Synology recently released an addition to their Plus Series of NAS devices, the DS916+. This falls at the upper end of the Plus Series featuring a powerful Intel Pentium N3710 Quad-Core processor. Will Synology’s latest NAS win us over? Read on to find out…
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With the DS216j, Synology is aiming squarely at the value buyer who wants to get maximum bang for their buck. This little NAS is capable of supporting 16 TB of storage integrated into Synology’s ever expanding DiskStation Manager platform. Read on to see how much NAS you can get for $170/£140.
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