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Web Access, In-Built Media Server connects to DLNA compatible digital entertainment devices, One touch transfer of media files from digital camera/camcorder with Direct Copy feature, In-Built BitTorrent Client and supports Apple Time Machine, Eco-friendly power savings.

Buffalo LinkStation Live
The LinkStation Live is a high capacity consumer NAS (Network Attached Storage) device that allows users to store digital content such as videos, music and photos, and share or stream it around their home network. The product provides a cost-effective, high-performance NAS solution that delivers superior reliability and usability for consumers.

The Buffalo LinkStation Live features a high-performance Marvell Media Vault Processor, DDR-II RAM and a high-speed SATA drive to deliver increased throughput rates of up to 35MB/s, which is five times faster than average single-drive NAS devices on the market. It also has an iTunes Server function, allowing iTunes7 software to access music files saved on the LinkStation Live for playback via the iTunes portal. Furthermore, Direct Copy functionality enables files to be transferred directly onto the device from a digital camera or USB flash drive.

Features and Benefits

Easy Setup Does Not Require Drivers
Seamlessly Integrates with iTunes® 7 and Allows You to Access Your Music Files on the LinkStation from Your iTunes Software
Built-in DLNA CERTIFIED server for easy playback of multimedia files to any DLNA CERTIFIED device
Protect Data by Restricting Access With Group and User Level Security
Built-in Print Server to Print Files from Anywhere on Your Network*
Direct Copy Feature Allows You to Quickly and Easily Transfer Photos from a Digital Camera Directly to a LinkStation
Expand Storage by Adding a USB Hard Drive
Scheduled Backup via USB 2.0 to External Storage
Memeo AutoBackup Software for Windows PCs Included
Two or More LinkStations Can be Used to Back Up Each Other Over Your Network
High Speed Processor and Fast 7200 RPM SATA Hard Drive
Auto-Sensing 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet Port
Space-Saving Compact and Aesthetic Design
Minimal Power Consumption
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#1
Looks like a good price for a feature packed NAS
#2

Supported Operating Systems
Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows ME
Microsoft Windows 2000
USB Ports
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Had to go to the link to ifnd this out... no good for me as running ubuntu :(
#3
paddy.stone
Had to go to the link to ifnd this out... no good for me as running ubuntu :(


Of course it is!
Just mount it somewhere and there you have it.
#4
It has been reduced to £80.74 so i brought it for £84.73 with the P&P

have some heat:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#5
lnz
Of course it is!
Just mount it somewhere and there you have it.


Yeah I know I'd be ABLE to use it in ubuntu.. but if something went wrong they'd probably say I was using it in an unsupported OS.
#6
" In-Built BitTorrent Client" umm, no.

The version 3 of the Linkstation Live does, but the version 2 (like the picture shows) doesn't come out of the box with BitTorrent. If you want to run BitTorrent on a version 2 you need to replace/hack the firmware.
#7
Got one of these and it's fantastic, works perfectly with Hi-Def vob files streaming to PS3 :)
#8
looks good, so i take it the ps3 would recognise this no probs. Any1 know for sure?
#9
I paid £75 for the 320Gb version 5 months ago so well hot!
#10
Anyone know if this works on Vista (I know it doesn't list it as a supported OS but just wondered if the Cdiscount web-site blurb was just out of date)

Thanks
#11
Altarf;5840529
" In-Built BitTorrent Client" umm, no.

The version 3 of the Linkstation Live does, but the version 2 (like the picture shows) doesn't come out of the box with BitTorrent. If you want to run BitTorrent on a version 2 you need to replace/hack the firmware.


Amazon wrong as well then:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buffalo-LinkStation-Network-Storage-HS-DH750GL/dp/B000N99Y50/ref=dp_cp_ob_ce_title_3
#12
it's gone up again to 84.99

had to double check the order and i have defiantly brought this for 80.74
#13
I have the 250GB version of this and it is VERY NOISY when the DLNA (PCast) server is enabled. There is a constant grinding from the disk and I have had to disable this functionality to preserve my sanity and the health of the disk. Very disappointing as this was the reason I bought the device in the first place!
#14
good price.

the inbuilt DLNA server is pants. it has no torrent support built in, but if you google for the steviewonder firmware and install that, you'll get a proper bt client and twonky too.

I use mine with ubuntu. The only thing you need Windows for is if you want to run NasNavigator2, which doesn't really give you a lot.
#15
eh? 1p more expensive in amazon...this is not that hot....
#16
MrPercent
eh? 1p more expensive in amazon...this is not that hot....


wheres the link to the amazon deal? as id rather other from them. i couldn't find the 750 model there.
#17
notthecarparkman
I have the 250GB version of this and it is VERY NOISY when the DLNA (PCast) server is enabled. There is a constant grinding from the disk and I have had to disable this functionality to preserve my sanity and the health of the disk. Very disappointing as this was the reason I bought the device in the first place!


Thanks for the tip, I wondered why it was so noisy :thumbsup:
#18
dheaddy
Thanks for the tip, I wondered why it was so noisy :thumbsup:


sounds like a faulty HD, mine is no more noisey than my humax pvr
#19
flyingteddy
wheres the link to the amazon deal? as id rather other from them. i couldn't find the 750 model there.


Amazon link....here. Only £1.01 more expensive!
#20
Sorry to sound like a complete novice, but....

can you add addition HD's to this, when the 750gb gets full?
#21
creditcrunch
Sorry to sound like a complete novice, but....

can you add addition HD's to this, when the 750gb gets full?


"Features and Benefits

...Expand Storage by Adding a USB Hard Drive..."

:)

BFN,

fp.
#22
fanpages
"Features and Benefits

...Expand Storage by Adding a USB Hard Drive..."

:)

BFN,

fp.


:thumbsup: cheers dude - told you I was a complete novice:p:oops:

Also, (this could be another stoopid question), does this thing stream AVCHD / MKV's and other HD files?:thinking:
#23
chromosome17
Got one of these and it's fantastic, works perfectly with Hi-Def vob files streaming to PS3 :)


does stream AVCHD files to the PS3:?
#24
Sweet machine....
#25
I'm running Openlink on mine, full version of Debian, HellaNZB and zussaweb. Can access it from anywhere.

Plus if you're really feeling dangerous, try putting Webmin on it. If you're running Cups (to share a printer), then you have the web front end too. Just be careful because the version of Debian is Etch and it's a little limited.
#26
nice....

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