'Tis the season for giving, and here at Neowin, we want to share the Holiday cheer with all of our readers, so will be doing giveaways for the rest of the year. First up: The Thecus N5550 NAS!
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Next in our line of NAS reviews is the Thecus N5550. This five bay NAS also includes features not seen on most devices, including an LCD panel, HDMI output, and audio jacks, but how well does it work?
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If you were impressed with the features and functionality of the Thecus N2310 and would like to have one of your very own, Neowin has you covered: Enter to have our review unit delivered to your home!
Today I take a look at Thecus' latest NAS device designed for home, the N2310. It's a two-drive NAS and has a low price point. Did they cut corners to get the low price or is it a good buy?
Thecus has announced the N2310, a two bay NAS device that uses a meager 5W of power. They claim that the NAS costs only $5.03 a year to run in the U.S., but does it have the performance we need?