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Has anyone had the opportunity of trying out either Thecus N2100 or N4100?

For media buffs, the YES Box N2100 offers 2 internal 3.5" bays that accommodate two SATA hard disks for up to 800GB of storage! The YES Box N2100 also offers users several disk storage options, including RAID 0 to optimize hard disks to deliver more throughput, RAID 1 and its disk mirroring functionality to keep data extra secure, and JBOD to simply give users more capacity to store their videos, movies, and photos. Accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the YES Box N2100 is built to be always on, allowing users unlimited access to their digital media. And with advanced power saving management, the YES Box N2100 consumes 30% less power compared to a similarly configured PC. The YES Box N2100 comes fully equipped with dual Gigabit Ethernet ports to enable lightning-fast file transfers, your digital media can be made available throughout your entire home or office network quickly and easily. Three high-speed USB 2.0 ports enable the YES Box N2100 to connect to your favorite high-speed flash storage devices, while one-button copy functionality allows the YES Box N2100 to copy and store your data at a touch of a button. With Intel XScale® Technology, large storage capacity, advanced networking capabilities, and multiple storage options, the YES Box N2100 keeps your data safe, secure, and accessible.


N4100 emphasizes the pay-as-you-grow model with your business growth and the expansion of your personal digital archive. You could add hard drives one by one when the existing capacity is run out*. For example, you could place two hard disks at N4100 at first because of budget concern. Later on, when the storage space is not sufficient, you add another two.When a single Terabyte N4100 is too small to accommodate your data, you add another N4100 to the existing network, and then you gain one more Terabyte. Since N4100 is network based, it grants you unlimited scalability. Using Thecus N4100 as your data server is the smartest way to minimize IT management and secure your precious asset.

Feature:

- Terabyte-level network storage appliance with SATA (Serial ATA) technology and Gigabit Ethernet connectivity.
- Energy saving, more than 35% power saving
- RAID level 0, 1, 5, JBOD support
- Easy web-based configuration, installation and maintenance

Date: 06 Mar, 2006 on 21:51
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