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Thecus Announces First Innovative NAS Management Tablet

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Thecus is proud to present the first tablet in its lineup, ThecusPAD. With an innovative design, hardware and software, users are offered a powerful tablet that not only can browse the web, access media files and access GPS functions but can also install modules that allows Thecus NAS users to manage their NAS conveniently from their ThecusPAD.

Some key features of the stunning ThecusPAD includes a 7” HD display, which is great for watching HD videos and viewing high resolution photos. To add, capacitive touch screen adds a great feel when using the ThecusPAD. Stereo speakers illuminate a clear and crisp sound while playing music from ThecusPAD. Equipped with a micro-HDMI port and Thecus Utility, streaming seamless data from your NAS to your TV does not even require an adapter anymore.



HD Quality
Back and front view cameras are conveniently located on top of the ThecusPAD™ so that snapping photos is easy and fast. With the high megapixel cameras at 2M front and 5M back, users can assure fast clear photos. In addition, the ThecusPAD can record in HD 720p to catch that special moment.

Multi-task Tablet
Besides the ability to handle media files quick and smooth, with the new release of the ThecusPAD, accessing and managing NAS files is easy. Simply install modules suited for your requirements and start accessing and arranging files on-the-go on your ThecusPAD.

All in all
ThecusPAD is packed with surprises and as Thecus is constantly developing new modules, the ThecusPAD can address any demands. This tablet is capable of multimedia tasks, GPS navigation functions, playing music and more. Possibilities are endless with the support of Thecus and consistent release of new and update modules.

Thecus is extremely proud to release the ThecusPAD in its lineup as it will provide Thecus NAS users even more flexibility. Not only is the tablet powerful and great at multitasking but the sheer size of 7” and a vibrant display makes the ThecusPAD™ a runner up to compete with tablets currently listed on the market.

For more information on the ThecusPAD, go to this page.
 

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Stereo speakers illuminate

Stereo speakers illuminate


*head explodes*



Equipped with a micro-HDMI port and Thecus Utility, streaming seamless data from your NAS to your TV does not even require an adapter anymore.
except for the micro HDMI to HDMI adapter

*neck stump explodes*
 
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I think they're talking about media players...
And you can get micro HDMI to HDMI cables, so no need for an adapter.