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    News - Thecus takes the wraps off N0204 miniNAS

    Affordable NAS solutions for the home are becoming readily available, here's Thecus' tiny two-bay offering.
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    Re: News - Thecus takes the wraps off N0204 miniNAS

    Nice, but would like to have seen an eSATA port
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    Re: News - Thecus takes the wraps off N0204 miniNAS

    Well atleast its not still purple :-)

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    Re: News - Thecus takes the wraps off N0204 miniNAS

    Did you actually bother to review this or made the whole thing up. first off Thecus dont have any samples as yet secondly you quote that you hope it will take wd green drives giving 4TB in total.
    Id love to know how considering this box is for 2.5" drives!!!

    consider yourself fired!

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    Re: News - Thecus takes the wraps off N0204 miniNAS

    Thanks for pointing out that errr... minor oversight.

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    Re: News - Thecus takes the wraps off N0204 miniNAS

    Your only going to get 500GB out of this on RAID1, bring on the 1TB 2.5" disks!

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    Re: News - Thecus takes the wraps off N0204 miniNAS

    i just got 2 320gb WD scropio black and they are fantasticly nippy for such small devices would be great for raid 0 i there!

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    Re: News - Thecus takes the wraps off N0204 miniNAS

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    i just got 2 320gb WD scropio black and they are fantasticly nippy for such small devices would be great for raid 0 i there!
    They are the desktop standard 7200RPM but much smaller than desktop disks, so seek times are reduced accordingly :-)

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