Summary: The N3200 is slower than some other drives on offer, but its performance was about same as a four-drive Iomega StorCenter 150D. It offers innovative functions and is easy to use. So considering the fair price, the Thecus N3200 is a clear winner that offers good value for money.
Pros: Innovative functions, easy to use software and Web interface, well priced.
Excerpt: This model was reviewed as part of our group test of NAS drives . Pitched at both home users and small businesses, the N3200 offers the best combination of price and performance. Its three-drive set-up may look odd (most RAID systems are based around even numbers of drives), but for a RAID 5 or RAID 0 array any number of drives over two works fine.
Pros: Innovative functions; easy to use software and Web interface; well priced.