Over the winter, the Eastern US was blanketed in blizzard after blizzard. As a stark reminder of Mother Nature’s bitchiness, two snow-plowed piles of that record snowfall in two different cities lingered well into summer. One of them is still frozen—a mud-caked sno-cone slowly oozing in the sun.
By now, most of us have made the transition from a bulky desktop computer to a sleek laptop. But Buffalo makes a strong case for making room for a non-descript tower on your desk again with its Thunderbolt 2 DriveStation Ultra that’s filled to the brim with hard drives and storage.
Last month we brought you footage of an African painted dog pack taking down a pregnant impala. Today, we bring you lions hunting a baby buffalo.
Meteorologist said that they have never seen radar images like the ones from yesterday's snow wall that swallowed Buffalo, NY. The snow lake effect was caused by low temperatures now affecting the big lakes, part of a record-breaking blanket of freezing temperatures that covered 85% of the continental US.
The above photo, taken from a plane above Buffalo yesterday by photographer Jeff Suhr, shows the brutal lake effect snow storm in effect over Western New York right now. Some areas are expecting up to six feet of snow by the end of the week. These snowstorms are among the most intense in the world, and the processes…
There are almost as many wireless Bluetooth keyboards on the market as there are Bluetooth speakers. But why spend money on yet another keyboard for your mobile devices when there's probably already a perfectly good one on your laptop? With this Bluetooth USB transmitter dongle from Buffalo, the keyboards you already…
If you're rocking a classic laptop that hails from the time before SD card readers were a standard feature, Buffalo's got you covered with an incredibly petite flash card reader that promises to handle up to 45 different formats. Of coure, that's taking into account the endless varieties of SD, miniSD, and microSD…
Buffalo has just announced a new backup battery called the Voltissimo that makes the bold claim of being able to fully charge an iPhone in just 15 minutes. While there's no technical reason it shouldn't be able to deliver on that claim, it's not the best idea for your phone in the long run.
While there's no way these would fly by Vegas standards, this set of antique, buffalo bone dice would be an incredibly cool—if not mildly creepy—way to add some character to any newfound gambling connoisseur's bag of tricks.
Buffalo just put a new Wi-Fi router on store shelves, and it's so fast you can't really use it with anything. But on paper it is so great and fast.
The NAS box. It's not particularly sexy or groundbreaking, but network-attached storage is an obvious solution for a common need. And here's the very best of the bunch.
You've been getting by with the cheapie router you bought two years ago, so why should you upgrade now? Performance. And features. We asked seven manufacturers to send us the best consumer routers in their stables regardless of price tags.
Most of Buffalo's products wind up Stateside after their initial Japanese launch, so it's fairly safe to say this portable 3D Blu-ray drive can be added to your wishlist—if you have a 3D-supporting monitor, that is.
It's about time you got around to digitizing those prized Full House video tapes you have stashed in the attic. Buffalo's PC-SDVD/U2G dongle is one of the most efficient ways we've seen, connecting to your VHS player and PC.
Buffalo today unveiled the first-even four-port USB 3.0 hub. Right now? May not be that useful. But sooner than you think, this is going to be the multi-port hub that you need.
iPod docks can already be found on speakers, alarm clocks, kitchen scales, space heaters, lamps, cars, bikes and I'm sure in a bunch of other wacky things. Leaving no stone unturned, Buffalo is releasing the Dualie, a hard drive/dock combo.
Hey storage fiends? The 4TB WSS NAS monster from Buffalo just jumped the Pacific and made its way Stateside. The smokey smell is your credit card.
You know I need breakfast asap when I read maple and cherry and the only thing I can think about is syrup, pancakes, and pie. And a giant coffee, please. Unfortunately, these wooden speakers for all iPods are not edible.