It features a 1.6 GHz dual-core Intel Atom CE5335 “Evansport” CPU with 1 GB of DDR3 RAM and four hot swappable 2.5 or 3.5-inch drive bays. You can pack up to 24TB of solid state or traditional hard drive storage into one of these. As for connectivity, the new DS415play has a single Gigabit Ethernet port, two USB 2.0 ports and three USB 3.0 ports.
It runs Synology’s latest DSM 5.0 software, which features an easy to use interface with several handy content streaming apps built right in. You can find out more about DSM and why every Mac and iOS user should have a Synology DiskStation in our full run down on 9to5Mac. You can also get a better look at Synology’s hardware in general in our DiskStation review.
The DS415play has an MSRP of $539.99 and is expected to become available in US stores sometime around the end of the month. Amazon currently has it on pre-order for $540 and the older DS214play listed at $348.99 shipped (Reg. $370, within $18 of lowest).
Synology® DiskStation DS415play is designed to centralize your multimedia collections and share them effortlessly in your home network. Optimized for multimedia processing, DS415play delivers on-demand Full HD transcoding to guarantee seamless streaming experiences to the widest range of gadgets in your home.
- Up to 24 TB Personal Multimedia Bank
- 1080p Full HD Video Transcoding on the Fly
- Concurrent Multi-Channel Streaming
- DLNA®-Certified Media Server
- 1.6GHz Dual Core CPU with Floating Point Unit
- Over 112.45 MB/s Reading, 101.21 MB/s Writing1
- Running on Synology DiskStation Manager (DSM)
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