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Thecus N4800 4-Bay Battery Backup NAS Review - Packaging

Chris' favorite SOHO NAS is back, this time with an upgraded processor and more RAM.

| SOHO NAS/DAS in Storage | Posted: Jul 1, 2012 4:08 pm
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: Thecus

Packaging

 

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Thecus used a retail friendly, full color package for the N4800. Product features and specifications are spread out over the entire box.

 

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Looking at this side of the package we clearly see that NAS technology has evolved from simple storage to a full on experience with features designed to turn the NAS into the hub of your entire network.

 

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Another list of features covers the back.

 

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Many of the new features, some exclusive to this product, are discussed on the other side.

 

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The internal packing is better than average and all of the corners of the NAS, the area's most susceptible to damage during shipping are at least two inches from the edges of the outer box.

 

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Thecus includes a solid documentation package that also includes a well rounded software package.

 

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Also included with the N4800 are the power brick, power cable, screws for securing your drives, battery unit and an ethernet cable.

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