Synology Cube Station CS407 NAS Review

Posted: Jul 19 2007, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:54am CDT, in Technology News


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Synology Cube Station CS407 NAS Review

The Techlounge reviews the Synology Cube Station CS407 NAS.

Quote from the review: "The market for external storage has really started to heat up over the last couple of years. As greater capacities are becoming commonplace, people are finding even more stuff to store. As I have written in the past, the more space a person has, the more they will find to store in it, in the real world as well as the digital one. Some people can buy that 500 GB, 750 or 1 TB drive and slap it in their computer, but others want more complicated solutions. And the more you have to store, the more you have to lose. It is this increased awareness of data protection as well as storage needs which have given the NAS (network attached storage) market a boost. Light years ahead of the external hard drive, network attached storage brings with it a huge feature set, from remote accessibility, to automatic backups, and hardware failsafe systems. What is even more amazing is that these feats don’t require a second mortgage. Today’s NAS contender is the Cube Station CS407 NAS, from a newer company (founded in 2000) called Synology."
Read the full Synology Cube Station CS407 review on The Techlounge.

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