Buffalo Technology was one of the first companies to come out with a 802.11ac router. Their LinkStation and TerraStation lineup of NAS units is also well regarded. We dropped by their CES suite to check out their latest offerings. While most of the products were the standard upgrades (for example, the AirStation Extreme AC 1900 WXR1900DHP is the 3x3 802.11ac solution combined with a N600 solution that every other router manufacturer has added to their lineup and the travel router, WMR 433, is a 802.11ac variant), two products caught my eye. The first was the MiniStation Air HDD, a wireless portable hard drive with a USB 3.0 interface. The unit provides up to 1 TB of storage space for mobile devices while sporting a battery...
Brian already updated readers on the new products from Buffalo in the networking and Thunderbolt space. There were updates on the NAS front too. The primary announcement was the...2 by Ganesh T S on 1/14/2013
New from Buffalo Technology - Updated AC1750 802.11ac router, MiniStation Thunderbolt with SSD, and Thunderbolt Duo
Ganesh and I dropped by Buffalo Technology at CES 2013 to get a look at their upcoming products. I'll leave most of the MiniStation NAS news to him as...5 by Brian Klug on 1/12/2013
Back when Thunderbolt (then Intel Lightpeak) was optical, I was actively involved in covering the interface, partly out of professional curiosity due to my optical background, partly because I...61 by Brian Klug on 8/1/2012
At the 2012 CES, we reported on one of the first public 802.11ac technology demonstrations at the Buffalo Technologies booth. Fast forward a few months, and Netgear seemed to...11 by Ganesh T S & Brian Klug on 5/14/2012
We just stopped by Buffalo's booth at CES 2012, who were kind enough to let us use a WiSpy DBx from Metageek we're working on reviewing to look at...16 by Brian Klug on 1/11/2012