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Thecus XXX NAS familyThecus today introduced its new Atom-based XXX NAS family.

The five XXX products range from a dual-bay desktop to eight-bay rackmount. All use Intel Atom CPUs, with four of the five using the dual-core D525.

All have dual Gigabit LAN ports and 1 GB of RAM and eSATA and USB 2.0 ports for storage expansion.

All of the new models run Thecus' new V5 firmware that features a new user interface, new photo and media servers, improved performance, EXT4 file system and support for 3 TB drives.

Thecus XXX NAS family

Models and pricing (MSRP) are:

- N2200XXX ($470): Dual-bay Atom D525 NAS with SD, SDHC, MMC card reader

- N3200XXX ($459): Three-bay NAS with single-core Atom N270 CPU

- N5200XXX ($740): Five bay Atom D525 NAS

- 1U4200XXX ($1030 / $1430 for redundant power model): Four-bay 1U rackmount Atom D525 NAS

- N8200XXX ($1,870): Eight-bay 2U rackmount Atom D525 NAS

All are slated to begin shipments by the end of March.

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