Thecus N4200 Zero-Crash with Dual Power NAS Review :: Introduction

04-03-2010 · Category: Hardware - Misc

By Elric Phares

The Network Attached Server device is a popular device for many businesses and people due to the increasing size of digital content and the increasing size of files. Games come on DVDs and Blu-ray discs being the norm for Optical disk drives today. Terabyte Hard disks are the norm for most serious computer systems today, making the need for a file server with large amounts of storage space and support for the various file systems a must for enthusiasts with multiple computers in their home or office.

Thecus is a well known brand of storage devices that focuses on hardware and software integration and development, and the core protocols of digital media storage. They focus on storage solutions for the home and the office, making powerful NAS servers for the masses. Today's review is on the Thecus N4200 Zero-Crash with Dual-Power NAS which is designed for the ultimate in NAS Server technology and has a back-up battery which kicks in when the system loses power. This unit just has the absolute coolest look to it as well, and it's very small for those wanting a space saving option in their NAS. Now let's see how easy it is to setup and how well it works.