Buffalo MiniStation Extreme and Buffalo DriveStation Axis Velocity

Buffalo's Newest Portable Storage Solution Pairs High Performance USB 3.0 with a Sleek Shock Proof Chassis. Buffalo continues in a tradition of innovation and leadership in the USB 3.0 market with the MiniStation Plus by offering high performance USB 3.0 portable storage in a compact and lightweight shock proof chassis.

And now, Buffalo announced the new MiniStation Extreme and DriveStation Axis Velocity storage solutions. These latest additions to Buffalo's portfolio of innovative and performance-driven USB 3.0 storage solutions provide consumers with a fast and reliable way to store, back up and transport their content safely and securely.

Buffalo MiniStation Extreme with USB 3.0 support and backward compatibility with USB 2.0, it works with nearly any PC or Mac and provides interface speeds up to 5 Gbps. MiniStation Extreme features US Military Standard shock protection with a ruggedized chassis and specialized bumpers designed to absorb and transfer shock away from the hard disk due to accidental bumps and drops from up to 2 meters.


Buffalo DriveStation Axis Velocity with a high speed 7200 RPM hard drive and USB 3.0 support, DriveStation Axis Velocity boasts extremely fast file transfers and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 for use with nearly any PC or Mac. Optional 256-bit AES hardware encryption offers government-grade protection without the need for additional software.

Buffalo MiniStation Extreme is available at an estimated street price of $94.99 for the 500GB (HD-PZ500U3) and $129.99 for the 1 TB (HD-PNT1.0U3).

Buffalo DriveStation Axis Velocity is available at an estimated street price of $94.99 for the 1 TB (HD-LX1.0TU3), $134.99 for the 2 TB (HD-LX2.0TU3) and $179.99 for the 3 TB (HD-LX3.0TU3).

Buffalo MiniStation Extreme is backed by a three-year limited warranty and Buffalo DriveStation Axis Velocity is backed by a two-year limited warranty including toll-free 24/7 US based technical support. Both models will be available October 2011. [PRESS RELEASES]

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