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Wednesday, 17 February 2010 11:25

Buffalo shows its new MicroStation

Written by Slobodan Simic


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SSD based one

Buffalo Technology
has announced a new version of its 2.5-inch MicroStation external storage device that uses a solid state drive instead of the regular HDD.

The new MicroStation will be available in 32 and 64GB capacities. It measures 57x13x98mm and weighs 64 grams. The only specification that is missing is the actual transfer speeds of the device but we guess that they might exceed the maximum transfer speed of the USB 2.0 interface which these drives feature.

The drive is packed in a neat box and will be available in black, red or white colour. It is bundled with Memeo Autosync and Secure Lock Ware software for data protection and syncing.

The new MicroStation (SHD-PEU2) is backed by two years of warranty and should show up in retail by the end of this month. The suggested price is around €115 and we guess that Buffalo is talking about the 64GB version.

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