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Synology DS115j DiskStation 1-Bay 3TB Network Attached NAS Storage w/ 1x 3TB Hard Drive 151.93 delivered. @ Broadband Buyer
Synology DS115j DiskStation 1-Bay 3TB Network Attached NAS Storage w/ 1x 3TB Hard Drive 151.93 delivered. @ Broadband Buyer

Synology DS115j DiskStation 1-Bay 3TB Network Attached NAS Storage w/ 1x 3TB Hard Drive 151.93 delivered. @ Broadband Buyer

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Compact, lightweight, and energy-efficient, the Synology DS115j DiskStation 1-Bay Network Attached NAS Storage device is perfect for budget-conscious home users looking for a simple, yet feature-rich NAS server. Easily back up documents, monitor live surveillance feeds, or build a personal cloud to share files with friends and family. This Synology DS115j DiskStation includes two free IP camera licenses with the Surveillance Station add-on package.

Key Features

Pre-populated with 3TB of storage capacity (includes 1x 3TB Hard Drive).
Compact and lightweight 1-bay network attached NAS storage enclosure.
Supports Windows Backup for Windows users and Time Machine support for Mac users.
Running on the award winning Synology DiskStation Manager (DSM) operating system.
Compatible with other devices such as computers, mobile devices, DLNA devices and stereos.
Offers comprehensive network protocol including FTP, SMB2, AFP, NFS and WebDAV.
Comprehensive cloud service enabling syncing of files among DiskStations and multiple devices.
Two free IP camera licenses with the Surveillance Station add-on package.

Model: HDWD130UZSVA
Capacity: 3TB
Speed: 7200RPM
Cache: 64MB
Interface: SATA 6Gb/s
Form factor: 3.5 inch

16 Comments

Enclosure is £73 off amazon, although with a 1-3 week wait, but the used very good is only £68. Drive is £73 off amazon aswell.

Not too sure about the Tosh drive, thinking of just getting the NAS and waiting for a WD hard drive deal, the price for the NAS itself is £77.69 which isn't bad actually. Having said that I have three NAS devices already, an Iomega and two Zyxel (1 x single and 1 x double) and don't really use them that much even though I have a need. I was thinking moving to a Synology might be an improvement in usability generally and hence it might get used! Can anyone who has one comment?

Ah, didn't see that for £73 via Amazon in 'Other sellers'. Even bettere deal thanks.

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sabresonic

Ah, didn't see that for £73 via Amazon in 'Other sellers'. Even bettere … Ah, didn't see that for £73 via Amazon in 'Other sellers'. Even bettere deal thanks.



It is not in stock at amazon.

How do these work for backups, do you just point windows file history for example to backup to the nas or does the nas itself have some backup software solution?

DISH1982

It is not in stock at amazon.


Usually dispatched within 1-3 weeks, not in stock but will be. Anyway, there is still one 'very good' used in warehouse at £68, the others have gone.

DISH19821 h, 17 m ago

It is not in stock at amazon.


Usually dispatched within 1 - 3 weeks. I'm in no hurry and I have Amazon Prime.

amazon.co.uk/d/S…52/

See 'Other Sellers on Amazon'

£73.64 sold by Amazon Prime

sabresonic

Not too sure about the Tosh drive, thinking of just getting the NAS and … Not too sure about the Tosh drive, thinking of just getting the NAS and waiting for a WD hard drive deal, the price for the NAS itself is £77.69 which isn't bad actually. Having said that I have three NAS devices already, an Iomega and two Zyxel (1 x single and 1 x double) and don't really use them that much even though I have a need. I was thinking moving to a Synology might be an improvement in usability generally and hence it might get used! Can anyone who has one comment?



I have a 213J. With 2 x 3tb WD reds. It has been fantastic. Always available as mapped drives on laptop. Easy to use mobile apps for photos, music, video etc. My wife and I both have geofencing set up on iPhone app so all our photos and videos upload when we come home. Use it quite frequently remotely and it always works.

Honestly can't recommend it enough

Meluk9

How do these work for backups, do you just point windows file history for … How do these work for backups, do you just point windows file history for example to backup to the nas or does the nas itself have some backup software solution?



Is there any point to this if there is no raid on the cheaper models

I have a bunch of synology units (2/4ba), and use a usb hard drive for backing up the nas.

the synology DSM software is a dream. back up phone's, multiple computers, even up to cloud.

I have 1.4tb of photos uploading to Amazon, it synchs my Dropbox, is hosts my music and videos.

not sure I'd by a solo drive unit but if that's your needs, rock on.

Vhnvfzc

Is there any point to this if there is no raid on the cheaper models



Yes as this will be a 2nd level backup. I am already using the cloud but would like something local which will also if possible protect against ransomware attacks.

Don't have it as a mapped drive in that case, most ransomware will encrypt that as well! Use ftp or make sure you have an offline backup of this too!

Cannot recommend synology enough. I've had a ds210j for about 6 years and it's superb for all the above reasons. took the time to clean about 2 inches of dust off the fans and it still runs quiet.

I use mapped drive as it's easier for wife and kids to use. I have a full back up on a removable drive done once a week. And a second removable back up of the really important stuff. E.g documents and photos. Overkill but worst case I nuke computers and diskstation and lose very little

Have one of these 1tb version use it to watch movies on my tv excellent and extremely reliable NAS highly recommended

good os but poor hardware. so slow. try ds116 for a snappier solution. more ££££ but worth it
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