Apical launches Thecus N2560 NAS Server with USB 3.0

7th October 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Apical-Thecus-N2560-NAS-Server-USB 3.0New Delhi, India, October 7, 2013: Apical, distributor for solution based product line today launched its Thecus N2560, which provides users with an easy solution for USB copying with press of a single button. Simply plug a USB flash drive into the front port and press the button above the power switch to get started. All the files on the USB drive will then be backed-up onto the Thecus N2560 NAS server.

USB flash drives are often used for storage, back-ups, and transferring files between devices. But when it comes to NAS systems, USB data transfers are often a complicated process requiring a third-party device, such as a laptop or PC. With the incorporation of USB 3.0 and this one-press-copy feature, Thecus has simplified the backup process giving users more free time to spend with their data.

Thecus Intelligent N2560 NAS server helps to record the copy task and can even display the ongoing transfers’ progress rate. With the help of Intelligent NAS, any user can easily manage and improve their backup policy. To back up the files on these units, a user simply choose USB copy in its NAS’s control panel, and all data will be quickly stored.

 

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