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Buffalo's DriveStation USB 2.0 Hard Drive lets you store, backup, or easily transport various files, including huge multimedia files too large to fit on a USB key. Just plug it into your computer and it installs automatically with Windows 2000, XP, or OS-X computers. Fanless Heat Sink Chassis design lets the DriveStation run cool and quietly. The unique chassis design may be placed vertically or horizontally. With auto installation, Memeo AutoBackup Software (Download Memeo AutoBackup) and SecureLockWare support, the DriveStation is a plug and play secure and reliable USB backup and storage solution.
|Device Type||Hard drive - external|
|Interfaces||1 x Hi-Speed USB2 - 4 PIN USB Type B|
|Service & Support||2 year warranty|
|Power Device||Power adapter|
|Voltage Required||AC 100/240 V ( 47/63 Hz )|
|Min Operating Temperature||5 °C|
|Max Operating Temperature||35 °C|
|Interface Type||Hi-Speed USB2|
|Buffer Size||16 MB|
|Seek Time||8.9 ms (average)|
|Spindle Speed||7200 rpm|
|Serial Bus Transfer Rate (USB 2.0)||480 Mbits/s (Max)|
|OS Required||Apple MacOS X 10.3 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista / 2000 / XP|
|System Requirements Details||MacOS X 10.3 or later - PowerPC G3 - RAM 128 MB Windows 2000/XP/Vista - Pentium II - 350 MHz - RAM 128 MB|
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