Buffalo Technology TeraStation III

$1,000.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1The Buffalo Technology TeraStation Duo is a portable Network-Storage Device engineered for small to medium sized businesses. It features four 2.5” HDDs and supports RAID 0 (Stripping w/o Redundancy), RAID 1 (Mirroring), RAID 5 (w/Redundancy), RAID 10 (Stripping/Mirroring), and JBOD (Full-Capacity Spanning).

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Especially notable is the unit’s numerous business-related features: Active Directory support, DFS support, disk-quota support, share-level replication, built-in FTP server, DLNA CERTIFIED streaming server, port trunking, etc. Note also that the unit hosts a snap-off front panel, behind which the hot-swap drives lie. And the user managing the TeraStation III need not be an expert, as the device allows for easy setup and administration via a simple web interface.

Additional Information

For more details on Buffalo’s RAID Technology, please visit WHAT IS RAID.

For a cheaper, albeit less-featured alternative, consider the TeraStation Duo.


  • Portable NAS for Businesses
  • Four 2.5” HDD (Hot-Swap)
  • RAID 0/1/5/10/JBOD
  • Active Directory Support
  • Distributed File System Support
  • Disk Quota Support
  • FTP/DLNA Servers
  • 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
  • Share-Level Replication
  • Automatic Data Encryption
  • Large Silent Fan
  • Advanced Ventilation Design
  • LCD Display
  • USB Interface
  • Memeo AutoBackup


  • Number of Drives: 4 (SATA)
  • Interface: 10/100/1000 Ethernet, USB 2.0
  • Networking: TCP/IP
  • Directory Integration: LDAP
  • Management: HTTP
  • Time Synchronization: NTP
  • Dimensions: 6.7 x 8.5 x 9.1”
  • OS: Vista, XP, 2000, 98 SE, Mac OS 10.3.9+

Model Variations

  • Buffalo Technology TeraStation III: TS-X2.0TL/R5 | 2TB
  • Buffalo Technology TeraStation III: TS-X4.0TL/R5 | 4TB
  • Buffalo Technology TeraStation III: TS-X6.0TL/R5 | 6TB
  • Buffalo Technology TeraStation III: TS-X8.0TL/R5 | 8TB

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