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Buffalo DriveStation replace Drive

The DriveStation™ is a family of desktop external hard drives that offers high performance, easy-to-use storage. Ideal for users looking for fast, reliable and sturdy desktop external hard drives. SSD-WAT: DriveStation™ Mini Thunderbolt™ HD-LBU3 : DriveStation™ External USB 3.0 Hard Drive HD-GDU3-EU: DriveStation™ DDR HD-AVSU3: Media Hard Drive USB3.0 Number of Drives 2 1 1 1 Total Capacity 512GB, 1TB 1TB, 2TB, 3TB, 4TB 2TB, 3TB 1TB, 2TB Drive Interface SATA 1, 1.5Gb/s SATA 2, 3 Gb/s SATA 3, 6 Gb/s SSD Interface SATA 3, 6 Gb/s Supported RAID Levels Controlled by Host - - - USB 3.0 Ports 1 1 1 USB 2.0 Ports Thunderbolt Ports 2 Power Management System Client OS Mac OS X 10.6 or later, Windows 8 (64/32-bit), Windows® 7 (64/32-bit) Windows®7 (32bit, 64bit), Windows® Vista™(32bit, 64bit), Windows®XP, Mac OS 10.4 or later Windows 8 (64-bit/32-bit), Windows® 7 (64-bit/32-bit), Windows® Vista™ (64-bit/32-bit), XP (32-bit), Mac OS® X 10.5 or later Windows 8 (64-bit/32-bit), Windows® 7 (64-bit/32-bit), Windows Vista® (64-bit/32-bit), Windows® XP (32-bit), MAC OS® X 10.5 or later
BUFFALO BUFFALO DriveStation Duo 2-Bay 4 TB (2 x 2 TB) RAID USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive - HD-WL4TU3R1
  • USB 3.0 supports backward compatible with USB 2.0
  • Dual drive storage
  • Support for RAID 0, 1
  • NovaBACKUP Business Essentials
  • Preformatted hard drive is ready for immediate use with Windows or Mac
BUFFALO BUFFALO DriveStation Quad 16 TB High Performance RAID Array with Optimized Hard Drives (HD-QH16TU3R5)
Personal Computer (BUFFALO)
  • High performance NAS edition hard drives offer continuous 24/7/365 operation with enhanced RAID performance
  • USB 3.0 offers universal connectivity for PC and Mac computers and storage servers
  • Multiple levels of RAID support and hot-swappable hard drives provide comprehensive data protection
  • Ideal for creative professionals, small office users, server backup and consumers

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