Manufacturer Drobo Thecus
Model DR-B800FS-4A21 N4200
Lowest Price $695.00 Compare Drobo DR-B800FS-4A21 prices $375.00 Compare Thecus N4200 prices


RJ45 Ports
USB Ports 6
eSATA Ports Yes No
Other Ports


Drive Bays 8 4
Hard Disk Interface Serial ATA
Hard Disk Size Diskless Diskless
Rotational Speed


  • Easy Network installation: Connect the 352UN 3TB by Ethernet to the Network via Switch or Router, install the network connection drivers, and every authorized computer in the network can access the drive.
  • File System Tolerance: Users can format the internal drives with native file system structures. You can even install disks with existing data and access them right away.
  • 352UN with 3TB HDD uses NDAS technology, a superior network storage solution for the next generation, and the only solution that provides high performance, simplicity and advanced features to enrich and modernize your digital life in the home or office.
  • Each NetDISK also has a unique hardware ID and access key which allow you to specify which computers on the network have access or no access to a NetDISK. Since NetDISK requires no TCP/IP setting, the unit is invisible and safe from external hackers.
  • Two heads are better than one, which is why the N4200's dual core Intel CPU can deliver increased system response and handle multiple clients quickly and efficiently. Enjoy the performance and power of the N4200 with Intel Inside.
  • With the N4200's Dual DOM Design, a secondary DOM automatically reprograms the primary DOM if it fails, meaning your data is always safe and accessible.
  • The LCD displays critical system information, including hard disk and network status, while the OLED allows you to change a number of different system settings, such as WAN, LAN, Link Aggregation, languages and more.
  • The N4200 features Thecus' unique combo SATA hard disk bays, which can accommodate both 2.5" and 3.5" SATA hard disks

Form Factor

Dimensions " x " x " 12.6" x 10.4" x 12.1"
Weight 21 lbs 14.6 lbs
Form Factor 2.5" / 3.5" shared


Data Link Protocol Ethernet
Network Interface Controller
DLNA Certified No No


Supported Protocols


Operating System Mac OS X

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