MODEL- HD-W10TIU2/R1 VENDOR- BUFFALO TECHNOLOGY FEATURES- DriveStation Duo USB 2.0/FireWire Hard Drive- 1.0 TB The DriveStation Duo is a quick and easy solution to store access back up and transfer your music photos videos and other files. Get maximum storage with the increased capacity of two spanning hard drives or the extra security of automatic mirroring in one affordable box. Includes DriveStation Duo Quick setup guide Setup CD-ROM with Memeo Backup software for PC USB 2.0 cable FireWire cable Power cord Warranty statement.* Two High Speed 7200 RPM SATA Hard Drives in One* No Need to Install Drivers with Auto Setup* Pre-formatted Hard Drive for Immediate Use* Supports RAID 1 and Full Capacity Spanning Modes* Dual Interface USB 2.0 and FireWire* SecureLockWare Software for Windows PC encrypts your data from theft misplacement and unauthorized access.* Auto Power Feature Turns On and Off Automatically with Your PC* Easy-to-Use Windows RAID Utility for Changing RAID Modes* Memeo AutoBackup Software automatically backs up your files from your Windows PC. -- SPECIFICATIONs -----------------------------------CAPACITY - 1.0 TB (two 3.5 500GB drives)CONNECTORS - (1) USB 2.0 port (1) 4-pin IEEE-1394a/FireWire port (1) 6-pin IEEE-1394a/FireWire portTRANSFER RATE- up to 480Mbps (USB 2.0) up to 400Mbps (FireWire)SPIN RATE - 7200 RPMSEEK TIME - 11ms max.O/S SUPPORT - Windows XP/Server 2003 Windows 2000/MEENVIRONMEMTAL- 5 to 35 degrees C 20 to 80 % humidity (non-condensing)POWER SOURCE - AC100-240V 50/60 Hz; Consumption 47W max 22W averageDIMENSIONS - 3.9w x 6.4h x 8.7d WT.- 6.4 lbs.

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ManufacturerBuffalo Technology
ModelHD-W1.0TIU2/R1
RJ45 Ports
USB Ports
eSATA PortsYes
Other Ports
Hard Disk Size2 x 500GB
RAID
DLNA CertifiedNo
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