Buffalo has revealed its latest external drive, the DriveStation DDR HD-GDU3, slotting more RAM into the USB 3.0-connected enclosure so as to rival SSD speeds, allegedly, with HDD pricing. The new drive, available in 2TB and 3TB capacities, uses traditional spinning-platter disks to keep prices down, but Buffalo claims that thanks to a combination of caching and other tweaking it'll reach write speeds of up to 400 MB/s.
It was only a couple of weeks ago that Netgear unveiled the first 802.11ac wireless router, promising wireless transfer speeds of up to 1300Mbit/s. They may have been the first to announce such a router, but Buffalo seems to be the first to actually ship one, today announcing the AirStation WZR-D1800H router and WLI-H4-D1300 wireless bridge.
Buffalo has unveiled a new range of storage solutions that are aimed at the professional user. The storage solution is the TeraStation Pro Windows Storage Server (WSS) and they come in several different RAID enabled versions. There new storage servers are offered in two, four, and six bay versions. There is also a 4-bay rack mount solution as well.
Buffalo has launched a new portable storage device called the MiniStation Plus. Previously we talked about other MiniStation storage devices and this new offering is similar. The new MiniStation Plus connects to a USB 3.0 port to offer fast storage for whatever the user needs. The storage device is compatible with USB 2.0 ports as well, but using a USB 2.0 port will reduce the performance of the drive.
Ok, so Mother's Day is just two days away. What to get? There are a lot of great techie gifts out there, and we've got them all rounded up right here for you. We've got eReaders, tablets, an unusual video camera, and an amazing phone for an amazing price. Plus, great ways for Mom to get organized and get rid of clutter, and digital storage to keep all those pictures in one place. And, a free way to keep the kids entertained so that Mom can relax. Read on to see it all.
Two pieces of Pogoplug news this week, with the news that not one but two gadgets using the company's remote-access technology are shipping. First up is Pogoplug's own Pogoplug Video, which is now shipping for $199, while Buffalo's CloudStor NAS - which combines both internal storage and Pogoplug-based access - is also shipping now, from $149.99.
Buffalo has just launched the new piano-black MiniStation and DriveStation external hard drives. The MiniStation is USB powered, so there is no need for an additional power cable. It is available in 500GB or 1TB. The DriveStation comes in both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 versions, and offers 1, 2, or 3TBs of storage. Both are available now. Read on past the break for more details about these new drives.
Buffalo has unveiled new USB 3.0 storage solutions that have multiple storage drives inside with RAID capability to protect your data from loss. The new devices include the DriveStation Duo and Quad. Both have speedy USB 3.0 connectivity to make backing up lots of data faster. The devices are plug-and play and come pre-formatted and ready to use out of the box.
Earlier today, Buffalo officially announced the upcoming availability of two brand new storage devices. The DriveStation Axis LED and MiniStation Stealth bring more storage options to the Buffalo-manufactured line-up, offering plenty of space in an affordable package. If you're looking for a small black box to sit on your desk, then the MiniStation Stealth is probably a safe bet, considering its small profile. But, if you're looking for some bright lights to blink on and off, making sure you stay awake, then the DriveStation Axis LED may be your next purchase for the holiday season.