Data Robotics DroboPro FS USB2/FireWire
Fast and easy setup. Superior data protection. Runs quiet.
Expensive. No USB or eSATA ports. Not many extra features. Thin offering of third-party apps to extend functionality. No IPv6 support.
By HardwareZone.com on July 04, 2011
This article first appeared in HWM Jun 2011.Jack of all trades, master of none: Getting more features and functions for your money must mean good value. Drobo is begging to differ, with the DroboPro FS, an 8-bay business storage solution that is...80
By Digital Arts Online on April 06, 2011
Drobo storage devices have traditionally been aimed at individuals who need a reliable RAID storage system for their main work computer. The DroboPro FS is a more ambitious product, aimed at small-to-medium businesses and organisations that need...80
By Ars Technica on March 28, 2011
I have a buddy named Matt who's a digital pack-rat. He's the guy you call when you need a movie or a TV show, because chances are he's got it. Among the finer things in his collection is the entire multi-decade run of "Dr. Who," including...-
By PC Mag on February 11, 2011
The DroboPro FS does one thing superbly: protect data. If your business requires nothing more from a NAS, it's a good, albeit expensive option. If you want all the extras that come with other NAS devices, however, look elsewhere. Buy it...70