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Buffalo MiniStation VS Seagate Backup Plus

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The sexy stuff—3D HDTVs, smartphone developments—got most of the attention at CES 2014, but computer storage, by all rights, deserved some attention too. That’s because the first half of 2014 should see the launch of a host of exciting new storage drives on the network-storage and direct-attached fronts. Check out our preview of new NAS products from Lenovo, ioSafe, and LaCie, as well as some nifty local-storage hardware. It’s all just released...or coming soon.

Seagate's latest portable, platter-based hard drives push the design and functionality envelope in more ways than one. As the Slim name implies, this update to the Backup Plus portable line makes the Slim drives the standard-issue ones, now; no longer do you have to go with a special or lesser-capacity choice to get a thin design. The 4TB Seagate Backup Plus Fast, meanwhile, drops the “Slim” and pairs two 2TB drives in one slightly thicker chassis, configuring the drives as a single RAID 0 volume. It’s the highest-capacity portable drive you could get, at this writing. Both are available now; the Backup Plus Slim starts at $99.99 for 500GB (1TB is $119.99, 2TB is $179.99), while the Backup Plus Fast sells for $299.99.

Buf-Puf BUFFALO MiniStation Stealth 1 TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive - HD-PCT1TU3/BB
CE (Buf-Puf)
  • Compatible with both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0
  • Super-slim, lightweight design saves space for ultimate portability
  • Preformatted hard drive is ready for immediate use with Windows and Mac
  • Perfect companion for your laptop or notebook - no external power needed
  • ECO Manager conserves energy and battery power

Station d'accueil Vantec Piano 101 : accueillante ?  — 59Hardware.net
.. faire pour développer des supports de stockage externes compatibles avec la technologie révolutionnaire Thunderbolt : Les MiniStation. Les disques externes Buffalo Ministation intègrent soit un SSD soit un disque dur magnétique pour répondre à tous .

What's In.. Charlie Lim's Incase Backpack  — The Straits Times
Buffalo MiniStation: Thunderbolt 1TBI have a couple of these to store instrument samples and projects. It doesn't need any external power and runs off Thunderbolt or USB 3.0, so it's incredibly portable.

BUFFALO BUFFALO LinkStation Pro Duo 2-Bay Diskless Enclosure High Performance Network Attached Storage (NAS) - LS-WVL/E
Personal Computer (BUFFALO)
  • High performance 1.6 GHz processor
  • Transfer speeds up to 72 MBps
  • NovaBACKUP for Windows PCs
  • Time Machine support for Macs
BUFFALO BUFFALO DriveStation Axis 3 TB USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive - HD-LB3.0TU3
  • USB 3.0 supports backward compatibility with USB 2.0
  • Horizontal and vertical form factor for flexible desktop positioning
  • Preformatted hard drive is ready to use out of the box with Windows or Mac
  • Works with PC (NTFS and HFS+ support) and Mac
  • Increases file transfer rates up to 4 X over competive USB 2.0 hard drives
  • Allows for quiet operation, perfect for home media centers and game rooms
  • ECO Manager conserves energy and battery power
  • Includes Buffalo s Backup Utility
Accessory Power USA Gear Hard Shell Carrying Case for Western Digital / WD My Passport , My Book , Transcend StoreJet , Toshiba Canvio , Seagate Backup & More Portable External Hard Drives
PC Accessory (Accessory Power)
  • Durable hard shell carrying case provides weather resistant protection for your portable external hard drive!
  • Interior secure-fit elastic strap holds your device in place and helps reduce the impact of bumps and drops
  • Soft scratch-resistant interior keeps your portable hard drive looking like new, and features a mesh pouch for storing small accessories
  • Includes detachable wrist strap
  • Backed by the USA GEAR 3-Year Manufacturer s Warranty Interior Dimensions - 5.5 x 3.5 x 1

Popular Q&A

WD vs Seagate vs Buffalo vs Transcend......Please Help ?

Hey there I'm currently using a Seagate 500gb external hard disk (usb) and accidentally it was broken last week so now I'm thinking about upgrading to a 1tb version I've considered 4 brands as mentioned above and I wanna know for which of them should I go for as I don't have much of a knowledge about computers and peripherals
Some additional information :
# My laptop doesn't supports usb 3.0 its a 2.0
# My basic use is for storing movies , songs , videos etc. I don't have softwares , setups etc to store.
Thank you for your help...... :)

USB 3.0 is backward compatible with usb 2.0 with some decrease in transfer speed. So. u can buy usb 3.0 ext hard disk. I Suggest u to buy seagate only, it is the most popular hard disk manufacturing company. But be careful with the hard disk, dont break it again. Handle it carefully

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