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At the Synology 2016 Conference in Singapore, Synology unveiled its plans for the future, including an updated NAS operating system, a couple of new NAS devices, and its first ever router!
Recognizing that cloud storage has become a big part of our lives, a host of new devices aimed at allowing users to have their own personal cloud has emerged. Here's an overview of the devices out there that can enable you to have your own personal cloud.
A quick roundup of some new NAS boxes consumers can expect to see on retail shelves in the coming months.
Equipped with the Intel Atom D525 processor with 1GB of DDR2 memory, the 4-bay Promise SmartStor NS4700 offers five USB ports and two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Priced competitively at S$1,049, find out if it works as fine as it looks.
Priced at S$550, the 4-bay Thecus N4100EVO NAS runs on a a 600MHz dual-core Cavium CPU (ARM-based architecure) and includes dedicated hardware for the business of building (or rebuilding) RAID arrays. We take it to the labs to see if this one will stand out from its competitors.
Powered by a dual-core Intel Atom processor running at 1.8GHz, the TS-459 Pro II comes with 1GB of memory as standard. How will this one stack up against other network storage boxes? We find out.
These days most NAS are powered by Intel Atom processors, and the only way to identify each NAS box is through its aesthetics or software within it. We find out if the StorCenter px4-300d can differentiate itself from its peers.
Other than looking a lot like the TS-419P+, the QNAP TS-419P II and its predecessor also have a lot in common in the hardware department. A major difference is that the latter sports a speedier Marvell 2.0GHz processor. Let's find out if this 4-bay NAS delivers.
Powered by an Intel Atom D525 dual-core processor running at 1.8GHz and 1GB of DDR3 RAM, the Thecus N5200XXX has five bays for up to 15TB of storage capacity. If you're looking for a NAS to last you for a long time, this could be it.