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  • Buffalo outs Inspiron Mini 9 16/32GB SSD drives

    Buffalo outs Inspiron Mini 9 16/32GB SSD drives

    Now that Dell officially offers a 32GB SSD for only a $100, these Buffalo modules are more for the Mini 9 early adaptors that wants in on the larger capacity SSD action. The two drives should be available soon – read: sometime this month – with the 16GB going for 5565 yen ($59 USD) and the 32GB going for 9870 yen ($106 USD). Read More

  • Buffalo joins the 500GB 2.5" HDD party

    Buffalo joins the 500GB 2.5" HDD party

    Large 2.5″ hard drives have slowly emerged throughout ’08 and now Buffalo got its hand stamped to the party. The drive, creatively named HD-NH500S/M, spins at 5400 RPM and connects via SATA. The drive is launching in Japan only for a cost of 166€ ($215 USD) but it might make its way ‘cross the Pacific. Read More

  • Buffalo upgrades TeraStation Pro to 6TB

    Buffalo upgrades TeraStation Pro to 6TB

    In case you need a lot – I mean a lot – of torrent storage, the latest Buffalo TeraStation Pro is for you with its 6TB of storage capacity. Four 1.5TB HDDs provide the storage through either RAID 0, 1, 5, or 1+0 and gigabit Ethernet, of course, provides connectivity. This TeraStation Pro incarnation has all the standard NAS features like Active Directory support, built-in FTP… Read More

  • Buffalo stuffs full HD resolution into a 22-inch LCD

    Buffalo stuffs full HD resolution into a 22-inch LCD

    If you’ve researched LCD displays in the past, you’ll have likely come across the resolution gap between most 22- and 24-inch LCD monitors. Most 22-inch monitors seem to be at a pretty sweet price point right now, but the 1680×1050 resolution is short of most 24-inch monitors’ full HD (1920×1200) resolution. Well Buffalo has managed to cram full HD resolution into… Read More

  • Japan gets the world's fastest Blu-ray recorder

    Japan gets the world's fastest Blu-ray recorder

    Today Buffalo introduced [JP] the world’s fastet Blu-ray recorder, which is Japan-only for the time being. The recorder is available as an external (BR-816SU2) and an internal version (BR-816FBS-WH in white or BR-816FBS-BK in black). The new drives are capable of burning single-layer Blu-rays at a speed of up to 8x (up to 2x for a double-layer disc). The internal recorders feature… Read More

  • 500GB Buffalo MiniStation

    500GB Buffalo MiniStation

    What is really small, holds 500 gigabytes, and costs $329? The 500GB Buffalo MiniStation. Can I go back to bed now? Product Page Read More

  • Buffalo mates a keyboard with a Skype phone, nods approvingly

    [photopress:skypekeys.jpg,full,center] Are you a shut-in? Live in your mom’s basement and spend our life on the Internet? Looking for a combo text-and-speech device to interact with others? Buffalo has what you need in this new QWERTY keyboard / Skype phone combo. It’s just what it sounds like: a USB keyboard for your computer with a detachable handset for making Skype calls. Read More

  • Buffalo announces ginormous SSD

    Buffalo announces ginormous SSD

    We obviously don’t pay enough attention to Buffalo and I’m not entirely sure why, but the mighty herd out of Japan has announced the SHD-UHRS line of SSDs. Big deal, right? It can’t get any bigger than 64GB. *Buzz* Buffalo is dropping a 100GB SSD on your ass at the end of the month. The only downside is that it’s USB so you won’t be installing the baby behemoth… Read More

  • Buffalo lands 32GB USB drive with magical powers

    Buffalo lands 32GB USB drive with magical powers

    Looking in every way what a robot couple’s home pregnancy test would, Buffalo has just announced a 32GB USB thumb drive that its advertising as 20% faster than other USB drives because of something its calling “TurboUSB”. We’re guessing Voodoo in somehow involved. Nothing on pricing or availablity yet, but we’re guessing it’ll come in around $100 and will… Read More

  • Buffalo Adds Web Access To TeraStation Live NAS Drives

    Buffalo Adds Web Access To TeraStation Live NAS Drives

    So if you were shopping for a network-attached storage drive and were on the fence about which to get, Buffalo’s added a little sumthin’ sumthin’ to tip you in their favor: Web access to your digital files. Now you’ll be able to access all your files stored on either the 1, 2 or 3TB TeraStation Live NAS devices from any Web browser. The device includes its own dynamic… Read More

