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Thecus N4100Pro


$400.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:LCD Screen is actually quite helpful, displays up to 12 useful statements. Dual Gigabit Ethernet. Comprehensive web-based interface.

The Cons:Doesn't breathe too well, needs space to keep cool. Requires initialization through Windows.

Powered by the AMD Geode LX800 processor and 256MB of DDR400 memory, the N4100PRO provides the capacity to transfer files quickly and efficiently. Four 3.5" SATA hard disk bays enable up to 8TB of storage, and users can manage this space with an updated list of RAID mode selections, including 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 and JBOD.

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The N4100PRO also offers RAID management features, including RAID expansion and RAID level migration for ultimate flexibility. To top it off, the N4100PRO comes equipped with a decently large, bright LCM module, which displays useful status messages such as IP address, date and time, and RAID status, making it simple for users to keep track of the condition of the N4100PRO.

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Pros
  • 3

    LCD Screen is actually quite helpful, displays up to 12 useful statements

  • 3

    Dual Gigabit Ethernet

  • 3

    Comprehensive web-based interface

  • 2

    Inexpensive for the capacity and power

  • 2

    Very Compact

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    Expandable via USB

  • 2

    fully scheduled Bit Torrent, HTTP, FTP download client

  • 2

    can mount ISOs and share them across the network

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    redundant RAID support - data will remain intact even if a disk fails

  • 2

    can act as a printer server

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    supports popular UPS devices for uninterrupted operation or graceful shutdown

  • 2

    can turn itself on or off on a schedule

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    quiet

  • 1

    four 3.5" desktop disk drives for up to 8TB of storage

Cons
  • 3

    Doesn't breathe too well, needs space to keep cool

  • 3

    Requires initialization through Windows

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