Thecus Sensation At Computex 2008
Reporting live from Thecus booth at Computex 2008 in Taipei, it is packed with visitors who are looking for latest innovation in digital storage technology. During the exhibition, users have the opportunity to meet with the most outstanding NAS products from Thecus. This year, Thecus is introducing 5 new products to be launched this year, offering much higher data security and performance plus more functionalities and convenience.
Home users extremely enjoy the experience with the latest N4100PRO and M3800. Powered by AMD Geode LX800 CPU and 256MB of DDR memory, the N4100PRO is capable to provide supreme performance with much lower power consumption. The additional RAID 6 and 10 protection ensures higher data security. Also, M3800, the 3 bay NAS device with build-in multimedia player function, is a great sensation in the storage exhibition section. The M3800 can play digital content directly through your existing home theater system, featuring HDMI, component, and AV out. The visitors especially love the idea of having a remote control to operate the entire playback so they can enjoy movies, music, photos and more from the comfort of your living room couch.
Also, for enterprise and small/medium business users, the N7700 and N8800 are receiving great applause from visitors. The N7700 is the latest 7 bay tower NAS, equipped with powerful Intel® Celeron M 2.0 GHz CPU and a full GB of DDR2 memory. It is capable of handling a multitude of file serving tasks quickly and effectively. On the similar hardware platform, the N8800 is the 8 bays rack mount product, greatly appreciated by enterprise users. With free iSCSI initiator available, servers can access data via iSCSI protocol.
Visitors are surprised to meet the first miniPC from Thecus. With AMD Geode LX800 processor plus compact and fanless design, the miniPC can be applied to numbers of applications. Visitors are pleased to see such application oriented device from Thecus.
The overall reception on Thecus products from visitors is extremely warm. There are still couple days left for Computex. Visitors are welcomed to experience the latest digital storage technology first hand. For users who can not make it to Thecus booth, complete product information are available at Thecus website.
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