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    Synology Disk Stations

    Anyone use them. Any opinions

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    Synology Disk Station Manager - CES 2013

    Looks interesting from the above You Tube vid.
    I would consider something like this if I had a permanent residence. I'd work it in conjunction with a number of PC's around the house as a central media server and backup solution.
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    Synology and QNAP seem to be regarded as the leading brands of NAS for business, but they aren't particularly cheap. For that reason I haven't yet bought either for home use.
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