01/07/2014, [CES 2014] Buffalo is a company known for its wired and wireless networking as well as network and direct attached storage solutions. The company has come with a number of new products at CES 2014, products like a 1TB portable HDD that doubles as a portable charger and Wi-Fi hotspot. The LinkStation 200 is Buffalo’s new series of network storage devices. Using these devices, customers can easily backup data, store, […]
01/07/2014, [CES 2014] Smartphone and tablets have changed the way we carry content. People no longer need to carry around discs full of content, they can simply load up their mobile devices. However, these devices offer a limited amount of storage which often isn’t enough. In that case, portable wireless HDDs come in handy. The new Buffalo MiniStation Air is a bonafide wireless HDD, but it does much more than allowing […]
01/07/2014, [CES 2014] Buffalo came to the International Consumer Electronics Show with a variety of networking and storage products, its got one more up its sleeve. Apart from announcing a portable wireless HDD and network attached storage devices, Buffalo has also unveiled its new wireless networking devices that bring affordable support for the latest 802.11ac wireless standard. The AirStation AC 1200 Dual Band wireless router WHR-116D is one of those devices. […]
02/21/2013, Do you have your fair share of external storage devices considering how we tend to hoard more and more media these days? Well, if you have answered in the affirmative, surely you would have checked out USB 3.0 devices that offer far superior data transfer speeds over regular USB 2.0 hardware, and Buffalo’s got your back with their Buffalo DriveStation DDR. You can say that this is one aptly-named external […]
01/07/2013, [CES 2013] We can’t say that USB HDD enclosures are an area of constant innovation, that’s why this new BuffaloLink DriveStation DDR caught our attention. While most disks come with 32MB or 64MB of cache memory, the BuffaloLink DriveStation DDR adds 1024MB (1GB) of DDR3 RAM memory on top of the internal HDD cache.
01/07/2013, [CES 2013] Buffalo is coming up with a couple of new WiFi 11ac routers named Buffalo WZR-1750DHP ($179) and Buffalo WZR-1166DHP ($149). From what we understand, they look very much like the current Buffalo WZR-D1800H in terms of features and performance. However, they will come with Buffalo’s new user interface which makes the most used features (password, guest network… etc) easy to access and setup. Obviously there is still an […]
01/07/2013, [CES 2013] Buffalo knows that the biggest challenge facing the entire NAS (Network Attached Storage) industry is to figure out how to expand its market from network storage enthusiasts to folks that want network storage but without the administration hassle that is often associated to NAS. To be honest, I’m quite a NAS fan myself, but I don’t really care for opening ports or deal with NAT (network address translation) […]
01/07/2013, [CES 2013] Buffalo is coming up with two interesting models that are part of the 2013 refresh of the LinkStation line of network-attached storage (NAS). Both models feature a significant increase in performance (in MB/s) which is mainly due to a new processor (CPU) and a lot more memory. The CPU went from a frequency of 600Mhz to one of 1.6GHz, and the memory went from 64MB (DDR2) to 256MB […]
06/05/2012, When it comes to external hard drives, at the moment both Macs and PCs have the option of connecting via USB 2.0. PCs also have the advantage of using the USB 3.0 standard which allows for faster transfers, while Macs have Thunderbolt which will also offer faster transfers of data. However if you’re someone that uses both PCs and Macs at home, you might end up having to juggle multiple […]
05/14/2012, Back in December 2011, Broadcom was already promoting WiFi-AC, the next-generation WiFi home wireless network, and in January, Buffalo was demonstrating its WiFi-AC prototypes (based on a Broadcom chip) at CES. Today, Buffalo has just announced two WiFi-AC products: the AirStation WZR-D1800H Router and the WLI-H4-D1300 Bridge. Both are among the very first WiFi-AC products to hit the market, which is not completely surprising, given that Buffalo has a long string […]
02/23/2012, When it comes to plugging in a USB device, don’t you wish that there was some sort of indicator on the USB plug itself to let you know just which way is “up” without having to peer inside, and making a referential look at the USB port itself? I would have thought that someone might have done something about it, but after hitting USB 3.0 only do we have what […]
01/09/2012, [CES 2012] Buffalo Technology is demonstrating 802.11ac or WiFi AC, the next-generation WiFi standard that is designed to push WiFi beyond 1Gbps (1000Mbps), and provide for higher range at the same time. Buffalo is a Japanese company with a history of being edgy when it comes to using the latest technical developments. For example, the company introduced the first Wireless router in 1999 and was the first to put WiFi-N […]
10/25/2011, Buffalo has done their very own set of benchmarks with their latest release, a USB 3.0 PCI add-on card, and have claimed some rather phenomenal results. In fact, we are looking at read/write speeds that are said to go beyond the 300MB/s mark, now how about that? Of course, this is not the only improvement that they have introduced with their latest device, where they have included a quartet of […]
09/27/2011, If you’re in the market for new external hard drives, Buffalo has just announced two new external hard drive models – the MiniStation Extreme and the DriveStation Axis Velocity, both of which will support the USB 3.0 standard, allowing fast transfer rates assuming of course your computer has USB 3.0 ports to begin with.