Iomega further expands their collection of NAS devices with the StorCenter ix2-200 NAS, where this dual-bay NAS server can be set up in RAID 1 configuration for additional data protection. Unfortunately, it still retains its predecessor’s main gripe – slotting in a new hard drive is trickier than you can imagine since it will take a fair bit of screwdriving to get it done, translating to it being not hot-swappable. Apart from that, it will also miss out on an eSATA port for external storage. On the bright side, the Iomega StorCenter ix2-200 NAS does feature Bluetooth connectivity, a trio of USB 2.0 ports alongside a wide range of network storage features. Iomega specially designed this to be eco-minded, consuming less juice compared to its predecessors. You can pick up the 1TB, 2TB and 4TB models for $270, $370 and $670, respectively.