Yes, we did bring you word earlier today that the good people over at Bethesda did not have any kind of announcement to make over at Spike TV VGX (Video Game Awards), apart from revealing Skyrim there, which means that we no longer need to wait in anticipation of a Fallout 4 announcement later this year. Which is a good thing, really, since there are just three more weeks or so left to go for 2013 before we greet 2014 with a renewed sense of optimism, hoping that Bethesda would come up with more details about a future Fallout title. After all, we were already treated to a teaser website in the past, not to mention a mysterious Fallout website that releases another coded message.
Patience would be the key virtue for all Fallout fans to display here, and just like politics, a week could be a very long time. Ah well, if you were part of the Duke Nukem 3D group who literally waited and waited for years on end without anything to show up other than rumors and vaporware, then waiting for Fallout 4 should be easy peasy. Just when do you wager that Bethesda will finally reveal something that is a whole lot more concrete for Fallout 4?
In this day and age, the total amount of information that we have in our slew of devices can add up to staggering values, so much so that it is virtually impossible to keep track of it all after a while. You would need plenty of discipline as well as enough resources and physical space to start cataloging those 1TB hard drives by the computer. Well, cheap and feature rich storage devices are always in demand, so you might want to check out the Thecus N2310 NAS that has just arrived in the US as part of your potential purchases.
Just what kind of goodies will the Thecus N2310 NAS bring to the table? For starters, it will come with a gigabit Ethernet port, a single USB 2.0 port, and of course, just to keep up with the rest of the times, one USB 3.0 port to go. Needless to say, those would be the kind of features that we would have expected it to arrive right out of the box, including a built-in BitTorrent client and RAID support. One good thing about the Thecus N2310 NAS would be its energy efficiency, where Thecus claims it will sip a mere 5W of power. If you were to translate it to the total amount of electricity that you had to pay for it, it would cost a mere $5.03 annually on average to run it at home. $170 certainly sounds like an absolute bargain for the Thecus N2310 NAS.