14 March 2014, 10:52
'Mobile-first' configuration allows quick setup from an iOS, Android or Windows Phone app.
14 March 2014, 10:43
Dual-band AirStation 1156 router to offer high-speed wireless for €70.
14 March 2014, 10:31
Exclusive optimisations coming soon to TeraStation and LinkStation products.
31 May 2013, 14:15
New storage product offers “SSD performance with HDD like prices” and capacities.
15 May 2012, 09:02
The new wireless 802.11ac Gigabit standard is officially here.
8 March 2012, 12:09
New range of NAS devices to launch with USB 3.0 and IP camera support.
17 January 2012, 15:46
Next-gen Wi-Fi is coming, and Buffalo plans to be one of the first to offer 5G Wi-Fi products.
11 January 2012, 02:00
Due to be released Q3 2012.
2 November 2011, 12:58
Cloud-enhanced 2-bay storage solution arrives in UK.
19 October 2011, 12:20
500GB and 1TB units tout their shock-protection accomplishments.
6 October 2011, 14:29
Comes with some super-speed claims.
25 October 2010, 14:24
PC support arrives for super-high capacity 128GB disks in internal and external form-factors.
10 December 2009, 09:24
Handy if you really need USB 3.0 support on a modern laptop.
28 September 2009, 12:54
DriveStation HD-HXU3 on course to become one of the industry's first SuperSpeed USB 3.0 external drive.
24 June 2009, 15:18
Ultra-compact and highly-losable 16GB USB flash drives on the way.
9 March 2009, 17:13
External storage specialist Buffalo Technology launches its latest NAS box aimed at the SMB market.
2 September 2008, 15:03
Buffalo Technology has launched the fastest internal Blu-ray drive available, but you'll be hard pushed to find 8x media.
11 April 2008, 18:09
Japanese storage and memory company is looking to increase its presence in the smaller reseller channel.
4 September 2007, 13:09
Buffalo Technology has released two new external storage products that it reckons out-perform other USB 2.0 solutions. So what has the company done to achieve this?
3 July 2006, 16:58
The first real wave of NAS solutions aimed at the SOHO and even SMB markets proved a bit on the slow side, but that's all changing now.