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The Thecus 1U4200XXX Rack Mount

    The new XXX line of Thecus NAS is leading the way in catering to your needs. With Xtreme power, Xtreme function, and Xtreme value, these Thecus NAS deliver. Whether it be a strong product for a budget price or a high-powered NAS for the tech-savvy, each model is

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RaidSonic Launches Icy Box IB-NAS6220

RaidSonic has announced its Icy Box IB-NAS6220 NAS server, aimed at users who wants to share their data with family and friends online. The compact server, powered by a 1.2 GHz Marvel 6281 processor, has 256MB of flash memory, 256MB of RAM, a Gigabit Ethernet, three USB 2.0 ports, locks

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Thecus N0503 ComboNAS

Most consumer and small office NAS devices use 3.5" drives because these offer the best compromise between size, cost and storage density. Thecus' latest NAS takes things one step further by letting one use either 3.5" or 2.5" drives - but is this feature worth all the hassle? (more…)

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Buffalo Unveils LinkStation WXL-R1 NAS

Buffalo LinkStation WXL/R1 NAS Buffalo Japan has launched its latest server product, the LinkStation WXL/R1 NAS server. Measuring 86 x 127 x 204mm, it features 2 bays with pre-installed drives with capacities of 1TB, 2TB and 3TB. With support for RAID 0 and RAID 1 modes, the LinkStation WXL/R1 has

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Patriot Announces Gear Box NAS Adapter

Patriot Gear Box NAS Adapter Patriot, well-known for its Signature line of high performance RAM, has launched the Gear Box NAS adapter, allowing users to convert any USB 2.0-connected flash drives/external storage into a NAS solution. Measuring 67mm (D) x 50mm (W) x 30mm (L) and weighing a mere 62gm,

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Patriot Corza NAS PCZ35SNAS2

Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems have found their way into homes just as they did with the office space years ago. Prices for NAS server products have dropped to the point where it's more expensive to buy the drive that goes in them than the actual storage device itself. Patriot,

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