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Asustor AS3102T review

Last updated on January 4th, 2017 at 12:28 am


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Besides an image of the NAS unit, the front of the box has a panel containing the hardware specifications and a line of icons displaying what the AS3102T can be used for.

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One side of the box has a walkthrough of how to use the Asustor AiMaster app to configure the AS3102T using a tablet or smartphone. There’s also descriptions of Photo Gallery, LooksGood (video) and SoundsGood (audio) apps. The other side of the box shows some ideas of what the AS3102T can be used for besides just dumping files on.

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The rear of the box is covered by multilingual resumes of some of the AS3102T’s features.

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The box bundle that comes with the AS3102T contains everything you need to get the unit up and running; 60W Delta Electronics power supply, Ethernet cable, enough thumbscrews to mount two drives, a quick start-up guide, and an installation CD.

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