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Buffalo Linkstation Duo 4TB High Performance Multimedia Shared Raid Network Storage ( NAS )

by Buffalo
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)


Price: 187.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Weight:2.3 kg
  • Device Type:NAS server
  • Host Connectivity:Gigabit Ethernet
  • Height:12.7 cm
  • Installed Devices / Modules Qty:2 (installed) / 2 (max)
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandBuffalo
Item Weight1.5 Kg
Product Dimensions17.5 x 15.6 x 4.5 cm
Item model numberLS-WX4.0TL/R1-EU
ColorBlack
Hard Drive Size4000 GB
Wattage21 watts
Hardware PlatformPC
  
Additional Information
ASINB00308JH2Q
Best Sellers Rank 3,383 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.8 Kg
Date First Available7 Jan 2010
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: Replacement parts covered under manufacturer's warranty terms for 12 months from date of purchase

Warranty, Labor: Labour cost covered under manufacturer's warranty terms for 12 months from date of purchase
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Product Description

Product Description

Buffalo LinkStation Duo makes storage and sharing simple

If you are looking for a quick and easy way to store and share your files the Buffalo LinkStation Duo (LS-WXL) is ideal. You get one central place to store and share documents, photos, videos and music across a network and is perfect for the home or small office. It’s a high performance device with two drives and two bays Network Attached Storage (NAS) which can also be configured in RAID 0 for maximum performance or RAID 1 for redundant storage options.

LinkStation Duo
Buffalo's Web Access Technology – share files with friends and family

Quickly and easily access and share your photos, music files and videos stored on your Buffalo NAS with anyone who has access to the Internet. Just send a link via email to your friends and family so they can securely access the files you want to share. No special software is required so set up is simple!

Web Access
One touch transfer from your digital camera to your LinkStation Duo

Transferring photos from your digital camera or camcorder is so simple with the LinkStation Duo’s Direct copy feature. So all your precious memories will be stored and backed up safely and securely.

Quick swap drives
Quick and easy setup

Setting up the LinkStation Duo is designed to be quick and easy with a customer friendly web-based interface.

Faster streaming speed

No need to wait for files to down load with impressive data transfer rates of up to 40MB per second – ideal for movies and music files.

Listen to your favourite hits from iTunes

The LinkStation Duo seamlessly integrates with iTunes and allows you to access to your favourite playlists from your iTunes software.

Quick swap drives

The two removable hard drives are easily accessible via the front panel

NOVASTOR
Powerful Backup With NovaBACKUP Professional

The LinkStation Duo is bundled with five licenses of NovaBACKUP Professional. The NovaBACKUP Professional automatically backs up your personal documents along with your favourite photos, music and videos, and protects your data on workstations locally and online. Regardless of theft, user error or hardware failure, NovaBACKUP keeps your data secure. So have complete peace of mind that precious documents and memories will be saved.

Bittorrent
Built-in BitTorrent Client

When you want to download or upload large files like movies or music there is a superb feature built into the LinkStation Duo which lets you process the data without having to power up your PC. A BitTorrent client is a programme that uses the BitTorrent protocol to manage large file downloads and uploads over the Internet.

Eco Minded
Eco-friendly, energy-saving


Pre-installed with these energy-efficient features: the Schedule Power Management System – which reduces CO2 omissions and helps save up to 66% power; the PC Interlocking Power Management System – which makes power saving effortless, and the Automatic Power On/Off function – which automatically turn on or off with your PC or Mac.

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View digital content on any DLNA / UPnP Certified media player

The built-in DLNA and UPnP Certified Media Server allows easy playback of multimedia files on any DLNA Certified device.

Product Description

Technical Specifications: Dimensions: (W x H x D) 86 x 127 x 204 mm Interfaces (type-maintain without number): 1x USB 2.0, LAN (10/100/1000MBit/s)

Description: BUFFALO LINKSTATION DUO 4TB


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
71 of 75 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Buffalo need better quality control 14 Oct 2010
By asbr
Size Name:2TB
When I unpacked this unit I could hear loose parts rolling around inside it. I went ahead and set it up and copied data from the Buffalo Linkstation that I was using previously on to it. The copying was straightforward to set up and worked well. Only after doing that did I read a message on Buffalo's user forum where someone reported that his Duo had arrived with a loose screw inside it and that this had caused a short circuit after about a week. He advised anyone who received a unit with loose parts to return it immediately. I couldn't do that, having copied data on to it. Instead I opened the unit, handling it very carefully, and found three loose screws inside. I removed these and tried to remove the discs (they should just slide out) to see it there were any other loose screws but one of the discs was jammed, I suspect from a fourth screw, and could not be removed. On the basis that the unit was working and "if it isn't broken don't fix it" I re-installed the disc I had removed and connected the Duo to my network again. It continues to work satisfactorily after about a month.

From the point of view of being an easily used and easy to set up network storage and media server I would recommend this unit, but I would urge people to return it before installing it if there is any sign of poor manufacture.

