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Buffalo Inc. is a manufacturer of storage, multimedia, and wireless networking products for the home and small business. Buffalo is a subsidiary of Melco Holdings Inc., a family-owned business founded by Makoto Maki in 1975. The company was previously involved in manufacturing audio equipments, but it finally entered the computer peripheral market in 1981. Today, Buffalo is recognized as the number one overall PC peripheral manufacturer in Japan, and has been a consumer NAS market leader from year 2005 to 2010. Buffalo has offices in the U.K., France, Netherlands, Germany, Taiwan, and U.S.

Buffalo MiniStation Air: More Than A Portable Drive

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...

Buffalo DriveStation Carries 1GB RAM As Well

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...

BuffaloLink DriveStation DDR HDD Enclosure With Huge RAM Cache

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...

Buffalo WZR-1750DHP and WZR-1166DHP routers have new User Interface

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....

BuffaloLink Is Buffalo’s Web NAS Interface Going Forward

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...

Buffalo LinkStation 410 and LinkStation 420 Refresh

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...

Buffalo USB hub makes no “right side up” demands

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...

Buffalo Demonstrates WiFi AC at CES 2012

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...

Buffalo 4-port USB 3.0 card benchmarked, looks speedy

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...