Synology DiskStation DS218j/8TB-IW entry-level 2-bay 8TB(2x4TB Seagate IronWolf) NAS for home and personal cloud storage £367.47 Del @ Box
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Synology DiskStation DS218j/8TB-IW entry-level 2-bay 8TB(2x4TB Seagate IronWolf) NAS for home and personal cloud storage £367.47 Del @ Box

£367.47£394.977%Box.co.uk Deals
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Found 26th Nov
Thought this was a great price for the Synology Diskstation, especially as it comes ready to go with 2 x 4TB IronWolf Seagate Drives. IronWolf are specially made drives for your NAS, with ratings of 180TB/Year, and enhanced power management,

Having a look around, the unit itself can be had for around £170 before the cost of the drives, so a nice saving is to be made if you prefer to source all together.


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Cost-effective home storage server

Backup all your digital assets with Synology DS218j, a powerful 2-bay NAS with rapid data transmission and low power consumption, designed for home users.

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Got this Thursday Amazon 118 but diskless
Can I plug this into my iPhone for Apple’s new iOS update?
For anyone not in the know, the iron wolf's are equivalent to the WD reds.
Anyone got opinions on Seagate v WD for warranty RMA's?
Works out cheaper if you get the unit and hard drives using this offer:

hotukdeals.com/dea…133

£151.64 for the unit and 2x4TB drives (2x£103.18) = £357.85
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