AVADirect Now Offers Thecus N4200 and QNAP TS-459 Pro NAS Storage Systems
We recently added two new NAS storage systems to our website. Thecus N4200 SATA storage system comes equipped with 1GB of DDR2 RAM, supports up to six SATA hard drives, two ethernet ports, and six USB ports; all with an option of using an external power supply. The QNAP TS-459 Pro Turbo NAS Storage System comes with an integrated processor, running at 1.66GHz, and all of the same specifications as Thecus N4200. Besides the processor, it also has an ESATA port which will give you the option to connect any external hard drive and incorporate it into your NAS system. Whether you decide to use these systems for extra storage, media sharing, or a backup solution they come with their own operating system that is free of charge. We are always excited to see their innovated solutions emerge onto the market. We hope both Thecus and QNAP continue to do a great job manufacturing such top-notch hardware!
To view all Thecus products we offer click Thecus Storage Systems at AVADirect
To view all QNAP products we offer click QNAP Storage Systems at AVADirect
To view all enterprise storage solutions we offer click Enterprise Storage Solutions at AVADirect
To view all small business storage solutions we offer click Small Business Storage Solutions at AVADirect
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