Buffalo Adds Greater NAS Storage Sizes

Buffalo Technology, as reported by tech site eHomeUpgrade, recently previewed larger versions of its TeraStation Terabyte Network Storage devices for consumer and business uses. A new 2TB version priced at $1,999 and targeted towards the business sector is available now, while 1.6TB and 2TB home servers will come out in May for $1,499 and $1,899 respectively.

The TeraStation Terabyte Network Storage devices, said Buffalo, are both Windows and Mac compatible, offer four operational modes and feature a Gigabit Ethernet port for faster data transfer rates. The TeraStation Home Server product includes media server software, is DLNA certified and includes four USB 2.0 ports, a built-in USB printer server and a file server.

The TeraStation Pro, meanwhile, features Active Directory member support. It sports four USB 2.0 ports, four serial ATA hard drives, a lockable front panel and a LCD monitor which indicates information such as operational mode, disk usage and network information.

“We are in the age of the digital packrat where you can’t get enough storage,” said Morikazu Sano, senior vice president of global marketing at Buffalo Technology, in a statement. “Being able to offer our customers 2TB of storage that’s very affordable and easy-to-use is something we are very excited about. By giving home and business users access to the capacity, features and performance that the TeraStation offers at a price that fits into any budget, we are providing a cost-effective way to ensure their data is protected now and into the future.”