Buffalo Technology

Storage Takes Center Stage at New York Pepcom Event
June 27, 2010

Perhaps the least talked about link on the consumer digital imaging chain is storage. While everyone in the industry talks about capture, output and the latest mobile technology, storage has always been the industry’s red headed step child.

Buffalo Technology MiniStation and DriveStation with Turbo USB
October 19, 2007

Turbo USB increases performance by up to 60 percent. The MiniStation is a mobile drive protected with Shock Resistant technology to protect it from damage. The DriveStation conserves energy with a power saving Shutdown Scheduling feature and an Auto On/Off feature, which powers it on or off with the PC. The MiniStation is available now for $99.99 to $219.99 (80 GB to 250 GB), while the DriveStation is available for $129.99 to $499.99 (320 GB to 1 TB). www.buffalotech.com

CES: TOP TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY
February 1, 2007

More so than ever, CES 2007 was a celebration of convergence, showcasing everything from TVs to audio/video gear to phones to home control systems that combined new technologies with the ease-of-use and convenience consumers expect of traditional electronics. While manufacturers and vendors trumpeted the latest and greatest features and functions of their new offerings, many also established plans to deepen their dealer programs by rolling out more training and demo units to help smaller dealers understand and sell more sophisticated products. In turn, dealers reacted to the products with a mix of outright enthusiasm and guarded optimism. What follows, is the Dealerscope wrap-up

CES: TOP TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY
February 1, 2007

More so than ever, CES 2007 was a celebration of convergence, showcasing everything from TVs to audio/video gear to phones to home control systems that combined new technologies with the ease-of-use and convenience consumers expect of traditional electronics. While manufacturers and vendors trumpeted the latest and greatest features and functions of their new offerings, many also established plans to deepen their dealer programs by rolling out more training and demo units to help smaller dealers understand and sell more sophisticated products. In turn, dealers reacted to the products with a mix of outright enthusiasm and guarded optimism. What follows, is the Dealerscope wrap-up

New Products
January 1, 2004

CES products in the pipeline Samsung SyncMaster 172X LCD monitor. Available now for $599 SRP. The 172X utilizes Samsung's proprietary MagicTune software and dual (digital and analog) inputs. Ideal for PC and online gamers, the 172X features 12-millisecond response time in a package weighing in at just 8.3 lbs. Samsung's MagicBright technology also offers three brightness modes designed for PC, Internet and entertainment applications. Call (800) SAMSUNG or visit www.samsungusa.com/monitor. Westinghouse Digital 27-inch LCD TV (model W32701). Available now for $2,499 SRP. This newly incorporated company with the famous brand name has introduced itself with a range of LCD televisions. Its

New Products
December 1, 2003

Products in the pipeline Samsung SyncMaster 172X LCD monitor. Available now for $599 SRP. The 172X utilizes Samsung's proprietary MagicTune software and dual (digital and analog) inputs. Ideal for PC and online gamers, the 172X features 12-millisecond response time in a package weighing in at just 8.3 lbs. Samsung's MagicBright technology also offers three brightness modes designed for PC, Internet and entertainment applications. Call (800) SAMSUNG or visit www.samsungusa.com/monitor. Westinghouse Digital 27-inch LCD TV (model W32701). Available now for $2,499 SRP. This newly incorporated company with the famous brand name has introduced itself with a range of LCD televisions. Its 27-inch widescreen

Web Exclusive?Networking at CES
March 1, 2001

Moving Data, Wires OptionalBy David Dritsas and Janet PinkertonLAS VEGAS—What wasn't networked at January's 2001 International CES? The following is a round-up of data-centric networking options introduced at CES and headed to retail—some options sooner than later. In the wireless Ethernet arena, U.S. Robotics, entering new territories in wireless networking at CES introduced several new products that use the 802.11b specification. The line will include wireless access points, PC cards, PCI adapters and a peer-to-peer network kit that enables a computer in the network to act as the gateway access point server, eliminating the need for a separate access point. The starter