Buffalo LinkStation Live 1.5TB MultiMedia Shared NAS Drive (With Built-In BitTorrent Client ) £116.99 inc delivery @ EXpansys
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Buffalo LinkStation Live 1.5TB MultiMedia Shared NAS Drive (With Built-In BitTorrent Client ) £116.99 inc delivery @ EXpansys

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Found 30th Aug 2010
These have really come down in price recently, also available for the same sort of money from Buy.com and Play etc

Buffalo LinkStation Live is a network attached storage built in DLNA server, desined for home networking to share your documents, pictures, movie and music over a network.You can store contents from network computers or using the one touch direct copy function that is a means of taking pictures or movies from your digital camera, camcorder and storage device via USB port directly. Stored data can be shared on your network and a built-in DLNA media server can stream it to a PC, a MAC, a Buffalo LinkTheater and other DLNA Certified entertainment devices. The web access feature enables you to access your data and media stored in the LinkStation via the Internet by computuers and iPhone's. With a built-in BitTorrent client, LinkStation can download content without the requirement to keep your PC powered up.Intelligent power saving functions, timer power on/off and auto power on/off with your Windows PC all help towards power saving and eco in mind.

8 Comments

Original Poster

Looks like the whole range is down in price, but this is the cheapest deal for a 1.5TB and although its not as good £/ GB as the 2TB its better than the 1TB, depends how much storage you want and how much money you have to spend.

J400uk

Looks like the whole range is down in price, but this is the cheapest … Looks like the whole range is down in price, but this is the cheapest deal for a 1.5TB and although its not as good £/ GB as the 2TB its better than the 1TB, depends how much storage you want and how much money you have to spend.


yeah, shame all the cheap ones cant be in same store though to make it easier
i am still tempted by a nas but haven't taken the plunge
is there any benefit of these ones over a stora with free 500gb drive then a 1 tb drive added?

Had My eye on this for the past week. It will probably take quite a few years to fill up the 1.5TB & by then something a lot faster & bigger will be out no doubt so I think I will go for this rather than the 2TB.

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Don't thing this will be great for media streaming (DLNA/Upnp). They're crap for both.. The Qnap TS210 wins everytime

mrpremium

Don't thing this will be great for media streaming (DLNA/Upnp). They're … Don't thing this will be great for media streaming (DLNA/Upnp). They're crap for both.. The Qnap TS210 wins everytime



as long as you are only streaming stuff that doesnt need transcoding (eg HD mkv files), the linkstation is more than adequate. i've got the old version of this, and it works perfectly for streaming xvid files to my PS3...

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wanye

as long as you are only streaming stuff that doesnt need transcoding (eg … as long as you are only streaming stuff that doesnt need transcoding (eg HD mkv files), the linkstation is more than adequate. i've got the old version of this, and it works perfectly for streaming xvid files to my PS3...



When I had the 2TB version of this, it kept dropping out, I had to keep restarting it all the time, pain in the a$$....

mrpremium

When I had the 2TB version of this, it kept dropping out, I had to keep … When I had the 2TB version of this, it kept dropping out, I had to keep restarting it all the time, pain in the a$$....



sounds like you either got a bad one, or theres something up with your network. i've only rebooted mine three times in the year or so of having it, and that was due to me installing bits and fiddling with it. linkstation+200mbps powerline ethernet kit=damn fine ps3 streaming
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