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Synology DS412+ NAS Review - Specifications, Availability and Pricing

Synology's DS412+ NAS has quiet operation, along with a small footprint but big performance, and a number of consumer and business features.

| SOHO NAS/DAS in Storage | Posted: Oct 11, 2012 6:18 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: Synology

Specifications, Availability and Pricing


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Synology chose an Intel Atom processors running at 2.13GHz for the DS412+, an extremely powerful yet efficient processor for the task. Paired with the Atom, Synology chose 1GB of DDR3 that is upgradable to 4GB.


When we discuss NAS appliances and servers, we group them by the number of drive bays. The DS412+ is a quad bay NAS that supports 4TB HDDs and that gives us a total of 16TB of user capacity before RAID over head. This NAS also has extra expansion options, dual USB 3.0 and a single eSATA port, all on the back of the unit. Getting to that data is what's important though and that is why the DS412+ ships with dual gigabit Ethernet ports that can be teamed to deliver over 200MB/s of network performance.


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Synology manufacturers feature rich NAS products that take advantage of new and existing technology.


Using Google Shopping we found the diskless DS412+ for as low as $615, but if you don't want to worry about checking for compatible drives, Synology also sells preloaded DS412+ units that increase in price as you move up the capacity scale.


Synology provides the DS412+ with a two year limited warranty.

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