09/07/2011 – Overclockersonline has spent an amazing amount of time reviewing NAS and was well prepared to take a look at the Thecus N2200XXX. With a barrage of speed tests and thorough analysis of features and the UI, they came away impressed on many levels and spent 14 pages giving this performance 2-bay NAS from Thecus a great review.
The Thecus N2200XXX
This NAS gets great performance out of some great hardware: “The N2200XXX is geared towards individuals and certainly brings some outstanding performance to the table…With a 1.8Ghz Atom processor and DDR3 memory the N2200XXX certainly has some muscle behind it.”
The feature set is quite formidable: “Loaded with plenty of features for digital media storage the N2200XXX is sure to meet the needs of even the most demanding home user.”
Overall, the N2200XXX fits the bill: “Thecus has an excellent product on their hand in the N2200XXX, as it certainly fills the role of a product to satisfy the needs of most users. If you are in the market for a NAS device for your home office or for you digital media needs you certainly should have the N2200XXX on your short list.”
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Established in 2004, Thecus Technology Corp provides market leading network attached storage and network video recorder solutions, committed to revolutionize how everyone from home user to enterprise level business centrally stores, manages and accesses their digital data both onsite and cloud-based. Thecus strives to deliver continuous innovation through cutting edge technology and design to provide data storage with the most customer-friendly platform, rapid performance and robust security. In May 2016, Thecus was formally acquired by Ennoconn Corporation and thus became part of the Foxconn IPC Technology group. Partnered together this diverse group of companies work in tandem to provide a total IoT (Internet of Things) solution. Now with an unparalleled portfolio to work with, Thecus is collaborating to bring unprecedented change to the network storage industry.