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Synology USB Station 2 Review

Rating: 9.0.

KitGuru has reviewed many Synology products recently and our findings have shown that they have been incredibly successful targeting both the business and home enthusiast markets with high performance solutions. As many people are immediately discouraged by typical NAS pricing however today we are going to look at one of their latest ‘stripped down’ products for the mass market.

The Synology USB Station 2 has been built as the foundation of a central hub system, offering connectivity to USB hard drives and printers while also delivering media options. The fact it is silent, has a tiny physical footprint and low power drain will appeal to many users.

Instead of offering integrated hard drives, the USB Station 2 has two USB ports which can accept two external hard drives, up to 2TB in capacity each, for a total of 4TB storage. The unit ships with a Gigabit Lan port bringing high performance streaming capabilities to your network.

  • Max HDD Capacity: 4TB (2X 2TB external USB hard drives)1
  • Size (HxWxD): 46mm X 122mm X 111mm
  • External HDD Interface: USB 2.0 port X2
  • Weight: 147g
  • LAN: Gigabit X1
  • Wireless Support

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