If you can get by the lackluster bundled software, the empty three-bay Thecus N3200 offers much to like, including lightning-fast throughput (even in RAID 5) and a useful feature set that will appeal to home and small office users alike.
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The Thecus N3200 can fit up to three terabyte drives and comes equipped with an eSATA port as well as 2 USB ports.
CNET Labs gets its hands on the Thecus N3200 NAS device, a RAID 5 capable system that can store up to three 1TB drives internally.
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