Buffalo LinkStation 410 2TB 1-Bay High Speed NAS £84.98 @ BT
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Buffalo LinkStation 410 2TB 1-Bay High Speed NAS £84.98 @ BT

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Found 2nd Sep





Buffalo Technology’s new LinkStation™ 410D series is the next generation of single-bay NAS: faster-than-ever and ready for intensive data storage tasks with easy setup and a new intuitive interface, and a free personal cloud for remote accessfrom anywhere via web browsers or smart devices.




Buffalo’s new LinkStation™ has the latest CPU with a new generation CPU core for noticeably improved performance that delivers transfer speeds up to 100MB/s!




New NAS users will appreciate consolidating their media files and data in one central location; and current NAS users will appreciate faster ransfer speeds, expanded capacity, and more features. But even better, all users will appreciate Buffalo’s free personal cloud for remote access via smart devices or web browsers keeping all your data at your fingertips no matter where you are.

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Cooltide4 h, 27 m ago

Speaking personally, I'd always recommend more than one drive in a NAS so …Speaking personally, I'd always recommend more than one drive in a NAS so you can use RAID (redundant array of independent disks) techniques to keep a copy of the data in case one of the NAS drives crashes.FYI I'm running a 7 year old 2 drive Buffalo NAS (configured as RAID 0 - each disc has identical data) and it's been totally reliable (so far).The personal cloud facility on my old NAS has never worked, but that's not a feature I need. Hopefully they've fixed this with newer models.


I presume you mean raid 1 which mirrors data from one drive to another
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Is it complete or do I have to buy a hdd ?

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redadmiral5 h, 7 m ago

Is it complete or do I have to buy a hdd ?


its complete, 2tb hard drive is included

Speaking personally, I'd always recommend more than one drive in a NAS so you can use RAID (redundant array of independent disks) techniques to keep a copy of the data in case one of the NAS drives crashes.
FYI I'm running a 7 year old 2 drive Buffalo NAS (configured as RAID 0 - each disc has identical data) and it's been totally reliable (so far).
The personal cloud facility on my old NAS has never worked, but that's not a feature I need. Hopefully they've fixed this with newer models.

Cooltide4 h, 27 m ago

Speaking personally, I'd always recommend more than one drive in a NAS so …Speaking personally, I'd always recommend more than one drive in a NAS so you can use RAID (redundant array of independent disks) techniques to keep a copy of the data in case one of the NAS drives crashes.FYI I'm running a 7 year old 2 drive Buffalo NAS (configured as RAID 0 - each disc has identical data) and it's been totally reliable (so far).The personal cloud facility on my old NAS has never worked, but that's not a feature I need. Hopefully they've fixed this with newer models.


I presume you mean raid 1 which mirrors data from one drive to another

MacPhisto19 h, 57 m ago

I presume you mean raid 1 which mirrors data from one drive to another …I presume you mean raid 1 which mirrors data from one drive to another


Doh! My bad. Thanks
Edited by: "Cooltide" 4th Sep
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