Buffalo DriveStation Mini Thunderbolt
Packaging for the DriveStation carries an image of the device on the front with marketing information surrounding. Also note that Buffalo has chosen to go with Toshiba SSDs in this device.
Scope of delivery includes the power adapter, Thunderbolt cable, and reading materials.
Looking at the DriveStation, we find it having a rather small footprint similar in size to the Little Big Disk from LaCie.
The back of the unit houses dual Thunderbolt ports along with the cooling fan and power input.
Here you can see the size of the DriveStation Mini right next to the Little Big Disk 2 from LaCie.
Internally, the DriveStation uses the 3510L Thunderbolt controller form Intel. We also have two Toshiba SSDs.
The SSDs used in the DriveStation are the Toshiba THNSNH256GCST.
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