Excerpt: With the N4200 Pro, Thecus has further improved upon an already stable, high-performance four bay NAS. The upgraded hardware over the original N4200 make it a solid choice for a multiple user environment, and the mini-UPS and dual DOM features help avoid data loss in the event of a power outage or...
Conclusion: The four-bay NAS market is becoming increasingly competitive, with viable solutions now available from the likes of Thecus, QNAP, Synology, Netgear and Drobo to name but a few. Prices for the aforementioned range from £400 to £650, putting the £540 Thecus N4200 somewhere in the middle.
Excerpt: Thecus has brought another high-performance, reliable NAS to the table with the N4200. The robust hardware specs make it a solid choice for a multiple user environment, and the battery backup and dual DOM features help avoid data loss in the event of a power outage or firmware corruption.
Excerpt: 5 Flares 5 Flares × Today we are looking at a NAS system from Thecus, the N4200ECO. This product seems to be tagged as a ‘green’ solution with the ‘ECO’ moniker, although the company certainly haven’t skimped on the hardware.
Summary: The N4200 Zero Crash certainly lives up to its name. Alongside a whole heap of useful business-related storage features, it offers excellent fault tolerance as standard making it a good choice for small businesses that want the best protection for their shared data.
Excerpt: Det er en stund siden vi sist testet en NAS her på bruket, men det skyldes på ingen måte at interessen for disse har dalt. Tvert i mot appellerer gode NAS- eller hjemmeserverløsninger til stadig flere.