Packaging and a Closer Look
The packaging for the Thecus N4310 lists a ton of features for this unit. Blow the model number, we have mentions of the power redundancy, which is a big selling feature on SOHO NAS solutions. Moving further down, we have a built-in PLEX media server, along with iSCSI storage capabilities.
Scope of delivery includes a single LAN cable, the power adapter, and drive screws. Of course, we have the main appliance at the top of our image as well.
The front of the Thecus N4310 carries an entire bank of status LEDs to the right. Here we have everything from power to drive and Ethernet activity. Additionally, down below the LEDs, Thecus has included both the standard power button, and a USB copy button.
The back of the NAS is rather simple at the top. We start out with dual USB 3.0 ports, the gigabit Ethernet port sits below that, and there is a reset button if you ever need a factory default. Of course, there is also a redundant power supply setup.
The drive trays are the standard plastic trays Thecus has used on most SOHO appliances in the last year. These are spring-loaded release, and feature both 3.5" and 2.5" mounting options.
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