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Synology survelliance camera license $48.15 (20% off retail price $55.99)

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Saw this post with the 20% off with Google Express...

https://slickdeals.net/f/11238471-google-express-additional-savings-w-app-20-off-free-s-h-on-35-max-20-discount-80

Didn't think Google Express had the Synology license, but they did, applied the 20% off and got it for $48.15. I haven't seen a lower price on this Synology camera license after you apply the 20% off.

Here's the synology survelliance license link on google express:
https://express.google.com/produc...40_8175035
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This is a rare one, thank you very much!
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Tried Survelliance Station and found if you have more than 2 cameras, it's more cost effective to purchase a separate Network Video Recorder. Updates for new cameras is very slow, and alot of the functionality built into the new cameras isn't available on survelliance station. Nice deal, but if you want a real survelliance camera system, go with a separate NVR or Blue Iris. Just my opinion.
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Tried Survelliance Station and found if you have more than 2 cameras, it's more cost effective to purchase a separate Network Video Recorder. Updates for new cameras is very slow, and alot of the functionality built into the new cameras isn't available on survelliance station. Nice deal, but if you want a real survelliance camera system, go with a separate NVR or Blue Iris. Just my opinion.
Provided that you *only* use your NAS for cameras Wave The Synology and QNAP units do a lot more Big Grin BTW, am totally satisfied with my Synology camera functionality. Just wish the licenses were more reasonable, but in the end, I am still ahead. And for those wondering, at least with most Synology units, you get two camera licenses for free.
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Provided that you *only* use your NAS for cameras Wave The Synology and QNAP units do a lot more Big Grin BTW, am totally satisfied with my Synology camera functionality. Just wish the licenses were more reasonable, but in the end, I am still ahead. And for those wondering, at least with most Synology units, you get two camera licenses for free.

Did not realize how expensive the licenses were. We will have 12 cameras and it looks like I will need 10 of these jeez.
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I had a do a double take when I saw the link to Walmart.com from Google Express shows a picture of a luggage for the Synology Surveillance camera license. LOL!

What would even be funnier if Walmart actually ships out a piece of luggage!
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