Fast dual-core processor and server-like storage performance, flexible RAID support, hot sparing, scheduled power off/on, bundled web, database and mail servers, other integrated applications.
Massive storage capability, Great performance, WebDAV is great feature for remotely accessing & modifying data, Android apps for Audio, Photo, and Camera, New user interface looks nice and works well
Excellent performance, Easy setup, Accepts 3.5” and 2.5” drives, Feature rich, Quiet operation, Energy saving.
No hot swapping of disks.
New user interface could be improved, Windows ACL needs tweaking for enterprise environments, Still no domain user access to applications (Audio/Photo/Surveillance/WebDAV), My DSM Wishlist:, I have used DSM for more than a year and it is a very good packa
No front USB port, Drives are accessible from the rear only.
By TechwareLabs on July 03, 2011
Every time we review a Synology Disk Station we are shocked at the total package value of these devices. Providing a review that will express the multitude of features DSM is packed with is next to impossible. The DiskStation manager 3.1 offers an...-
By Legion Hardware on April 27, 2011
The Synology DS411+ is one of the most powerful Atom based NAS devices we have come across, the Intel Atom D510 seems perfectly suited for this kind of use. Given the specifications, the DS411+ performed as anticipated and proved to be a great quality...-
By StorageReview on December 30, 2010
The DiskStation DS411+ is a big performance step up from the last Synology NAS we reviewed earlier this year. This time around processor and RAM limitations were not a problem, as the DS411+ offers a 1.67GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of memory. The...-
By RegHardware on November 17, 2010
While there may be speedier Nas boxes out there, Synology’s DiskStation product line is miles ahead of the curve thanks to the features of DiskStation Manager 3.0. It's just a pity the physical styling doesn't follow suit. Still, if...80
By The Inquirer on October 13, 2010
Anyone wanting a snazzy design will be left disappointed since the grey metal chassis gives the DS411+ something of a sombre feel. It's by no means badly-designed, though, with thumbscrews at the rear providing quick access to the drive bays. Disks...90
By Bigbruin on September 14, 2010
Speaking of the hardware alone, the Synology DiskStation 411+ NAS is fantastic. I cannot think of any issues one might have with the unit. It would take a serious number of users to fully tax the hardware; more people than you would typically find at...-
By V3.co.uk on September 13, 2010
Like other members of the Synology Disk Station family, the DS411+ is a lot more than just a very quick and capable storage appliance. It can also be a web, database and email server, share printers, monitor and manage surveillance cameras and a lot...100
By TweakNews on September 07, 2010
In terms of performance, Synology's DS411+ is tough to beat. Both read and write speeds are blazing fast and it can easily handle multiple, simultaneous file transfers. All in all, the unit is consistent with what I've come to expect from...-
By HEXUS.net on July 27, 2010
Managing the DiskStation DS411+ is admittedly a pleasure, but whilst excelling in one aspect, the unit stutters in another. Performance during our benchmarks proved to be decidedly average, and if speed is your primary concern, rival manufacturers...60
By SlashGear on July 26, 2010
Synology promised us speed, speed and more speed with their new DiskStation DS411+ NAS, and so we had to take them up on the challenge. A four-drive RAID array targeted at demanding home users or SMBs, the DS411+ may look sober on the outside but with...-