Synology NAS DS211 & DS411j Review

DSM - First Impressions

Synology NAS DSx11j Shoot Out

Disk Station Manager 3.0

Synology NAS DSx11 Round Up

Don't be fooled by DSM 3.0 as it is certainly not your average web interface. You will quickly find that it has a lot more in common with a linux based Operating System. It is very responsive, aesthetically pleasing and has an extensive set of features and diagnostics. Over the next few pages we'll cover what exactly these features are.

Synology NAS DSx11j Shoot Out

Upon first log in, you will be greeted by a Quick Start Menu. This offers direct access to key areas which any new adopter of the device will need to visit.

Synology NAS DSx11 Round Up

Quick Start is orientated towards new users as well as technology novices in general. Each action within Quick Start is associated with a brief description, outlining what the feature does and how the user is supposed to configure it.

Unless stated otherwise, the Quick Start window will appear upon every visit to DSM. Once familiar with the system, it is likely that the end user will disable this facility and use the conventional control panels instead.

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Most Recent Comments

16-11-2010, 07:07:50

tinytomlogan
Synology are back with a refreshed range of NAS devices. How will they perform?

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22-11-2010, 11:51:10

disik
Please provide us with a detailed images of PCB of DS411j and description of what's inside.

22-11-2010, 12:50:32

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by disik View Post

Please provide us with a detailed images of PCB of DS411j and description of what's inside.
Thats what the main review is for dude.

22-11-2010, 14:22:16

disik
I mean pictures and description of the PCB components, like RAM module - soldered on the board or inserted into a socket, ROM flash memory removable or not, etc., just like you did at http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/storage/synology_ds710_2-bay_all-in-1_nas_server/3 review.

Thanks.
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