I should add that, when I replied on the Buffalo user forum that I also had a unit with loose screws inside it, a Buffalo representative asked for the serial number of the unit so that they could check their manufacturing, so they did appear to take the report of poor quality seriously, and may have improved their quality control by now.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars NAS at home 22 Sep 2010
Size Name:2TB|Verified Purchase
Noise: This does have a fan but I find it is generally very quiet and no problem on my desk in front of me.
Automatic power up and down: generally this works. When the last laptop on the network is closed down, the NAS powers down, and generally it restarts when we reboot in the morning. Occassionally it fails to restart automatically but cycling the power switch soon solves that.
Admin aplication: The admin tool works but takes a bit of trial and error, for instance setting up shares, as the manual is limited. It is probably best to assign a fixed IP address on your router. Then you can happily map a Windows network drive to the ip address, and don't necessarily need the NAS Navigator application which is blocked by the firewall on my work laptop.
Back up application: The supplied back up application works but I am not yet sure if it is any better than a DOS batch file and xcopy. There is also the RichCopy tool free from Microsoft that is worth investigating. I think I prefer to have straight file copy back ups rather than compressed files. The compressed files seem to be more suitable for spreading a backup across cdroms, or dvd.
RAID: This is the main reason for buying. I have configured the two discs to be mirrored, and I am relying on this to store my family photo album and music. I will also do a separate back up to another USB drive that can be connected direct to the NAS.
Music: I have found that Windows Media Player works very well. No trouble including NAS folders in the library. I-Player is a bit more complicated.
Overall: I am very pleased with this NAS. It provides a secure mirrored network storage that we can all access off the home LAN for a reasonable price. It is reasonably easy to set up if you have a bit of home pc knowledge.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buffalo Linkstation 17 Mar 2013
By L. Rose
Size Name:2TB|Verified Purchase
After researching the market decided on this NAS drive even though it did not come out top on reviews. However, I am glad I did as it was easy to set up on RAID 1 and was recognised by my network instantly (1 x XP desktop and 1 desktop and 2 wifi laptops running Vista). Also it was instantly recognised by my tv setup allowing me to view my photos on the big screen. In addition I have an Iomega NAS drive and this was certainly more difficult to set up and I never really got the knack of viewing my photos from it. Some reviewers comment on the noise, but I have not found it obtrusive. Another feature I am keen to set up is that it can be synchronised with my Flikr account. Also the cloud facility is free whereas there is a subscription to pay with some providers.
I am not a computer buff, being in my late 60s so I cannot comment on speeds and other features, but for ease of set up and doing the basics that I require I have no hesitation in recommending the Buffalo Linkstation Duo.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 6TB NAS Drive 5 Nov 2012
Size Name:6TB|Verified Purchase
Would have been 5 stars except for the fact (It's on T'Web) it takes over 6 hrs PER Terrabyte to create a RAID 1 Array. The drive comes as RAID 0 as standard out of the box. Changing to RAID 1 (mirrored)and creating the 3TB Array, formatting and checking the drives took nearly 18 hrs. Read the manual and learn to decipher what the "Info/Error" flashing light means. It will save you scratching your head wondering what the drive is doing.I eventually left it overnight and into the next day until it had finished and reported "Normal". Then it is dead easy to use, add users and map drive letters to. iTunes server works well and anyone with a Squeezebox or Sonos wireless HiFi will have no trouble setting up and streaming around the house.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Good value for money RAID NAS drive
This drive does exactly what I want. It allows me to mirror the 2 3GB drives providing a secure method of storage for my files. Read more
Published 13 days ago by JSK Technology Solutions
5.0 out of 5 stars Not Too Difficult to set up
Would recommend to a friend.
Needs some computer literacy. Not overly simple to set up, but expect this would be the same of any manufacturer of this type of device.
Published 14 days ago by D R Thompson
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb NAS box
This is a superb NAS box 6 Terabytes of data once setup you can remotely access it upload, download to it, it even syncs your phone as you walk through the door. Read more
Published 21 days ago by Elliott Jones
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad...?
So far there's no problem with this product. Setting up raids are easy, however, managing the connection through wifi is a pain. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Samantha
5.0 out of 5 stars Buffalo LinkStation Duo 6TB NAS Drive station
After reading all reviews I was a bit sceptic about the performance, set-up procedure and software for Macs. So far, I am impressed and bewildered about this product. Read more
Published 1 month ago by von Becks
5.0 out of 5 stars Very nice works perfectly no problems ..
Works just like it says on the tin..
iPad-iPhone use requires opening drive to Internet users too risky for me so use vlc player on the iPads to allow kids access...
Published 1 month ago by David Anderson
4.0 out of 5 stars Great little NAS
ATTENTION: NAS comes shipped with some card packing inside it that must be removed before powering the NAS on! Read more
Published 1 month ago by Mr. Adam Owen
3.0 out of 5 stars Does the job
Small form factor unit and decent sized storage are plus points. Seems reliable and reasonable back-up tools included. Read more
Published 2 months ago by ComingUpEasy
3.0 out of 5 stars A iMac's users thoughts.........
I found out a few months ago that I was running out of hard drive space on my USB hard drives. I have been putting on all of my music , films and TV shows on to iTunes, and the... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Mr. A. Buckenham
1.0 out of 5 stars Not the most reliable product!
Be very careful if you are tempted to buy this product and you are planning on using this with a MAC. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Jon
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