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Thecus N2350 Home/SOHO NAS Reviewed

Thecus N2350Thecus' N2350 is a two-bay SOHO NAS with decent performance that won't empty your wallet.

Thecus N2810 NAS Reviewed

Thecus N2810Thecus' N2810 brings Intel "Braswell" power to its two-bay small-biz lineup.

Thecus Adds Multimedia Focused Two-Bay NAS

Thecus logoThecus' N2810 is a two-bay Intel Braswell NAS.

Thecus Announces ThecusOS 7.0 Beta

Thecus logoThecus is trialing a new version of its NAS OS.

Thecus N7770-10G NAS Reviewed

Thecus N7770-10GThecus' N7770-10G provides a good combination of capacity and performance in a 10GbE NAS.

Thecus Expands 10GbE NAS Offerings

Thecus logo Thecus announced two NASes with built-in 10GbE.

Thecus Refreshes SAS Rackmount NAS

Thecus logo Updated - Thecus has added a new version of its 8 bay 2U rackmount business NAS.

How To Save Time And Data With Snapshots

Thecus logoSnapshots aren't just for taking pictures. They can save your data, too!

Thecus N5810PRO Reviewed

Thecus N5810PROThecus' N5810PRO is a capable RAID5 class NAS, but not the best value.

Thecus Adds NAS With UPS Inside

Thecus logo Thecus announced a new five bay NAS with a built-in battery-backed UPS.

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