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Synology DS220+ 2-Bay NAS (Network-Attached Storage) Enclosure 2 Bays DS220+ £296.99 delivered @ Box Ebay
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Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
This is the cheapest I could find for a DS220+ with celeron processor and 2GB memory
edward2910

Exactly what I wanted to know.

Limmy

I mean I'm an IT person but Xpenology/Synology is great due to the apps, I just can't be arsed doing much IT stuff outside of work these days .. it's so easy to do handy stuff like .. download station. Had my HP N40 for probably 10 years at this point!

illnino

I totally agree with you. From a cost perspective, I have no complaints. Synology can also fail though the possibility is relatively low. With the same cost you can build 5-6 Xpenologies. FreeNas is a great option though I think Synology/Xpenology is much easier to use for non-IT folks. In regards to vulnerability, if you are run it within a LAN, there are not many attack vectors.

ukez

Been there done that, it's okay for a test lab or for storage of none critical data but for production / office use or critical data storage I wouldn't touch it. It's far safer to use freenas or something along that line. Xpenology fails when it comes to security as allot of the time exploits or vulnerabilities are discovered by them or Synology and the xpenology folks simple haven't managed to roll out an immediate workable update which closes those vulnerabilities, so until they do you have to wait, wait, wait and failing that you can risk using the official Synology patch via the DSM interface which allot of the time works, but it can at times disrupt the operating functionality of your xpenology system causing it to fail and if it fails it can be a real long winded pain in the backside recovering it. Whereas carrying out an official update on your official NAS is (9.9x out of 10) is as simple as pushing a single button. I've used xpenology for years , so I'm talking from experience. It's not for most people, especially when something goes wrong. Something like freenas is far safer to use in my opinion.

ukez

Good luck!

Serveur NAS Synology DS-218J White £106.00 @ Amazon
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
Think this is worth a go now.
italkapple

Personally DSM (Synology software) is much better than Qnap from a user experience and feature perspective. You can go to synology’s website a play with a demo of the DSM software so you know what to expect.

austinrodeo

I was lucky enough to grab one for £106 to replace my old My Book Live that has been off network since the vulnerability that allowed the drives to be remotely wiped was discovered a couple of weeks ago. I was about to purchase a QNAP TS-230 for £155 until I saw this. Didn't get chance to fully compare the two models so hope I made the right choice :-)

Lowtrawler

All gone at the quoted price. The 220j at a little over £150 still looks like good value or the 120J at £91 if you can live with 1 drive.

Hopeitscheaper

Already gone I think, this is older model, I have one, it only supports I'm sure without checking specs, upto 12tb drives, but at this price, can't go wrong, I think I paid 150 when I got mine,, good price.

matty1977

It's now 225 not 106

Synology RT2600ac Wireless Mesh Router £115.58 @ Amazon
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Norm £190+ for this Router so a decent drop. Blazing-fast Wi-Fi with up to 2.53Gbps combined wireless bandwidth to supercharge your network. RT2600ac is a powerful wireless router… Read more
Joshimitsu91

Just wanted to give thanks to OP, had this a few weeks now from this deal, been rock solid. Haven't managed to get around to using all the features yet but no complaints so far, especially for this price. Much better than the Plusnet router it replaced (though kudos to them for making it easy to do so). Paired with a second hand Draytek modem it's doing a cracking job.

AJ-92

, hi Lol £. All *

Thoughtful

Yesterdays technology, save your money and buy something more contemporary with 5.8GHz You should be looking for an 802.11 a/x designation and at this price point there should be several available. This is poor value now because it's obsolete.

Kyliehogg

Same here. Easily the best router I have ever had - and (unfortunately) I have had a few over the years....

fishmaster

No because the chipset doesn't support 802.11ax, also the name of the router RT2600ac is a clue that this router supports 802.11ac

Synology DS920+ 4 Bay NAS Enclosure - £404.39 @ Amazon
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
£397.39 when using Amazon Top Up - Thanks @Deviant. … Read more
Racorac

got mine today!

deadnheadless

CPU: Ryzen 3700x - £150 Mobo: MSI B450 Mortax Max - £50 Case: Fractal Node 804 - £55 RAM: Crucial Ballistix 32GB 3600Mhz DDR4 - £140 HDD: Sn 550 1Tb NVME M.2 - £60 GPU: Radeon HD 5450 1GB - £10 Got a wraith cooler and unused spare PSU kicking around in the house somewhere that I need to find. Gone over my planned budget to match the DS920+ offer, but am very happy with what I have managed to get for slightly more money. Will be future proofed for a long time I imagine :)

jazid

Just put in a couple of 4tb to mine. Sticking with dsm6 until dsm7.1 is released and all issues resolved.

jaffamuffin

I received it a week or 2 ago. Havent yet done anything other than put in 16gb have backed up my data, need to take my hdds out my old server and then bob will be my uncle. Is system os 7 the way to go?

Racorac

has anyone recieved theirs yet? I'm still waiting from this offer

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Synology DS920+ 4 Bay NAS Server - £469.29 delivered (UK Mainland) @ eBay / box
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Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Lowest price ever? Been on the lookout for a Synology 4 bay NAS with BTRFS versioning (so must be a + model). Amazon selling for £495. 5% code makes this the best price I've seen. … Read more
jazid

I don't believe so. Looks like you could probably expect 10 years out of the device: https://nascompares.com/answer/how-long-synology-supports-nas-after-eol/

Kartnet

Do Synology drives require any ongoing software costs?

TheRealSpamster

Also worth noting that it most likely will support drives over 4TB in size (my Ds414 was quoted as supporting 3TB drives if memory serves right, but happily runs with 6 TB disks with updated OS). So that's a shed load of potential storage. Just be sure to stay well clear of SMR drives - RAID rebuilds will run on for days with those things!

united4eva

hey were binning a few including a QNAP and some other stuff so thought be rude not to!! Lets see how i get on, doubt I will fill all the bays but miight come in handy in the winter LOL.

TheRealSpamster

It's from 2013 I believe. But it will be running the same OS as a modern one so the age needn't be an issue. Wish my work would give me one of those :D Just be warned that 9 fully populated bays are likely to get pretty warm!

Synology DS120j 1-Bay/2-Bay Desktop NAS (Network-Attached Storage) Enclosure, £82.71 / £137.15 using code (UK Mainland) at Ebuyer / eBay
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Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Good offer, also Synology DS220j 2 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure at £137.15 Product Overview An Ideal First NAS for EveryoneDS120j is a centralized storage solution that allows yo… Read more
A57ton

A one bay NAS is totally fine for most people. It’s network attached storage, the selling point being you can access from multiple locations/anywhere. Backup is great and all, but not everything…

Chad_

if your only using it to back up an other nas then it makes sense. as its only a singular backup

vraxxos

What's the point of single bay nas?

Andy_Boot

Just a couple of D-Link DCS932 IP cameras, nothing expensive or special

A57ton

I use mine for CCTV too. I have Hikvison at the front (20FPS), then 3 Annke (12FPS) ones elsewhere. All 4K.