Summary: Is a great device with dual gigabit LAN, great interface (but slow) and lot of features like how swap, raid 1, included HDDs, LCD display. Remember to setup the auto/manual sleep option in the back with the switch.
Summary: I've gotten 2 refurbs and am VERY happy with both. I'm using them as replicating datastores for several esx/vsphere vm's. Speed: 2 discs in a RAID 0 config are fast enough for what I'm doing. Ease of use: the documentation is well-written and any gaps have been filled in nicely by the User forums etc on Buffalo's site. The web interface is fairly intuitive so that I can usually figure out what I'm looking for even if I don't have the patience to RTFM.
Summary: I have tried a lot of NAS brands and have settled on Buffalo. The feature set is what I need, but be aware they are not perfect. This is a back up unit they will stay in the box to provide coverage for the same unit in service. The 1st unit had a failure after 8 months and a firmware update would not go through and hung the unit. Both drives were hung and had to be sent to an offsite recovery center.
Summary: Our TeraStation started making noises yesterday and one of my co-workers lost a days work. I checked the logs and it turns out the UPS connected to the NAS was the problem. Our NAS hasn't been around too long so I didn't know, until I scanned the trashbox folder, that the TeraStation saves (backs-up) several instances of files currently being used. The crucial files were saved \o/ Kudos to Buffalo!
Summary: The system had all the storage I was looking for and was easy to deploy. The reviews were mostly favorable and it is easy doing busines with amazon. Buffalo Technology TeraStation Pro Duo 2 TB (2 x 1 TB) RAID High Performance Network Attached Storage (NAS) TS-WVH2.0TL/R1 (Black)
Summary: This is actually my third Buffalo NAS the first two being LinkStations. Both LinkStations had bad fans and one hard drive failed within days of installation. I decided to try a TeraStation hoping it would be more reliable since it is a business class NAS (It is also much more expensive). It is more robust and has a much better fan. It also has more bells and whistles but that is not what drove me to upgrade.