NAS products are equal parts hardware performance and software features. One compliments the other in a balanced product. You need more hardware performance to run more software features at the same time.
ASUSTOR just released a new operating system, ADM 2.0. There are several included features from the factory, but the built-in App Central provides access to many more.
There are many more applications that ASUSTOR doesn't list on the specifications sheet. We'll take a look at the software later in this review.
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