NAS Compares Synology DS1520+ vs DS1019+ NAS Comparison

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NAS Compares Synology DS1520+ vs DS1019+ NAS Comparison

Synology DS1520+ vs DS1019+ NAS – Which Should You Buy?

When it comes to buying a robust desktop NAS solution for a professional consumer or small business, Synology has always ranked pretty high in terms of popularity. Providing a well-defined portfolio of solutions that tailor towards different priorities, be they power, storage or efficiency, you would be hard pushed to find a decent solution in their current series that doesn’t suit your needs. However, when it comes to 5 bay NAS solutions in 2020/2021, the available Synology solutions are actually quite thin on the ground. In fact, the 2 most relevant solutions available are the brand new Synology DS1520+ and the Synology DS1019+ (released in mid-2019). With both solutions serving as more storage optimised upgrades on their respective 4-bay alternatives (DS920+ / DS918+ respectively), they have a great deal in common. However, with different price tags and more than a year between them in terms of release, many users are having difficulty choosing between the DS1019+ or DS1520+ NAS as their next data storage solution. So today I want to compare both of these NAS drive in terms of storage, power, performance and price in the hopes of hel you decide which one deserves your data. Let’s get started.

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Four LAN ports for a home user might be an overkill! And if I want maximum throughput, I should be looking at one with 10Gb support. Strange decision by Synology, but I might be missing something.
 

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