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Buffalo debuts four new DriveStation Combo drives

Cyrus Farivar
10.31.06
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Last we heard from Buffalo, it was busy releasing mega-sized drives, which left those of us who don't have that kind of coinage out in the cold. Today, we spied a handful of new Buffalo DriveStation Combo USB 2.0 / FireWire external drives, which may warm our hearts just a little bit. The new quartet of drives range from the 250GB (HD-HC250IU2) to a 750GB (HD-HC750IU2) drive and prices extend from $180 to $580, respectively. Each drive spins at 7,200rpm, has an AutoPower feature, remains fanless (packin' a dedicated heat sink instead) and operates at near silence.

[Via ExtremeTech]

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