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Synology releases NAS server for the budget-conscious

updated 06:00 am EST, Fri December 17, 2010

Can provide up to 6TB of storage

Synology has released latest NAS storage addition to its DiskStation range, the DS211+. Designed to cater for the budget-conscious business user or power user, the device includes two hot-swappable drive bays with support for the latest 3TB drives. Depending on whether a users chooses to set it up in a RAID configuration, the DS211+ offers up to 6TB of storage.

It ships with Synology's DiskStation Manager software that offers users the ability to automatically back up data whether it is attached to a PC, Mac or Linux network. Users can access data stored on the device wirelessly over their network or via the internet. It also offers support for streaming media to UPnP enabled devices. The DS211+ includes an SD card slot that allows users to directly import photo to the device.

The Synology DS211+ is shipping now for $400. [via Macworld]



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  1. nowwhatareyoulookingat

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    really

    $400 for a 2-disk unit is 'budget-friendly'?

    You might as well just buy a Mac Mini and use it for all these services.

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