Buffalo has already let a 3TB TeraStation Pro loose in Japan
, but the company's now upping the NAS
ante 'round these parts as well, introducing a beefed-up TeraStation Pro II for businesses and a new TeraStation Live for the rest of us. True to its consumer nature, the TeraStation Live boasts both iTunes server capabilities and DLNA
adherence, while the TeraStation Pro II adds UPS compatibility and Active Directory support, in addition to a number of extra administrative features. Both NASes are otherwise pretty much identical, with two USB 2.0 ports to accomodate some external hard drives (in case 3TB isn't enough for ya), four hard drives on the inside, and support for RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10 configurations. Each device is also identical when it comes to price, with both available now for $2,499 apiece.