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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
Thecus N3200PRO NAS Server - Thecus N3200PRO NAS Server
Thu, July 23 2009 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"We matched the Thecus N3200PRO against two other home-oriented units from D-Link and Cavalry and the Thecus unit walked away a winner by a huge margin in all categories. The only advantage the 2-drive units have is in the single-disk category, one that the N3200PRO does not support. In all fairness though, it must be noted the D-Link DNS-323 is about half the price of the N3200PRO. We also included the business-class servers from Synology and QNAP so we could get a feel for how well the N3200PRO faired in the RAID 5 category. While it didn't beat it's competition, it came very close to the DS408. Once you take into account those units cost anywhere from two to three times that of the N3200PRO, the results are even more noteworthy."
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