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Buffalo LinkStation Live 3TB NAS Launched

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Buffalo Technology has announced the launch of LinkStation Live LS-XL series with enhanced Web Access feature for Smartphones and tablets. LinkStation Live NAS is a solution to store, share, stream and backup your files in one convenient location.

LinkStation Live provides access to the content from any PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android Smartphone or tablet from anywhere. One just needs to connect it to the network and follow the setup process for installation. The inclusion of BitTorrent and DLNA certified media server allows for downloading and streaming of videos, movies, photos and music to any network. Your media files can be downloaded directly to the LinkStation without the need for the PC to be switched on for the duration of the process.

With the new LinkStation Live, both home users and small businesses can share data files, photos, videos and music from anywhere and from any PC conveniently and safely

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Key Features:

- Built-in media server to connect to DLNA compatible and UPnP AV digital entertainment devices.
- Once touch transfer of media files from digital camera/camcorder via Direct Copy feature.
- Seamless integration with iTunes® to access music files on LinkStation Live from iTunes software.
- Time Machine and Apple Bonjour support for Mac
- Designed to be positioned horizontally or vertically for ultimate flexibility and versatility in any environment
- Flickr support and Eye-Fi connected to make photo experience more convenient
- Free WebAccess application for iPhone, iPad and Android Smartphones
- Integrated easy to use BitTorrent client module.

The LinkStation Live comes with a 3 year limited warranty and will be available across Buffalo authorized Partners in India in 1TB, 2TB and 3TB at MRP of Rs. 17250/-, Rs. 23250/- and Rs. 45000/- respectively.

source : pc world
 
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