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Promoted 04-19-2015 by Discombobulated at 11:50 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Synology DS1515+ DiskStation 5-Bay Network Attached Storage on sale for $687.99. Shipping is free. Thanks pman3255

Rakuten.com also has Synology DS1515+ DiskStation 5-Bay Network Attached Storage on sale for $687.99. Shipping is free.

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Our research indicates that Synology DS1515+ DiskStation 5-Bay Network Attached Storage is $112 lower (14% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $800. - persian_mafia


The is the lowest price we've seen for this model - Discombobulated

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Edited April 19, 2015 at 02:53 PM by DeividdoSama
The recently released DS1515+ 5-bay Synology NAS has just gone on sale on Amazon for $687.99. This is the lowest price at any major retailer by over $112.

This new 5-bay NAS has an Intel Atom Quad Core Processor with 2GB of Ram. It also has expansion capabilities with the DX513 and DX213. I personally own this NAS and it has been a worthy investment. No rebate or promo code, and FREE prime shipping. Also available at this price from Rakuten.

BH Photo - 799.99
Newegg - 816.99

http://www.amazon.com/Synology-Am...=ds1515%2B
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#3
that is a great price. If I didnt own a 1512+ I would totally jump on this.
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#4
This is a great price for this. If this was a month or 2 later, I would have pulled the trigger. Darn my luck ;P

I have a 1813+ and it is worth every penny times 3.
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Pulled the trigger, thanks! TU!
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I just paid 799.99 for this on the 10th from Overstock but I did have the 5% chase freedom bonus plus I hope the additional 3% for shopping through chase. With Tax from amazon it puts it right in the same general price for me. Although I did contact Chase and just filled out the price protection forms to see if they will send me the difference.

Nice find. Thank you
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#7
It was between the DS1515+ and the DS415+.... Finally had to pull the trigger.
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I have the DS412+, I primarily use it to stream movies (plex) to my xbox one. Other than the extra drive, is this worth the upgrade?
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I have the DS412+, I primarily use it to stream movies (plex) to my xbox one. Other than the extra drive, is this worth the upgrade?
No, I am just getting the DS1515+ to replace my old DS211j and Acer AH240H (Windows Server 2011). Have no intention of replacing my DS412+ anytime in the near future Smilie It works great Big Grin
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#10
Wonder if b&h would match. Tax at this price is a deal killer.
This is the gen 1 atom right? Atom C2358
Wonder how this does vs the gen 2 celeron j series in the qnap x51
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Wonder if b&h would match. Tax at this price is a deal killer.
This is the gen 1 atom right? Atom C2358
Wonder how this does vs the gen 2 celeron j series in the qnap x51
And you are planning to do what with it? Unless you plan on extensive transcoding, more than likely it is a moot point. As far as QNap goes, I have found the hardware at the same price point to be better, but frankly the Synology software much better. YMMV
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Quote from pman3255 View Post :
The recently released DS1515+ 5-bay Synology NAS has just gone on sale on Amazon for $687.99. This is the lowest price at any major retailer by over $112.

This new 5-bay NAS has an Intel Atom Quad Core Processor with 2GB of Ram. It also has expansion capabilities with the DX513 and DX213. I personally own this NAS and it has been a worthy investment. No rebate or promo code, and FREE prime shipping. Also available at this price from Rakuten.

BH Photo - 799.99
Newegg - 816.99

http://www.amazon.com/Synology-Am...=ds1515%2B
Or you can spend less than half of this price and build your own 4-5bay NAS that is not only cheaper, but also faster.

Also, if you have money burning a hole in your pocket and you MUST spend $700 on a NAS, you can build a TWELVE bay NAS with an 8 core Intel Avoton server CPU and 16GB RAM.

This NAS might be fine for those without basic skills to build a system, but I believe tha large majority of those looking for a multibay NAS should be capable of putting a motherboard and a few hotswap bays into an ATX case.
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this price should have included 5x5TB hard drive ...
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Or you can spend less than half of this price and build your own 4-5bay NAS that is not only cheaper, but also faster.
Yeah, I get the $100 2-bay NAS appliances. They're cheap and easy. But $700 to stream pirated movies to your Xbox One? Whatever floats your boat, I guess.
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Or you can spend less than half of this price and build your own 4-5bay NAS that is not only cheaper, but also faster.

Also, if you have money burning a hole in your pocket and you MUST spend $700 on a NAS, you can build a TWELVE bay NAS with an 8 core Intel Avoton server CPU and 16GB RAM.

This NAS might be fine for those without basic skills to build a system, but I believe tha large majority of those looking for a multibay NAS should be capable of putting a motherboard and a few hotswap bays into an ATX case.
You again? We got it bro. You win. You are the smartest.
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