Synology Officially Launches German Website

"Grüße, Synology's German-Speaking users!"

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Synology Officially Launches German Website
Synology® today announced its official German website,, to provide comprehensive supports for German-speaking users with localized web content.

"The figures revealed by the famous traffic ranking website showed that approximately 30% of Synology website traffic comes from Germany," said Edward Lin, Marketing Director of Synology, "it's our honor and responsibility to build up a solid supporting portal for our German users."

"The Synology official German website aims to present a much friendly environment for existing German-speaking users," added Lin, "as well as to create a community that could encourage more German participants to share their experiences of using Synology products." The website showcases multifaceted information such as the general product information, DSM2.0 features, latest media coverage and the Synology's press release, purchase information, technical FAQ contents, and a full-featured discussion forum.

To visit the official German website, please click:
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26-11-2008, 13:08:49

YAY! Be nice to see what OC3D think of it.

03-12-2008, 13:40:13

Got an email from the shop today, the case has been recieved and sent to me. Should be arriving 'within 2 days', by the tone of it I expect it to arrive tomorrow.

Having a day off friday, so pics/minireview will come then :)

05-12-2008, 01:20:39

Cool. Be good to see how it looks from a consumers perspective. :)

05-12-2008, 02:50:56

It arrived yesterday :) But my dad's camera (alpha 350) refused to take a single picture -.- I'll give it another shot this afternoon.

05-12-2008, 05:15:22

Cool thanks!

09-12-2008, 05:53:15

So hows the case?

Also overclock3d have published the review

09-12-2008, 06:23:15

like this one, not bad at all

09-12-2008, 12:45:18


So hows the case?

Also overclock3d have published the review

Sorry, completely forgot to post back here.

I'm quite liking the case. The cables were easy to manage, there's a LOT of airflow and it looks... well... Not bad at least.

Installing hardware really is easier than in an average case (centurion 590 for example). Cons are that the front is plastic (doesn't feel good), the airflow makes quite a lot of noise going through the fan grills when everything's on full and the case has so much mesh in it that the LED's from my motherboard light the whole room.

Will be making a dutch review about it too, might just translate it to english.

10-12-2008, 03:59:25

Cool sounds like a good case.

10-12-2008, 09:12:15

You will not understand most of it, but here's the review:

The pics will tell most of the story :) I might translate it to english, but first I'll write the dutch reviews about the i7 920, gigabyte UD5, scythe musashi and Noctua U12P SE1366

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