Buffalo Unveils LinkStation Mini

At a full Tbyte, the sleek & compact design of Buffalo LinkStation Mini frees up workspace without compromising performance or capacity

April 23, 2008

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AUSTIN, Texas -- Buffalo Technology, a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of wired and wireless networking, storage and memory solutions today announced the latest addition to its high performance line of storage devices: the dual drive LinkStation Mini (LS-WS1.0TGL/R1). With its sleek, compact and light form factor, the new LinkStation Mini puts a massive 1TB in the palm of your hand while offering the same great features and protection that Buffalos award-winning NAS devices are known for.

The new LinkStation Mini is the perfect space-saving solution for storing and sharing large amounts of digital content. Best of all, its dual drive configuration provides complete data redundancy through RAID 1. In addition, users with a large media library will appreciate the included DLNA server by TwonkyVision, so they can stream files through any DLNA compatible media player.

To best enjoy your multimedia content, the LinkStation Mini is built without any fan. This fan-less design ensures absolutely quiet operation. The fan-less design is also a big plus if the unit is placed on a desk.

Low power consumption goes hand in hand with the fan-less design, resulting in only 10W overall in operational mode- a benefit to those who leave the unit running day and night.

“The number of computer peripherals needed to keep up with today’s fast-paced digital world seems to add up daily,” said Takayuki Nishioka, CEO of Buffalo Technology, USA. “Businesses and consumers alike are seeking space saving solutions with the same level of performance and features as standard-sized NAS devices. The new LinkStation Mini is the ideal storage networking solution for these customers because it’s compact and easy-to-use, yet robust, feature-rich and extremely cost effective.”Buffalo Technology (USA) Inc.

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