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Enter to Win Thecus N2520 NAS
Apr 4, 2014 - in News
Enter to Win Thecus N2520 NAS: World's First Intel Atom SoC Embedded NAS
Thecus Announces its High Performance NVR Systems
Apr 4, 2013 - in News
Thecus has announced seven new V-series NVR rackmount and tower devices.
Thecus Announces Two ''Intelligent'' NAS Units
Mar 4, 2013 - in News
Thecus hopes to bring a revolutionary experience to the NAS industry with its Intelligent N2520 and N4520 NAS servers
Tom's Hardware's 2012 Gift Guide, Part 2: For Gadget Geeks
Nov 28, 2012 - in Picture Story
Our annual holiday season gift guide continues! In Part 2, we focus on peripherals and portables. Whether you're looking for productivity, capacity, connectivity, or sheer, sexy awesomeness, we've got 17 amazing suggestions to make your season brighter.
Synology DS412+ And Thecus N4800: Two NAS Devices With Atom D2700
Oct 17, 2012 - in Reviews
Synology has its DS412+ and Thecus has its N4800. Both are four-bay NAS servers equipped with Intel’s Atom D2700 processor. But does Intel's latest low-power platform help these appliances outperform their predecessors, which were armed with Atom D525?
Open-E's DSS V6: Storage Software Set Up, Managed, And Benchmarked
Mar 8, 2012 - in Reviews
We got our hands on one of Thecus' eight-bay N8800PRO storage appliances for the purpose of taking Open-E's Data Storage Software V6 out for a test drive. Read on as we set up, manage, and benchmark this marriage of storage-oriented hardware and software.
Tom's Hardware's 2011 Gift Guide: Part 2, Last-Minute Extras
Dec 15, 2011 - in Reviews
Welcome to Part 2 of Tom's Hardware's 2011 Holiday Gift Guide. This second installment is geared toward the folks who want to buy components that stand alone as respectable gifts--call them the add-ons to go with the complete machines we built last week.
Is Data Encryption Worth Destroying Your NAS' Performance?
May 17, 2011 - in Reviews
Three vendors of network-attached storage, Qnap, Synology, and Thecus, sent over Intel Atom-based NAS servers to test the effects of protecting your data via encryption. But performance and configuration options are not identical, as our testing shows.
Tom's Hardware's 2010 Holiday Gift Guide: Part 2, Last-Minute Luxury
Dec 15, 2010 - in Reviews
Welcome to Part 2 of Tom's Hardware's 2010 Holiday Gift Guide. This second installment is geared toward the folks who want to buy components that stand alone as respectable gifts--call them the add-ons to go with the complete machines we built last week.
Atom-Powered NAS: Thecus N4200 And QNAP TS-459 Pro
Apr 30, 2010 - in Reviews
Intel's most modern dual-core Pineview-based Atom processor isn't just aimed at energy-efficient netbooks. It can also be found in NAS servers from a variety of manufacturers. We tested two mid-range appliances in order to measure the CPU's capabilities.
Tom's Hardware's 2009 Gift Guide: Part 2, System Add-Ons
Dec 13, 2009 - in Reviews
Welcome to Part Two of Tom's Hardware's Holiday Gift Guide. This second edition is loaded with extras that complement the machine we built in Part One, from networking gear to I/O, and a beautiful display. We're even including an Ion-based netbook!
Thecus N8800 NAS/SAN: Quick-Look
Oct 22, 2009 - in Reviews
After recently running out of room on my Thecus N5200, I again turned to the company for something larger. What I found won't work for most folks (unless you have a rack in your garage, that is). But it's reasonably-priced and plenty fast for most SMBs.
NAS Attack: Network Storage From Thecus And Western Digital
Oct 9, 2009 - in Reviews
Thecus is first company to offer an attractive little 2.5” NAS solution that works well in your living room, while Western Digital’s dual-drive NAS delivers up to 4TB of capacity with RAID 0 and 1. Today's we're testing the two very-different devices.
Tom's Holiday Buyer's Guide 2008, Part 1
Nov 4, 2008 - in Reviews
Welcome to the first installment in our six-part Tom's Holiday Buyer's Guide. In Part 1, two beautiful models help showcase some of our favorite no-hassle hardware gifts for 2008.