This discounted DS920+ NAS is perfect for Plex

This discounted DS920+ NAS is perfect for Plex

Network-attached storage (NAS) enclosures can be pricey, especially if the goal is to install Plex Media Server and run your own home streaming service. For the designed drive bays and specifications, you’re going to be paying out for premium equipment, but Black Friday helps make it a little more digestible.

One of the best NAS for Plex is on sale right now with $110 discounted from its usual asking price. That’s a crazy good deal and one you don’t want to miss out on if you’re holding out for a very capable NAS enclosure at a more reasonable price. It’s only live for the next 23 hours (ending on November 26 at 3 a.m. ET), so act quickly!

Synology DiskStation DS920+ | Save $110!

The Synology DiskStation DS920+ is essentially a more powerful and larger DS220+. Four drive bays, a powerful Intel quad-core processor, and upgradable RAM make this an excellent home (and office) NAS.

$440 at Amazon

The DiskStation 920+ has plenty to appreciate, including the impressively capable Intel Celeron J4125 that’s ideal for transcoding 4K content, so long as you have a Plex Pass subscription. Then there’s the 4GB of DDR4 (non-ECC) RAM pre-installed, but this can be upgraded with an additional 4GB module for a total of 8GB.

The NAS takes but a few minutes to set up and get online, thanks to Synology’s excellent DSM 7.0 OS. It’s what allows you to easily manage everything on the NAS, add (or remove) user accounts to allow access to the household, and install plenty of apps from the included app store.

Whether you want to add some security cams, save money and run your own file server or stream media, this NAS will handle it all (and then some). If the DS920+ isn’t quite what you’re after in a NAS, fear not as we’re collecting all the best enclosure deals and adding them to our best Black Friday NAS deals hub.

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This post was written by Rich Edmonds and was first posted to WindowsCentral


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