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Thecus intro affordable N299 NAS

Aimed at home users

| Storage News | Posted: Nov 22, 2007 9:50 pm

Storage specialist Thecus have just introduced their latest "N299" NAS (Network Attached Storage) device which is aimed at being more of an affordable NAS solution for the home network.

 

The N299 looks to sport many of the features found in Thecus' premium offerings. It can house two 3.5" SATA based HDDs which enables up to 2TB of storage space. RAID 0, 1 or JBOD configurations can be chosen for multiple HDD operation and there are two Gigabit ethernet ports available for fast network interaction.

 

A compatible wireless USB dongle is also said to work with the N299 making it easy to connect up to your wireless router from anywhere in the house.

 

For further details on these features and many more, grab the official PR here folks.

 



11/26/2007 - Movies, music, and photos. Users nowadays not only want to store and protect them, but have a way to share them quickly and easily. One of the best ways to do this is with a network-attached storage unit, or NAS - a device which allows users to store and share files across an entire network. Since the beginning, storage leader Thecus Technology has been developing digital storage solutions for users of all types. Today, Thecus is pleased to introduce a NAS device that brings this exciting technology to the mainstream - the N299. Friendly and feature-packed, the N299 represents Thecus' most affordable NAS entry ever.

 

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