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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 Portable DVD Drive looks sleek and sexy

04/27/2011, Rarely do manufacturers take the time to design sleek cases for their peripheral devices, but Buffalo isn’t one of them. The company known for their portable and backup storage solutions has just announced the launch of a new portable DVD drive....

Buffalo DriveStation desktop hard drive

03/22/2011, Anything that comes in black and is glossy is more or less certainly able to draw the attention of people, especially when it comes to gadgets and cars. We will look at the former for now, where Buffalo’s DriveStation desktop hard drive allows you...

Buffalo MiniStation portable hard drive

03/22/2011, I remember back in the day where a portable hard drive was a luxury item – you never really needed one, and if you did, it was probably meant to be brought over to your mate’s home as he/she had a DSL line to download all the movies and songs...

Buffalo MiniStation

02/21/2011, The VCR is pretty much dead at this point in time, and manufacturers are now building TVs with the ability to record directly onto externally hard disks. The invention of such technology has led to the appearance of unsightly cables that clutter up your...

Buffalo DriveStation Goes USB 3.0 All The Way

01/05/2011, [ces 2011] Buffalo shipped the first USB 3.0 hard disk in October 2009, and now that USB 3.0 is on the verge of finally hitting the mainstream market, the company is launching three USB 3.0 DriveStation storage devices: The DriveStation Axis, DriveStation...

Buffalo CloudStor: first PogoPlug with internal storage

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] Buffalo is the first company to launch a storage device that is powered by PogoPlug, a personal cloud platform that is much easier to use, and has a much better user interface than most consumer network attached storage (NAS) systems. Buffalo...

Buffalo MiniStation Stealth offers fashionable storage solution

11/17/2010, No longer is storing data and making backups a matter of being practical, you might was well look stylish while you’re at it. Buffalo knows this, which is why they have come up with the MiniStation Stealth device which comes in an all-black design,...

Buffalo Introduces New Extenal Hard Drives

08/24/2010, Buffalo has unveiled some upcoming DriveStation external hard drives in the form of the DriveStation Duo, DriveStation Quad and also a new Axis series of single-drive storage devices. The DriveStation Duo supports two hard drives and sports USB 2.0 and...

Buffalo offers three more Wireless-N devices

08/10/2010, Buffalo has rolled out a trio of Wireless-N devices, making sure they will be able to cater for even the most budget-constrained consumer. We have a standard router known as the WCR-GN, where it will deliver 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity as well as a quartet...

Buffalo LT-V100 Media Player

07/15/2010, Buffalo’s latest media player, the LT-V100 ought to be able to handle most of the standard home entertainment needs, keeping up with the times with its 1080p video support (streaming or through Sub), while audio buffs will be pleased that DTS and...

Buffalo SHD-NHPU2 PATA SSDs For Your Older Notebook

04/15/2010, Folks who are looking for a SSD drive to put into their older notebook don’t have to worry about the lack of a SATA connector on the notebook, as Buffalo has come up with its SHD-NHPU2 PATA SSD. Since it uses the older PATA connector, instead of the...

Buffalo USB Nintendo PC Game Pad

03/04/2010, At first glance, this looks like an old school NES game pad, but upon closer inspection, you won’t find any Nintendo logo on this, but the word Buffalo emblazoned on the top right hand corner of the device instead. While the world has already moved...

Sony approves 500GB external USB hard drives for PS3

02/03/2010, Folks living in Japan who own a Sony PS3 will be pleased to know that the company has given its nod of approval for a couple of 500GB external USB hard drives which are meant for console use only. The two are the Buffalo HD-AV500U2 (as seen above) and the...