ASUSTOR lists four different NAS products with four drive bays. We've already tested the ASUSTOR AS-604T, the company's most powerful 4-bay NAS, and today we're testing the next 4-bay model down, the AS-304T.
The difference between these two models comes down to just a few details. The first is processor speed, the AS-604T has an Intel Atom dual-core processor that runs at 2.13GHz. The AS-304T dual-core Atom runs at 1.6GHz. The second detail is the LCD display, present on the AS-604T and omitted on the AS-304T. The connectivity options are nearly identical, the upper scale model has two gigabit Ethernet ports and the AS-304T only has one.
As you can imagine there is a price difference as well. The AS-604T costs roughly $100 more than the AS-304T. Let's take a look at the full specifications, and then dive into the fine details.
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