NAS products are an equal balance between hardware specifications and software features. Together, one compliments the other and a well-rounded product immerges.me across the Thecus product line. The N7510 spares nearly all of the same software as the flagship models and the Intel based entry level units. The difference is the processing power of the hardware and that determines how many of the applications you can run at the same time comfortably.
It's been awhile since we wrote a deep dive into the Thecus OS and software and several features have been added since our May 2010 editorial. You can use our guide to get a feel for the software and the flow of the layout.
New features like media playback, cloud NAS service and real time anti-virus stand out in the new features column.
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