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    Synology releases the DiskStation DS416slim 4-bay NAS server

    Coinciding with the launch of its new DiskStation Manager 6.0 software.
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    Re: Synology releases the DiskStation DS416slim 4-bay NAS server

    Would be nice to see a white version.
    Populated with 4 x SSD's would be very quite.

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    Re: Synology releases the DiskStation DS416slim 4-bay NAS server

    Any reliable 2.5inch hard drives you'd take in one of these in preference to larger drives in a standard NAS?

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    Re: Synology releases the DiskStation DS416slim 4-bay NAS server

    Quote Originally Posted by daddacool View Post
    Any reliable 2.5inch hard drives you'd take in one of these in preference to larger drives in a standard NAS?
    I've used the Western Digital RED WD10JFCX 1TB (100+ in service) and it's reliable, not individually that fast but then when you're bottlenecked by 1Gb ethernet it's not an issue for NAS use.

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    Re: Synology releases the DiskStation DS416slim 4-bay NAS server

    Why only a max of 8TB? Wouldn't being able to increase to 12 or 16 be preferable? I'd much prefer being able to backup and increase to larger drive sets as the need arose. Or is that the current limit of 2.5" drives?

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