Now is the best time to get a Synology a router for your home and business!

With children back at school and shorter days suitable for binging TV shows approaching, this is a great time for people to beef up their home network with one of Synology’s award-winning wireless routers. If you don’t have one of either the Synology Router RT1900ac or RT2600ac already, Synology is running a limited-time discount on select retailers.

Both RT1900ac and RT2600ac feature powerful yet intuitive Synology Router Manager (SRM) packages within our operating system, robust performance, and the ability to go beyond a simple router with Synology’s add-on software packages. In addition, Synology is dedicated to keeping our users secure and delivering a router experience that evolves over time, which is why we release regular security and software updates.

This is also a great opportunity to take a look at Synology’s networking tools. The parental controls help parents monitor when and what kids are seeing on the internet and can even limit bandwidth per a device during homework activities to reduce distractions (or keep your child’s device from accessing the internet at all during predefined times).

Availability

Discounts are available on Amazon, NewEgg, and B&H starting today!

Amazon:

Newegg:
RT2600ac $239.99 to $209.99
RT1900ac $199.99 to $122.98
B&H:
RT2600ac $239.99 to $209.99
RT1900ac $152.98 to $122.98

Synology at a Glance

Synology creates network attached storage, IP surveillance solutions, and network equipment that transform the way users manage data, conduct surveillance, and manage network in the cloud era. By taking full advantage of the latest technologies, Synology aims to help users centralize data storage and backup, share files on-the-go, implement professional surveillance solutions, and manage network in reliable and affordable ways. Synology is committed to delivering products with forward-thinking features and the best in class customer services.

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