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Synology Launch ‘Palm-Sized Personal Cloud’

Taipei based hardware manufacturer, Synology, has launched its new ‘DiskStation DS419slim’ in Australia – marketed as a “personal cloud you can fit in the palm of your hands.”

The device will release locally in July for RRP $507.

The new ultra-compact 4-bay Network Attached Storage (NAS) is designed with small offices and home users in mind, offering functionality without the usual large size.

The portable device delivers over 220MB/s reading and 94MB/s writing.

The product claims to reliably store photos, videos and files, whilst being easy to share data on-the-go and offer secure file transfer.

Users can also turn their Synology NAS into a home media hub, streaming digital files onto their mobile devices, Google Chromecast, Samsung TV and Apple TV.

File access is made simpler via ‘QuickConnect’, allowing users to access files on their Synology NAS over the internet without setting up port forwarding rules, or other complex network settings.

Further information and full product specifications are available on Synology’s website here.

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