Buffalo announced a slew of new SSDs [JP], HDDs [JP] and NASes [JP] in Japan today, all of which might soon be available outside this country, too. Available with 32GB ($160)/64GB ($230)/128GB ($440) and 256GB ($840/build-to-order) on board, the four 2.5-inch SSDs are part of the Buffalo SHD-NSU2 series (pictured above). All of these SATA devices support Windows XP/Vista/7 andMac OS X 10.5, are equipped with 64MB of DRAM cache and come with a USB 2.0 interface.
The new external USB HDDs, all part of the HD-CXTU2 series (pictured above), will be available with 500GB ($130)/1TB ($180)/1.5TB ($240) or 2TB ($310) on board.
Buffalo also unveiled two new NASes today, one storing 2TB (LS-Q2.0TL/1D for $500), and the other with 1TB capacity (LS-Q1.0TL/1D for $350). The 2TB model is pictured above.
Buffalo plans to ship all of these storage devices in Japan next month, but hasn’t said anything yet regarding an international release.