The Synology DS107+ is the most sophisticated NAS device we've tested to date. There is so much you can do with this device besides conventional NAS-based features that, although it's very easy to use, it suits networking enthusiasts better than novice users.
The addition of another hard drive and the RAID configurations is totally worth it.
The Synology DS107+ is the most sophisticated NAS device we've tested to date. Its more advanced features require some networking know-how, but the included software and Web interface go a long way in helping you tackle the various offerings. You can't beat all the features you get for the price.
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