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Thecus N2810PRO provides new-nas Braswell-soc and 4GB DDR3
Thecus N2810-nas has given an upgrade and the system under the name N2810PRO. The multimedia NAS features a Braswell quad-core Intel released early this year, coupled with 4GB DDR3.
The N2810PRO Edition Thecus is built around the same 2-bay enclosure as the N2810 which the company earlier this year announced . Thecus has, however, given the processor upgrade, the Celeron N3050 to N3160. In both cases these Braswell-socs with clock speed of 1.6GHz, 2MB L2 cache and TDP of 6W, but the N3160 is a quad-core with Turbo 2,24GHz where the N3050 only two cores and a burst speed of 2, has 16GHz. Strikingly Thecus calls a maximum clock rate of 2,08GHz for the N3160; the possibility exists that the manufacturer has set this maximum.
In addition, the amount of DDR3 has doubled from 2GB to 4GB. Users can put up to 8GB ram into the N2810PRO. Furthermore, the NAS has three USB 3.0 ports, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, HDMI 1.4b, DisplayPort 1.1a, and a S / PDIF audio connector. The latter two are added at the PRO Edition relative to the N2810. The NAS runs ThecusOS 7.0 , the latest version of the new operating system from Thecus, which the company released late last year.
The N2810PRO is from June 30 available but prices are still unknown.
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