Refreshed Windows Storage Server Essentials line gets a CPU bump.
New Thecus W2810PRO is a two-bay small business server powered by Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 Essentials.
Looking for a NAS with multimedia capabilities? The Intel Celeron N3010 powered Thecus N2810 offers 4K playback with Plex and Kodi as featured apps. How well does it live up to expectations?
Last year’s W4000 Windows NAS may have been a dud, but can the Thecus W5810 Windows Storage Server make amends?
If you’ve decided to buy a NAS, you’ll quickly find your options are seemingly endless! In this guide, I break down the critical elements to consider.
New Thecus N2810 is powered by an Intel Celeron processor with 4K media playback over HDMI with Plex and Kodi on board.
New, compact Thecus W5810 Windows NAS offers an embedded SSD, five storage bays and a decent engine.
Kodi, the media center application formerly known as XBMC, is slowly but surely becoming a firm favourite across a range of NAS manufacturers, with Thecus being the latest to announce support.
New Seagate WSS NAS joins Thecus in support for Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 Essentials, with two, four and six-bay devices.
Thecus set to offer upgraded versions of Windows NAS Servers with 4 GB RAM on board.
A fantastic concept, frustratingly let down by a weak specification, the W4000 isn’t the successful debut Windows NAS that either Thecus or Microsoft were looking for. The proposition appeals, but be sure to invest in additional RAM to make the W4000 at all usable.
Today we run the rule over the Thecus N4310 NAS server, a low-cost, four bay device that may be cheap, but will it make us cheerful?