Synology outs DS412+, DS112 NAS drives, feeds the data hungry

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If you’re looking for somewhere to house all those high ISO shots you just took, then perhaps one of these new NAS drives from Synology will see you right. The DS412+ will be the one appealing to the big data hoarders, with four bays each capable of storing a 4TB drive (for a max total of 16). The box itself being is powered by a 2.13 GHz chip and 1GB RAM, which gives it top read / write speeds of 202.63 MB/s and 179.15 MB/s. A built-in redundancy mechanism comprising two 92 mm system fans should help prevent losing all your precious media. If you’re not needing quite so much back-up, then the DS112 might be more your thing. A max capacity of 4TB ticks over with 1.6GHz processor and 256 RAM, and will take 3.5" or 2.5" drives. Both have USB 3.0 and eSata ports and run the firm’s DSM4.0 operating system. You can start pouring your data inside them today, assuming you’ve got the $720 or $380, respectively, needed to pick one up.Continue reading Synology outs DS412+, DS112 NAS drives, feeds the data hungrySynology outs DS412+, DS112 NAS drives, feeds the data hungry originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 21 Mar 2012 21:24:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink SlashGear  |   | Email this | Comments

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