BUFFALO TECHNOLOGY INC. 2TB DriveStation Axis Black External Hard Drive with Buffalo Tools (USB 2.0)


· Adaptable Positioning: Product designed to be positioned horizontally or vertically for ultimate flexibility and versatility in any environment

· Connect & Go: Preformatted hard drive is ready to use out of the box – no formatting or installation required; simply plug it in to any USB.

· Works with PC and Mac®: Connect to your computer for additional storage or backup of your music, photo, video and data files

· Buffalo Tools: Use Buffalo Tools to enhance PC and transfer performance and to back up your important digital assets

· Fanless Design: Allows for quiet operation, perfect for home media centers and game rooms

· TurboPC: Enhance the overall performance of your Windows PC and increase file transfer rates up to 180% over competing USB 2.0 hard drives

· Back Up Your Files: Buffalo’s Backup Utility automatically backs up your Windows PC, protecting your data

· Eco Manager: Eco minded power management tool regulates power usage, conserving energy and battery consumption
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jackkeller Feb 17, 2011
This happens all of the time with Dell it seems. I jumped on the deal maybe a minute after seeing the Twitter link, put it in my cart at $59.99, created my account, linked my PayPal then it was magically $89.99 and their customer service was no help (big surprise). From this point forward Dell is on my blacklist.
jiffjenn Feb 17, 2011
This deal was posted on twitter 40 min ago and is already expired?
nofear04 Feb 17, 2011
Just got bait and switched...showed up at 59.99 in my cart and then was charged 89.99...sucks.
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swimmer156 Feb 17, 2011
Why can't I get this price???
wangruigang1985 Feb 17, 2011
This is too hot and expires fast...
jesusfish Feb 17, 2011
how do I get this price? it's showing as 89.99 for me
wangruigang1985 Feb 17, 2011
deal expired...
TOTOOO Feb 17, 2011
Awesome find! Pretty sure you can't find a 2TB external lower than this price for another year or two?
ragingwookiee Feb 17, 2011
I paid $65 for a WD 1TB drive and thought that was a good deal. Can't imagine this will stay in stock long.
ecobold Feb 02, 2011
just what i needed!