Buffalo LinkStation Live 750GB Shared Network Storage £119.99 delivered @ Oyyy.co.uk

Buffalo LinkStation Live 750GB Shared Network Storage £119.99 delivered @ Oyyy.co.uk

Found 6th Mar 2009
Saw this thought it was a good price, obviously there is hundreds of models out there but this would cover most peoples needs, fair amount of storage space as well. I paid a lot more for mine over a year ago. If it can be found cheaper shoot it down.

There is 3% Quidco possibly available as well.

The easy to use LinkStation Live Multimedia Storage Server is perfect whenever you need dependable network data storage. All computers on your network can share files on this versatile, flexible, and simple NAS. In addition to its storage capabilities, it can stream multimedia to a PC, a Mac, a Buffalo LinkTheater, and other DLNA CERTIFIED media players. The LinkStation Live seamlessly integrates with iTunes 7 and allows you to access your music files on the LinkStation from your iTunes software. Best suited for homes or small businesses who need a central location for files that all devices on the network can share.

* Data Transfer Rates:- Max: 480 Mbps (High Speed Mode) / Max: 12 Mbps (Full Speed Mode)
* Seamlessly Integrates with iTunes 7 and allows you to Access your Music Files on the LinkStation from your iTunes Software
* Built-in DLNA CERTIFIED Media Server for Streaming Digital Media to any DLNA CERTIFIED Multimedia Device
* Direct Copy Feature: Quickly and Easily Transfer Photos from a Digital Camera Directly to a LinkStation
* Expand your Storage with 2 USB Ports
* High Speed Processor and Fast 7200 RPM SATA Hard Drive


Are these cheaper elsewhere or alternatives as it's rather chilly in here?

Just curious because I have been after something like this at a tidy price.

This is a 1 tb unit from Lacie which is also a much better looking drive in my humble opinion and cheaper


This is an older model.
The newer models feature bit-torrent client and DNLA.. Here is the 1Tb version for only £152.08

I bought this newer version from ebuyer a while ago for around £150 delivered, but their proice has gone up.
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