04 August, 2014: The ReadyNAS Ultra 4 is compact for a four-bay NAS server. On the front it has a large door that opens to reveal the hard-drive trays, which can be pulled out easily without using any tools. Once a hard drive is installed, a tray can be firmly locked into its place via a latch. Below the drive bays’ door, there’s a small LCD that shows the IP address of the NAS server and the current status of the internal hard drive. On top of the drive bays are a USB port and a Backup button that quickly copy content of a USB drive to the server’s internal storage.

On the back, the server offers two Gigabit Ethernet ports and another two USB ports. The network ports can be used at the same time for failsafe and load-balancing purposes; they won’t work together to increase the ceiling throughput speed. The USB ports are to host external storage devices or printers. The ReadyNAS Ultra 4 has the least number of ports we’ve seen in a high-end NAS server. Others tend to offer four or more USB ports and a few eSATA ports.

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