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Synology DS213air Review: Your home cloud goes wireless

Synology DS213air Review: Your home cloud goes wireless

Backup. It's more often than not the guilty omission in homes and small offices, and the hassle of setup - finding a place to plug in for both power and network - is often cited as a key hurdle. Synology wants to change all that with the DiskStation DS213air, the company's first WiFi-equipped NAS: up to 8TB of storage, all the media streaming a modern home might demand, and in a small and affordable footprint. Does wireless overcome that big barrier to backup? Read on for our full review.

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Synology DS212air adds wireless to twin-drive NAS streamer

Synology DS212air adds wireless to twin-drive NAS streamer

Synology has a new NAS for home and small office users, and if trailing ethernet cables has put you off a redundant backup system, the wirelessly-enabled DiskStation DS213air. A 2-bay NAS server, the DS213air includes not only a gigabit ethernet port for traditional network hook-ups, but integrated 2.4GHz WiFi b/g/n for times when wires aren't appropriate. However, the WiFi can also be used as a hotspot.

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Synology launches 4-bay DiskStation DS413j NAS

Synology launches 4-bay DiskStation DS413j NAS

Synology has introduced the world to its latest network-attached storage solution, launching the 4-bay DiskStation DS413j. Using the DiskStation DS413j, small companies and individual users can create their own private cloud storage servers, and the 4-bay design means that they can store up 16TB of data on the device. It also comes running DiskStation Manager 4.1, an operating system that Synology claims will provide "rich features to boost user-productivity and simplify their tasks."

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Synology 2013 DiskStation DS213 and DS213+ priced and released

Synology 2013 DiskStation DS213 and DS213+ priced and released

This week the folks at Synology America Corp. have revealed their brand new 2013 model NAS devices, both the DiskStations DS213 and DS213+. These new additions to the DiskStation family offer up 2-bay storage and are made for both the office and the home. Both models bring on Synology Hybrid RAID (SHR) for near-instantaneous volume creation and the simplification of volume management as well.

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Synology DiskStation DS213+ 2-bay NAS goes big for small businesses

Synology DiskStation DS213+ 2-bay NAS goes big for small businesses

The next NAS has been revealed by Synology with the DiskStation DS213+, a 2-bay device with full-featured storage for businesses both medium and small. This device is "the first 2013 model" as they say, bringing on a dual-core 1.067 GHz processor to make both reading and writing take on the next generation of file sharing. This device also employs a brand new System Hibernation mode for major reductions in power consumption.

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Synology DS412+ and DS112 debut

Synology DS412+ and DS112 debut

Sure, you have one or two hard drives with your multimedia collection safely backed up, but what about if you have some serious storage needs? Maybe you need to share and backup huge amounts of data across your office network, or maybe you’re fed up of physical discs and are backing up a large movie collection. Synology once again have the product you’re probably looking for.

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Synology DiskStation DS112j now available

Synology DiskStation DS112j now available

If you’re looking for a relatively simple way to share your hard drive contents over the network, but don’t want to spring for the more expensive multi-drive NAS solutions, Synology has you covered. Today they’re launching a new NAS product in their DiskStation line, designed for just a single hard drive, the DS112j. They’re hoping the affordable nature of the device plus its quiet operation will tickle your fancy.

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Synology updates DiskStation Manager to 4.0 (Beta)

Synology updates DiskStation Manager to 4.0 (Beta)

Synology has added many new features and refreshed the user interface in their DiskStation Manager 4.0. When loaded up, there is a new pane that shows the health of your system, a resource monitor, recent logs, and cloud storage available. The health of your system is maintained by their new integrated virus protection. The service is updated by Clam AntiVirus but maintained by Synology.

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