13 August, 2014: The Thecus N3200 comes in a solid, sturdy package with aluminum casing. On the front, it has three hard-drive bays that are relatively easy to access. Unlike other NAS devices, however, such as the D-Link DNS-323 or the HP Media Vault MV2120 that provide tool-free hard-drive installation, you’ll need a screwdriver and a little work with the N3200. Though the design is intended for you to use bare hands, it’s hard to screw the drives in securely or remove them without a tool. Nonetheless, it was straightforward to install hard drives into the N3200.
Below the drive bays sits a little LCD with two navigation buttons that you can use to control the USB Copy feature–where you can back up an entire thumb drive’s content onto the NAS’s internal storage–and view the status of the device such as its IP address, its network name, its RAID building progress, and so on. The LCD is a welcome design tweak and we actually used it more than a few times during the testing process. Also on the front are a USB port and an array of green LED lights that show the status of the hard drives and the network connection.
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