Synology DS416PLAY 4-bay NAS Enclosure only £345.79 delivered @ AmazonFR

Synology DS416PLAY 4-bay NAS Enclosure only £345.79 delivered @ AmazonFR

Found 13th Jun 2017
The Synology DS416PLAY 4-bay NAS enclosure is currently £345.79 delivered at AmazonFR. It's £370.98 @ AmazonUK and as far as I can tell, this is as cheap as it gets. It might get cheaper if we experience a Brexit bounce, but I wouldn't bank on it.

Some specs and info:

- Ideal 4-bay NAS as home multimedia center
- Dual gigabit LAN ports runs Link Aggregation on your home switch
- Single H.264 4K or triple Full HD 1080p video transcoding on the fly
- Multimedia streaming via DLNA-certified media server
- Brightness adjustable front LED indicators with schedule control

Product Description
Synology DiskStation DS416play is a 4-bay NAS server with incredible fun. The massive storage capacity allows you to store your entire multimedia library and turns it into a centralized multimedia center. Powered by a hardware transcoding engine, DS416play delivers real-time transcoding of 4K Ultra HD to various kinds of devices you have, giving you a smooth and high quality streaming experience. Synology DiskStation DS416play is backed with Synology’s 2-year limited warranty.

Massive Storage Capacity with Utmost Fun

Synology DS416play is born to be your ideal, centralized multimedia center with large storage capacity. Equipped with four drive bays, DS416play supports up to 32 TB storage size, therefore all of your favorite videos, photos and music can be easily stored and shared with others. DS416play comes with an Intel Celeron dual-core CPU and 1GB RAM, delivering outstanding performance – 225.68 MB/s reading and 186.67 MB/s writing – under RAID 5 configuration in a Windows environment1. With AES-NI hardware encryption engine built-in, the encrypted data transmission performance can reach over 224.91 MB/s in reading and 142.56 MB/s in writing.

DS416play comes with three USB 3.0 ports for high speed external storage exchange. Dual Gigabit LAN with failover support and hot-swappable drive tray design ensure continual service uptime during drive replacement or unexpected LAN failure. Adaptive Load Balancing optimizes the network traffic received and sent by your Synology NAS without the requirement of special network switch. Brightness-adjustable front LED with schedule control provides flexible LED settings that best suit your environment.

4K Ultra HD Multimedia Bank

Synology DiskStation DS416play features real-time H.264 single-channel 4K Ultra HD or triple-channel Full HD2 video transcoding, bringing more complete support to the latest multimedia file formats and contents and allowing easy file sharing across Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms. With Video Station, you can watch movies and TV shows online or directly through the DS video app on Apple TV. Photo Station’s intuitive design allows you to effortlessly organize photos into customized categories, smart albums and blog posts, and link them to social networking websites within a few clicks. Audio Station comes with Internet radio and lossless audio formats support and provides music playback via DLNA, AirPlay, and Bluetooth devices (a Bluetooth dongle is required).

DLNA-Certified Media Server

A certified DLNA DMS (Digital Media Server), DS416play serves also as a ready media server with the capability to host digital multimedia contents for remote playback. DLNA-compliant devices can access the shared contents in DS416play in the same local area network without the fuss over privilege settings. Not only does it make your multimedia bank available without any preconfiguration, Synology mobile apps transform your mobile device into the remote control of your DS416play, sending movies and photos to your TV or music to your speaker right from the palm of your hand.
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Looks like the price jumped from 368 euros to 393.73. Deal over then... if it ever was a deal judging by the cold votes.

£335.06 Amazon UK - … £335.06 Amazon UK -

I've been comparing prices with this one at Amazon; what's the difference between this and the one you posted if any? Is it simply a case of Amazon having two webpages for the same product?

Edited by: "windhoek" 13th Jun 2017
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