Buffalo launches MicroStation SSD

Buffalo Technology launches the pocket-sized MicroStation SSD. The USB powered drive is available as 32GB or 64GB capacities and has dimensions of just 57 x 13 x 98 mm.

Paul Hudson, Northern European Sales Director, Buffalo Technology, said: “The SSD technology incorporated into Buffalo’s latest drive is truly innovative and has allowed us to combine style and portability with efficiency and reliability, making it a pleasure to use. Still not a mainstream consumer product, the MicroStation SSD portable drive is ideal for early adopters.”

Buffalo MicroStation SSD

The MicroStation key features include:

  • Small, compact, lightweight, portable and stylish design – fits in the palm of your hand
  • Low power consumption for mobile laptops
  • Quiet – lack of moving parts allows for silent operation
  • Secure Lock Ware™ software for Windows® PC encrypts your data, preventing unauthorised access
  • TurboUSB™ – enhances data transfer speed
  • Includes Memeo™ Autosync
  • Easy to Install and set up
  • Supported OS: Windows®7 (32/64bit), Windows® Vista™(32/64bit), Windows® XP, Windows® 2000, MAC OS X 10.4 or later
  • USB powered – no power supply required
  • Two year Warranty
  • Available as 32GB or 64GB capacities

The MicroStation SSD portable drive is available from Insight, Misco and other leading resellers from Febuary 2010.

  • SHD-PE32U2/BK-EU – SRP: £99.99
  • SHD-PE64U2/BK-EU – SRP: £179.99

Source: Buffalo

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