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Thecus N5550 5-bay HDMI NAS Server with 2-year warranty £264.90 @iBOOD
Thecus N5550 5-bay HDMI NAS Server with 2-year warranty £264.90 @iBOOD

Thecus N5550 5-bay HDMI NAS Server with 2-year warranty £264.90 @iBOOD

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•Up to 4TB SATA 6.0 Gb/s HDD per bay (hot-swappable)
•RAID modes: 1, 5, 6, 10, JBOD
•Processor: Intel Atom D2550 (dual-core, 1.86 GHz)
•Memory: 2GB DDR3 (4GB max)
•1 USB 3.0 (front)
•1 eSATA (back)
•4 USB 2.0 (back)
•Network ports: 2 RJ-45 gigabit (LACP and WOL supported)
•Display ports: HDMI, VGA
•Audio ports: microphone input, line input, audio output
•File server: SFTP/FTP/HTTP
•Compatible with: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8/UNIX/Linux/OS X
•Backup: Acronis True Image
•Download manager: BT download (via Transmission module), HTTP/FTP/BT/eMule (via DLM module), NZB download (via NZB module)
•Printer Server (IPP): Supports USB printers/Supports a wide range of IPP printers
•DVD backup
•Mac OS X Time machine
•iTunes server
•Piczza™ Web Server (via Module)
•RoHS compliance
•Mobile apps:
•-Thecus Dashboard mobile, Mobile monitoring and administration (via module)
•-ThecusShare™, Uploading, downloading, en streaming multimedia
•-Thecus-Disk™, Manage files and folders on the Thecus NAS
•Cloud Backup, Dropbox, ElephantDrive, Amazon S3, Acronis (via module)
•Browse and download apps from the Thecus App Center
•-Bolts and 2 keys
•-Ethernet cable
•-Power cord
•-Acronis True Image DVD
•-Universal info CD
•-Twonky Media Server CD
•ISO Mount
•Email Notifications, system admin receives updates via e-mail
•User Acces Management: User quota, Group quota
•PSU: 200W
•Dimensions (BxDxH): 190 x 240 x 230 mm
•Warranty 2 years

7 Comments

upto 20tb this sounds good but are they reliable ?

Thecus are a well known brand and this particular NAS is not bad as long as you know the limitations. It will be a great choice as a traditional NAS, i.e. file server and data backup solution.

On the other hand if you're thinking of using this as a media server on top (which is what I was after) then probably not a great choice, at least that's what I gather reading a few reviews.

See techpowerup.com/rev…tml

htpntg2005

upto 20tb this sounds good but are they reliable ?



My N5200 is still going strong! purchased in 2006. Tempted to replace it at this price though.

whatupyo

Thecus are a well known brand and this particular NAS is not bad as long … Thecus are a well known brand and this particular NAS is not bad as long as you know the limitations. It will be a great choice as a traditional NAS, i.e. file server and data backup solution. On the other hand if you're thinking of using this as a media server on top (which is what I was after) then probably not a great choice, at least that's what I gather reading a few reviews. See http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Thecus/N5550/10.html

I think you will find they where trying to use it as a media player, not media server.

interesting but quite old now. synology isn't that much more from a more reputable dealer.

cheap but not quite cheap enough

All the equivalent Synology/QNAPs are 400+?

TeamMCS

interesting but quite old now. synology isn't that much more from a more … interesting but quite old now. synology isn't that much more from a more reputable dealer.cheap but not quite cheap enough

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