  • Buffalo DriveStation, MiniStation Now 30-60 Percent Faster Than Pretenders

    Buffalo DriveStation, MiniStation Now 30-60 Percent Faster Than Pretenders

    By all accounts, faster is better than slower, and bigger is better than smaller… so long as we’re talking about hard drives. Buffalo’s MiniStation and DriveStation hard drives will now most certainly be faster, about 30-60 percent faster than other such drives. Buffalo sped up the hard drives’ speed by using Turbo USB, a proprietary feature at controller level. (All… Read More

  • Buffalo USB Digital TV Tuner For Macs

    Buffalo USB Digital TV Tuner For Macs

    Buffalo is showing Japanese Mac owners some love with the DH-KONE/U2MA digital TV tuner. It plugs right in via USB and has a built-in booster circuit with a highly sensitive tuner and a double noise filter that promises crisp pictures and sound. You can also connect the tuner to your home antenna by using an F-type conversion cable. It drops in Japan sometime this month for around $110. Did… Read More

  • Buffalo Wi-Fi Gamer Simplifies Online, Wireless Gaming

    Buffalo Wi-Fi Gamer Simplifies Online, Wireless Gaming

    Back in the day, I used to write about a lot of Buffalo gadgets that tended to be Japan-only. The Wi-Fi Gamer, however, will appear on our shores sometime in August. It’s a gaming-centric router-like device that tries to address a problem gamers no doubt have encountered: connecting to a Wi-Fi access point with a game console can be a royal pain in the behind. (I hope that last… Read More

  • Buffalo Pumps Out 3TB Of Storage Excitement

    Buffalo Pumps Out 3TB Of Storage Excitement


    Need more storage? Buy a larger hard drive. Need A LOT more storage? Pick up the new 3TB TeraStation Live (HS-DH3.0TGL/R5) or the 3TB TeraStation Pro II (TS-H3.0TGL/R5) from Buffalo Technology. The network attached storage drives were announced and released today, stamped with a company claim of being the “industry’s fastest single NAS devices in its class on the market today… Read More

  • Buffalo Drops VoIP Speakerphone

    Buffalo’s latest VoIP speakerphone appeals to both business folks and your average chum. The BSKP-CU202/SV (could it get any longer?) has built in echo- and noise-canceling circuitry that should put any qualms about VoIP to rest. What’s even better is that you don’t need any drivers and it only needs to be plugged into a USB port and you’re ready to go. It’s just… Read More

  • Buffalo Wireless-N Nfniti Router

    Buffalo Wireless-N Nfniti Router


    Buffalo announced this morning an addition to its fleet of excellent wireless routers. The Wireless-N Nfiniti utilizes the latest 802.11n specifications — Draft 1.0. It also optimized for streaming HD video, music, and voice. It features the AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) for quick and secure setup. The router has also been designed to work with peripherals like the… Read More

  • Mouse + D-Pad – Other Languages

    If your computer’s OS is in Japanese, and you want a four-way D-pad on your mouse, then Buffalo has something for you, friend! It’s a mouse with a four-way D-pad that only works with Japanese computers! Don’t you want one? Yes you do! Even more exciting is that according to the source, it’s “ambidextrous”. We’re not sure what that word means, but it… Read More

  • Buffalo's Shock Proof 200GB Hard Drive

    Buffalo's Shock Proof 200GB Hard Drive

    With all those 100% legal MP3s you’ve been downloading this past year, your hard drive is sure to fill up sooner or later. So the investment of an external hard disk is probably a necessary one. Check out Buffalo’s HD-PL200U2/UC 200GB external drive. It has some swanky features like a retractable USB cable, an all-white, thin design, and it’s shock proof. Go ahead, drop it a… Read More

  • Intel's Draft-N Plays Nicely With Buffalo, Others

    . Products labeled with the Intel “Connect with Centrino” Identifier, such as Buffalo’s new AirStation Wireless–N Nfiniti Dual Band Router and AP (WZR-AG300NH), are thoroughly tested by Intel for product compatibility, performance, range, co-existence with 802.11b/g clients and elimination of dead spots. Other certified access points include models from ASUS… Read More

  • CES 2007: Dear Diary…Samsung's Mobiles, Kodak's Colors And A Wireless Router That Launches Missiles


    Hooray for Tuesday! It’s now the morning of January 9 and I’m headed to a 9 a.m. meeting with Samsung Mobile, but my cab takes the Strip to get to the LVCC making me late. (In case you missed the previous entries, here are Jan. 7 and Jan. 8, parts one and two.) Despite the continued accolades heaped upon Samsung’s phones by others, I’ve always been
    a bit sour on them. Read More