Buffalo Technology Drivestation 4TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive RAID Array

Buffalo Technology
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About Buffalo Technology

Buffalo's DriveStation Duo 4TB USB 3.0 Hard Drive Array is a two hard drive, RAID enabled USB 3.0 storage solution for small servers, creative professionals, offices and consumers who need redundant and high performance external storage. RAID 0 and RAID 1 support offering flexible capacity and redundant configurations or both drives can remain independent of one another.

With USB 3.0 support and backward compatibility with USB 2.0, DriveStation Duo USB 3.0 works with almost any PC or Mac computer and provides interface speeds up to 5 Gbps. Equipped with NovaBACKUP Business Essentials software, DriveStation Duo USB 3.0 can back up any PC including Windows Servers and Exchange and SQL datastores. Plus, user replaceable hard drives offer easy maintenance with no tools required.

Buffalo Technology Features

  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0: Provides accelerated file access and interface speeds, up to 5Gb/s
  • Compatible with USB 2.0 and 3.0: Support for legacy USB 2.0 and SuperSpeed 3.0
  • Two Easily Accessible Hard Drives: Includes two hard drives for easy maintenance with the choice of optimal capacity (JBOD), performance (RAID 0) or redundancy (RAID 1)
  • Connect and Go for Windows: Hard drive is preformatted in FAT32, so it is ready to use out of the box with your Windows PC - no formatting or driver installation required
  • Safeguard Your Data: Easily accessible hard drives automatically duplicate your data when configured in RAID 1 - if one drive fails, your data is safe on the other
  • Works with PC (NTFS and HFS+ support) and Mac: Connect your PC formatted in NTFS or Mac formatted in HFS+ to your computer for additional storage or backup of your music, photo, video and data files
  • Buffalo Tools: Use Bu alo Tools to enhance PC and transfer performance and to back up your important digital assets
  • TurboPC Utility: Enhance the overall performance of your PC and increase file transfer rates
  • NovaBACKUP Business Essentials: Includes an easy to use, complete backup solution for your Windows and Windows Server PC - also includes a backup agent for MS SQL and Exchange
  • Time Machine Compatibility: Works perfectly with Time Machine to back up your Mac computer
  • eco Manager: Eco minded power management tool regulates power usage, conserving energy and reducing battery consumption

Buffalo Technology Specifications

Capacity
4TB / 2x 2TB Drives
Bays
2
Maximum Transfer Rate
USB Interface:
USB 3.0: Up to 5 Gbps
USB 2.0: Up to 480 Mbps
Sata Drive Interface:
Up to 225 MB/s (RAID 0, Sequential Read)
RAID
Supports 0,1, JBOD
Desktop/Rackmount
Desktop
Security
SecureLock Encryption Software
Electrical Requirements
AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz
Environmental Requirements
For operation: 41 to 95deg.F / 5 to 35deg.C
System Requirements
For using the hard drive array:
Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows Vista (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Windows Server 2003 (32-bit)
Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit)
Windows Server 2008 (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
Mac OS X 10.4 or later
Dimensions (W x H x D)
3.4 x 5 x 8.1" / 8.63 x 12.7 x 20.57 cm
Weight
4.5 lb / 2.04 kg
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steve b  I have both a 32 bit computer running Windows XP and a new 64 bit computer running windows 7. I wish to purchase the above 4TB hard drive and configure it to run RAID 1 (safe) and use it with both computers. In other publications I was led to believe that a 32 bit operating system would not be able to recognize or use a 4TB hard drive. Is this correct? A second but related question; Since a RAID 1 format is essentially just two 2TB Hard Drives, would a 32 bit operating system be able to "use" a 4TB hard drive configured in RAID 1?
edward w  EXCELLENT question..I would ALSO like the answer with myself on a 32 bit VISTA system.. EW
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