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    Buffalo MiniStation Extreme 1TB

    Harder than your average portable storage drive.
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    Re: Buffalo MiniStation Extreme 1TB

    this storage device sounds like a cool one. Actually i read the review thrice back to back,,i donno why?!
    due to the Nice craft of the review i guess!!!

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    Re: Buffalo MiniStation Extreme 1TB

    No drop tests etc?
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    Re: Buffalo MiniStation Extreme 1TB

    Quote Originally Posted by outwar6010 View Post
    No drop tests etc?
    We did conduct some basic drop, ruggerdised tests. From the review:

    "Deliberately dropping it a number of times off the desk and on to office carpet had no impact on operation, nor did dousing the casing with half a cup of water. These basic challenges are the kinds of protection that Buffalo is aiming at, though, in the interests of fairness, a three-year-old, non-ruggerdised WD drive stood up to the same problems without issue."

    Hope that helps.

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    Re: Buffalo MiniStation Extreme 1TB

    The Bad: Buffalo support. It isn't the support you're looking for. Move along, move along...

    It is fairly simple item, but more complicated things like RAID enclosures, etc... just stay away and get something else.

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