what it takes to challenge the likes of Synology? At £399 inc vat, it is definitely targeting the high end enthusiast user.

Product overview:

  • Superior personal cloud storage space
  • Diverse array of apps for multimedia and digital home entertainment
  • 24/7 round-the-clock download assistant
  • Your complete backup solution
  • Support for a multitude of mobile apps
  • Designed for energy efficiency and quiet operation

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  • harris

    I really like the look of this NAS system, great product from the new company!

  • eran

    They will have problems selling this – they should have just used the ASUS name. people will think its a different far east company trying to ride on the ASUS section of the name.

  • Greg

    Good review and good results – the product is well finished, you can always tell from the trays, belive it or not. if they put in the quality with the springs, felt covers and disengaging mechanisms, they are putting it in elsewhere.