Thecus® NAS now support 4TB hard drives! Get more storage space with your Thecus® NAS

Thecus NAS products are at the front of the competition and now fully support Seagate Barracuda XT ST4000DX000 4TB hard drives.

As the world’s storage demands increase, consumers look for cheaper and more efficient ways to expand their storage capacities. Thecus has just announced that the following models support 4TB drives: 1U4200XXX, N5200XXX, N8200XXX, N8900, N12000, N16000, the V Series, and the N4200 Series. (More models will be added after the compatibility test.)

To use these high capacity HDDs and enjoy even more storage, Thecus users need to upgrade to the latest firmware on Thecus’ website. Now backup, storage, shared use of NAS is even easier and more enjoyable as you don’t have to worry about space for a while!

For more information about the HDD compatibility list of Thecus NAS, go to:


  • Rhonin Powers
    10 Mar 2012 | Permalink |

    We purchased the N16000 with 4TB drives and love the fact that all that space is available! We are still working through some issues but would love to see some posts about what/how customers are using this unit. We have 4 Servers running 2008R2 HyperV and using this as the primary storage appliance. We also have 6 ESX Servers that we hope to also leverage this SAN for, unfortuanately we are running into a lot of issues, however to date the support has been somewhat responsive and we are hopeful that we can further explore other features.

  • 4 May 2012 | Permalink |

    I have all of my pictures (and I take alot!) on my coumpter, on discs, on duplicate discs and in photo albums. I keep my duplicate discs in my fire safe box. I have photo albums because they’re more fun to look at than a coumpter screen. I have my duplicate discs for “in case of disaster” purposes and because I have two kids they can each have a set of their childhood pics when they’re older I, too, label all of my cords. We have a couple different cameras with usb cords and charging cords and a video camera with all kinds of cords each and every one is labeled. I am happy to know that I am not the only person with this form of OCD! : )