Slimmer, USB powered portable external optical drive

Middle East, 06 April 2011: Buffalo Technology, a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of storage, wireless networking solutions is launching a new USB powered portable 8x MultiDrive DVD that will target the net book users that need an ultra-portable optical drive.

 

The Buffalo Portable MultiDrive DVD is a DVD Reader/Writer that supports DVD±RW, RAM and CD formats. It has been designed as a portable solution for the laptop and netbook users who travel frequently. The lightweight, compact and slim design ensures it easily fits comfortably into any travel bag.

 

Using the all new portable MultiDrive is easier with integrated USB cables, multicolour LED battery and status indicator lights, and the packaged Cyberlink Software. These features make it a useful accessory to carry around along with a netbook or laptop!

 

Jasem Al Roomi, Director at Buffalo Advantec FZCO said, “Buffalo has welcomed the healthy growth of the net book market. This market also has led to the demand of a reliable and portable optical drive solution. The new Portable MultiDrive DVD Reader Writer comes complete with Cyberlink Software which lets the user write content to CD-Rs and DVDs, making it the perfect solution for anyone on the move.”

 

Availability

 

The Buffalo Portable USB 8x MultiDrive DVD Reader / Writer (DVSM-PC58U2V) will be available from leading retailers and authorized Buffalo business solution partners around the Middle East, backed by a two-year warranty.

 

Official Product ID:

Buffalo Portable USB 8x MultiDrive DVD Reader / Writer: DVSM-PC58U2V

 

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About Buffalo Technology

 

Buffalo is a global manufacturer of innovative storage, multimedia, and wireless networking products for the home and small business. The company is recognised as the Number 1 total PC peripheral manufacturer in Japan, and was the worldwide consumer NAS market leader in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 (In-Stat).

 

The company’s storage products are addressing the needs of the individual and the business, providing cost-effective network attached storage (NAS), portable and desktop hard drives, multimedia players, and Wireless LAN routers, which together offer a complete and integrated solution for the small office and digital home environment.

 

Buffalo’s product portfolio includes its TeraStation™ NAS devices which are specifically designed to bring Enterprise Storage to the SMB.  The LinkStation™ range of NAS products, takes multimedia NAS to the home, and enables you to create a central location to share information, store files, photos and music, and save all your digital content, simply and easily. The AirStation™ range of easy-to-use, high performance wireless networking products for the SMB/SoHo and home user, with industry-leading AOSS™ (AirStation One-Touch Secure System) technology, allows users to build and manage secure wireless networks at home or in the office at the push of a button.

 

Buffalo’s strong international industry alliances with companies such as Intel, Broadcom™, Nintendo and Microsoft have allowed it to lead the industry in the development of the latest technologies into practical tools for the business and the home.

 

Headquartered in Japan, Buffalo Technology has offices in the UK, France, The Netherlands, USA and Taiwan. For more information please visit www.buffalo-technology.com.

© Buffalo Inc. 2010. BUFFALO logo, AirStation, Nfiniti, AOSS, TeraStation, LinkStation, DriveStation, MiniStation, LinkTheater and Dualie are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Melco Holdings Inc. or Buffalo Inc. Microsoft Windows and Microsoft logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft corporation in United States and/or other countries.  The names and logos of other companies mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.

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