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Look, we've all been there -- you cruise home to hang with mom and pops, and one of the two asks if they can see those vacation images you took of the grandkids last month. \"They're on my hard drive at home,\" you reply. Weeping commences, and your mum in particular scolds you for not \"getting with

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October 13, 2010 at 2:05PM
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Buffalo's hard drives and other devices haven't always been the most eye-catching products out there, but the company looks to be making a respectable showing with its new MiniStation Cobalt drives, which pack all the features you'd expect in a stylish and apparently shock-resistant package. You ca

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Merely a fortnight after Buffalo cranked out a couple more no-frills units in its ever-expanding NAS lineup, along comes the LS-WTGL/R1 to take over as the new kid on the block. Available in a trio of sizes -- 1TB, 1.5TB and 2TB -- these drives all feature a USB socket, gigabit Ethernet jack and we

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If you've been yearning for a well-spec'd, feature packed NAS, Buffalo's latest additions are certainly not what you're interested in, but for those who just need the basics, these units just might fit the bill. The 750GB LS-L750GL, LS-L750GL / M and 1TB LS-L1000GL / M (the M interestingly stands f

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While it's fun to watch manufacturers stuff ever-larger hard drives into their ever-sexier NAS products, it gets a bit tried after a while. That's why we're excited to see Buffalo mixing things up a bit with some fancy new iTunes sharing. For the most part, Buffalo's new HS-DHGL \"LinkStation Livi

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We can always count on Buffalo to keep the updates rolling for their NAS products, and thanks to cheap and expansive hard drives, we're liking where things are going. Their new 2TB TeraStation holds four drives -- we'll leave the math to you here -- and sports Gigabit Ethernet and RAID 5 compatib

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What do you get when you cross a 250GB Buffalo LinkStation network attached storage (NAS) device with some custom home-server software, a multi-protocol peer-to-peer client that supports FTP, Kad, BitTorrent, Overnet, FastTrack, and eDonkey? Well, for one you get a small device -- not unlike the Lam

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