Synology to lanuch latest VisualStation VS360HD NAS for surveillance

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Synology® VisualStation VS360HD is a compact, durable, and high-performance surveillance companion. It supports showing video feeds from up to 36 network cameras within a network when each camera is configured at 720p/10FPS, and dual Full HD mirrored display output via HDMI and VGA.

Live View & Playback at Your Choice
Synology VS360HD makes surveillance monitoring and playback simple. When paired with a Synology NAS running Surveillance Station 7 or later, VS360HD provides Full HD HDMI and VGA simultaneously mirrored display Live View output for up to 36 network cameras configured at 720p/10FPS within a network. Without requiring any costly computer, VS360HD is a powerful all-in-one solution for monitoring live feeds, browsing stored video footage, or capturing screenshots and saving them to an external USB drive.
Easy-to-Use Interface and USB Compatibility
Thanks to the versatile features of Surveillance Station, VS360HD is suitable for both beginner and advanced users. The intuitive interface ensures easy access to the most common functions, such as Live View, Timeline, and Recording List, which allows you to browse through recordings and export high-quality video clips or snapshots to an external USB drive. With the USB 3.0 port, users can connect a USB drive on VS360HD and reduce the time it takes to download video recording from Synology NAS to a USB drive.
With a total of three USB ports on the VS360HD, users can also connect a mouse, keyboard, or even a joystick to easily operate specific IP cameras with PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) control. With a few simple mouse-clicks, useful camera angles can be saved and grouped together to form “Patrol” cycles, while optimized Live View layouts are fully customizable with a quick drag-and-drop.

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