Synology DS713+ Pro Reviews
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"Overall we are impressed with the build quality, design, performance and features of the Synology DS713+. Meanwhile the DX513 expansion unit makes it possible to increase storage without sacrificing performance, though it’s probably not the most cost effective way to get 7-bay support. Still, this is a flexible solution for growing businesses or professionals that cannot afford to cough up $800+ right off the bat for the larger devices."
"To sum up, the DS713+ offers great performance and reliability, and comes with a massive list of features. Considering its capabilities and the time and money Synology spent on developing its software, it is, on top of that, sold for a fair price. You also shouldn't forget the very important support Synology offers with their products, and Synology provides the DS713+ with a three year warranty instead of the two years of the competition, which is a big plus. The DS713+ is a great choice if you need a strong NAS with the option to upgrade its storage capacity later on."
"Even with the performance issue, the DS713+ is a solid choice for SOHO users looking for a NAS device that can grow with their needs. The five bay expansion unit (sold separately) allows you to add more drives as your budget allows, and the Synology Hybrid RAID technology will integrate the new drives into the pool without the need to copy the data off and rebuild the array from scratch. If you would like the functionality of a “real server” for a small number of users without the hassle and expense of purchasing and setting up a full rackmount unit, the DS713+ is a great choice."