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Buffalo SHD-NSUM SATA SSD

Buffalo have announced their latest Solid State Drive range, the SHD-NSUM. These 2.5 inch drives has the usual SATA-II interface, as well as a micro USB 2.0 port that lets users access data before the solid state driveis installed. There are three versions of the Buffalo SHD-NSUM, from the 32 GB SHD-NSUM32G, through the 64 GB SHD-NSUM64G, to the 128 GB SHD-NSUM128G. These solid state drives will be compatible with Windows Vista/XP / 2000 operating systems. They will be pric…

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Buffalo SHD-NSUM SATA SSD

Buffalo have announced their latest Solid State Drive range, the SHD-NSUM. These 2.5 inch drives has the usual SATA-II interface, as well as a micro USB 2.0 port that lets users access data before the solid state driveis installed. There are three versions of the Buffalo SHD-NSUM, from the 32 GB SHD-NSUM32G, through the 64 GB SHD-NSUM64G, to the 128 GB SHD-NSUM128G. These solid state drives will be compatible with Windows Vista/XP / 2000 operating systems. They will be priced at 12,000 yen ($124), 21,000 yen ($217) and 38,000 yen ($392) respectively.

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Buffalo introduces its SATA Solid State Drives line up with 2.0 micro USB ports, the SHD-NSUM. The SHD-NSUM has features that allow users to choose from a variety of capacities to suit needs. These range from 30 GB to 32 GB, 60 GB, 64 GB, 120 GB and 128 GB. The SHD-NSUM is equipped with a mini USB port as well so that users can use it as an external drive for data transfer. It can alternatively be used for machine cloning before the new Solid State Drive is installed. Users can image the drive prior to dropping it into whatever gadget is getting an solid state drive speed boost, or alternatively it is used to salvage data from the computer when it suffers a hardware failure. These solid state hard drive are said to have a 30 percent speed boost over a standard hard disk drive. All three drives will be available in Japan in March 2009.

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