Tuesday, March 31st 2009

Thecus Unveils the World's Smallest Fully-Featured NAS Device

Thecus proclaimed today the world's smallest fully-featured NAS device, the N0204 miniNAS. Measuring a tiny 132 x 88 x 63 mm exterior, one could easily mistake the N0204 as a regular external hard drive. But look closer and you will see a very capable two-bay NAS device that fits right in the palm of your hand. The N0204 houses two 2.5-inch SATA hard disks, providing up to 1 TB of storage. You can manage this storage with your choice and configure it for RAID 0, 1, or JBOD operation. And because its drive bays are hot-swappable and feature auto-rebuild, you can change a hard disk without powering down the unit. The N0204 even comes with Thecus’ Nsync for remote replication as well as the Thecus Backup Utility for total data security. The N0204 supports USB printers, external hard disks, USB web cam, and even works with USB WLAN adaptors, allowing you to give this tiny NAS device wireless capability. For more information on the N0204, check out this link.

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2 Comments on Thecus Unveils the World's Smallest Fully-Featured NAS Device

decent idea and design but how much? I mean it wouldn't be a bad temp nas or travel nas for someone who manages multiple networks accross the country. (or just someone who wants a secure backup to their data. but if it costs too much, it's qualities are easily outweighed.
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agrreed, i cant imagine that coujld be cheap
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