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November 17, 2010

Buffalo launches new USB storage offerings

Store, back up and transport content instantly with plug and play connectivity

By CBR Staff Writer

Buffalo Technology, a provider of wired and wireless networking and network and direct attached storage offerings, has unveiled new MiniStation Stealth and DriveStation Axis LED, which are external drive offerings.

The MiniStation Stealth is a portable storage offering in a compact and lightweight contemporary form, while the new DriveStation Axis LED is a single drive storage offering combining an LED capacity meter display.

The company said that the MiniStation Stealth is a compact portable hard drive that is USB powered, so there are no additional cables to manage and no need for a separate power source.

It can be plugged into any available USB port on user PC or Mac computer and instantly add capacity or store files to take on the road.

The DriveStation Axis LED is an easy to use external hard drive for the instant addition of external storage to any device using a USB port.

The DriveStation features an easy-to-read integrated capacity meter and chassis, and can be positioned vertically or horizontally, adapting to the location it is used in for efficient use of space and providing immediate feedback regarding storage capacity.

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In both the storage devices, Buffalo has included its multi-purpose tools utility suite designed to enhance Windows PC performance and user experience.

In addition, it features TurboPC, a utility designed to enhance PC performance for up to 2X faster file transfers and includes Backup Utility protects users files and documents by backing up user PCs to Buffalo external hard drive.

The company said that the new offerings allows store, back up and transport content instantly with plug and play connectivity.

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