Synology RT1900ac is a high performance wireless router

Synology RT1900ac review

The specialist network storage systems (NAS)Synology has unveiled its new router , the RT1900ac oriented high end . Wireless connectivity provides high speed and has a wide connectivity , making it suitable for both home and office environments. It includes a comprehensive package of additional software, as well as the usual user-friendly interface manufacturer.

Synology RT1900ac reviews

We start from the end. Synology has developed the operating system SRM (Synology Router Manager), with an interface and experience as simple as his famous use DSM (Disk Station Manager) including all its NAS. In this way, the user can quickly and easily configure all aspects related to the router, including monitoring and control tasks, QoS (Quality of Service), parental filters, DNS and web, and of course everything related wireless connectivity, the strength of this device.

Synology RT1900ac review specs

Furthermore, more advanced users will be pleased to know that the Synology RT1900ac allows its configuration as DNS server, VPN server with RADIUS authentication, hub of downloads 24 × 7 and even as a media server, thanks to the additional packages that own can be installed with a single click from the SRM.

A moment ago we mentioned that the Synology RT1900ac stands out for its wireless connectivity, and as its name suggests uses 802.11ac WiFi technology which reaches up to 1900 Mbps transfer rate. This, and the management of the above is managed from an integrated dual core 1 Ghz, which also allows management of content via USB 3.0 through a side port integrated SoC powerful. In fact this even supports USB 3G / 4G modems, so we could take the router from one place to another taking the connection 3G / 4G modem and router make it a mere repeater WiFi, of course run with all settings from SRM. The USB 3.0 port allows even convert an external hard disk to a network drive, making it a NAS literally.

In principle the Synolgy RT1900ac is now available in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand, hit Europe in mid-November and finally to the United States and Canada in early 2016. You can see all the information relating to it on Synology website.