• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Rock solid product

    • Written by David H from Falls Church

    I've been using this product for the past 2-3 years connected to a Mac mini server and it has operated perfectly day in and day out. I have it configured with three volumes all over RAID 5 and it runs 24 hours a day, every day. For years. I've yet to have any failure of any drive or any other issue. Great product.

    1 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Pegasus R4

    • Written by Sergey M from Moscow

    I LOST three times my information
    1-2. Hitachi 4 by 1TB - Logical - 4 TB - Dead (raid10)
    3. Seagate 4 by 3TB -Logical -6Tb - DEAD (RAID1E)
    Logical drive has been placed offline! Data Loss!
    I'll never buy promise....

    1 of 5 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Prosumer RAID on the market

    • Written by Scott H from BEAUMONT

    Sorry Joseph L from Colorado Springs that you have a poor experience with this RAID, but the fault that you lost everything is upon you, not the RAID box. Learn how to use RAIDs correctly for their given purpose. I have two R4s, eleven R6s and three R8s, never have a box fail. Sure, had plenty of drives fail, but not a box, and have always been able to rebuild the RAID without any data loss. I use these boxes every day (I work in film and TV production) and highly recommend them.

    16 of 17 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    It's supposed to be a way to safely store info, but it lost mine

    • Written by Joseph L from Colorado Springs

    About 6 months after the warranty expired, it ruined everything for me. Suddenly no Mac can see the drive. Unfortunately for me, I had stored all my User info on mine running as a RAID 5. I thought that would be safer than leaving my user files on the internal drive. Not so, because now I can't log into my Mac Pro using my account at all. I had to set up a new account to even log in to try to repair the disk. It would finally show up in Disk Utility after several hours but then it said it couldn't be repaired. Finally it let me see the contents, and if I had another Drive just like this full of new HD's to copy all my data to, maybe I could salvage my info. As it stands I would need to spend $1,500 to get the same amount of storage to transfer it over to. I've tried everything. I can't access any of my time capsule backups. Basically, I put my trust in Raid 5 on this and it completely failed to protect me from anything. Ion fact the cause of all my problems appears to be a hardware issue with the Pegasus 2 R4 and it has wasted so far four days of time trouble shooting and doing without my files.

    37 of 75 people found this useful