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Synology DS410j


$391.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Machine runs whisper quiet, very little noise. Uses barely any power, sleep mode draws almost nothing. Sends emails to you if something is amiss.

The Cons:Price is a little higher than on comparable systems.

The Synology DS410j is a small-office/home-office (SOHO) network server featuring four drive bays. It can be configured with up to 8TB of storage space and features Gigabit/USB connectivity for functioning as the central repository to a small to medium-sized business network.

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Its wide-array of functionalities — including DLNA, Music, Photo, Print, etc. — means it can be utilized to stream cinematic videos, music tracks, torrents, print queues, and even Internet radio. More importantly, the DS410j is equipped with a bundle of backup software allowing it to keep even the data off a USB thumb drive safely secured. Additional features include remote access via iPhone; website publication with PHP+MySQL; and even worldwide photo sharing.

Features

  • SOHO NAS
  • Four SATA/SDD Bays
  • 24/7 Media Server
  • Photo/Music/Video Streaming
  • Web Publication (PHP/MySQL/OpenSource)
  • Remote Access via Web/iPhone
  • Automatic Data Backup

Specifications

  • CPU: 800MHz
  • Memory: 128MB
  • Internal HDD(Option 1): 3.5” SATA x4
  • Internal HDD(Option 2): 2.5” SATA/SDD x4
  • Max Capacity: 8TB
  • External HDD Interface: USB 2.0
  • LAN: Gigabit
  • Protocols: CIFS, AFP, FTP, NFS, Telnet/SSH
  • File System: EXT3, FAT, NTFS

Server Functions

  • DLNA/UPnP Media
  • iTunes Media
  • Printer Server
  • File Station
  • Audio Station
  • Photo Station
  • RAID JBOD/0/1
  • Backup Solution

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Pros
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    machine runs whisper quiet, very little noise

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    uses barely any power, sleep mode draws almost nothing

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    sends emails to you if something is amiss

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    runs itself without any need to do maintenance or re-configure periodically

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    capable of all forms of RAID, and can switch between them

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    can be expanded with additional drives down the line

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    lots of support, with active online communities, wikis, and phone support

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    solid construction, reliable design strongly defends against any possible data loss or failure

Cons
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    price is a little higher than on comparable systems

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