Buffalo LinkStation Mini SSD - Solid State NAS device fits in the palm of your hand
By Mike Hanlon
February 6, 2009
February 7, 2009 Buffalo Technology today launched the LinkStation Mini SSD, the world’s first Network Attached Storage (NAS) Solid State Drive (SSD) device for consumers. The LinkStation Mini SSD weighs 0.5 kg (1.1 pounds), has a capacity of 240GB and a built-in DNLA media server that allows users to seamlessly stream movies to a PC, Mac, multi-media device or DNLA supported TV. It also has built-in WebAccess™ providing users with access to all their digital media files via the Internet from their PC, Mac or iPhone, from anywhere in the world.
In the United Kingdom, the LinkStation Mini SSD will have a recommended price of GBP 740 which translates to USD 1,093 at current exchange rates, though we don't have a U.S. price as yet.
Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand (82 x 40 x 135 mm) and quiet enough to keep in your lounge, the LinkStation Mini SSD is both fan-less and motor-less and hence has very low power consumption. With no internal moving parts, it will also be more reliable and quieter than other NAS devices.
Other key features
Internal Hard Drives
Protocol Support & OS Compatibility