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Buffalo LinkStation 410 2 TB High Performance NAS Personal Cloud Storage and Media Server (LS410D0201)

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2 TB
  • Shared Storage with Free Personal Cloud Service
  • Stream Your Favorite Media
  • Easy Scheduled Backup
  • Exceptional Performance
  • LinkStation NAS System
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Hardware Interface ethernet usb3.0 ethernet usb3.0
Hard Disk Size 2 TB 2 TB 2 TB 2 TB
Dimensions 7.9 inches x 11.63 inches x 3.4 inches 6.3 inches x 7.5 inches x 3.1 inches 8.7 inches x 10.5 inches x 5.1 inches 8.67 inches x 9.45 inches x 3.31 inches
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Technical Details

Capacity: 2 TB
  • Number of Processors: 2
  • Hard Drive: 2 TB
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Product Details

Capacity: 2 TB
  • Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 3.4 x 7.9 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CO0DIHQ
  • Item model number: LS410D0201
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 11, 2013

Product Description

Capacity: 2 TB

Product Description

Buffalo’s LinkStation 410 network storage provides ultra fast shared storage and backup for all PC and Mac computers on your home network. Simply connect it to your wireless router for access anywhere in your home. Equipped with a high performance processor, LinkStation 410 boasts transfer speeds up to 80 MB/s, twice as fast as a standard NAS or USB drive. Additionally, it’s DLNA Certified and it can be used as an iTunes server for simplified media storage and streaming. While on the go, the easy to use WebAccess service allows you to create a free personal cloud for easy remote access anytime, anywhere over the Internet, and even on your iPhone, iPad and Android devices. With LinkStation 410, you can back up multiple computers simultaneously and enjoy uninterrupted access to terabytes of storage anytime, anywhere.

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Simplified Media Streaming & Remote Access
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Ultra-Fast Personal Cloud Storage for Home

Buffalo’s LinkStation 410 network storage provides ultra fast shared storage and backup for all PC and Mac computers on your home network. Simply connect it to your wireless router for access anywhere in your home. Equipped with a high performance processor, LinkStation 410 boasts transfer speeds up to 100 MB/s, three times faster than a standard NAS device. Additionally, it’s DLNA Certified and it can be used as an iTunes server for simplified media storage and streaming. While on the go, the easy to use WebAccess service allows you to create a free personal cloud for easy remote access anytime, anywhere over the Internet, and even on your iPhone, iPad and Android devices. With LinkStation 410, you can back up multiple computers simultaneously and enjoy uninterrupted access to terabytes of storage anytime, anywhere.

  • 1-Drive
  • Ultra High Performance - 3X Faster than a Standard NAS Device
  • DLNA Certified, iTunes and PS3 Media Server Functionality
  • Intuitive User Interface and Easy-to-Use Setup Wizard
  • USB Port for Backup or Printer Sharing
  • LinkStation NAS System
Store hundreds of thousands of files.
Store and back up thousands of photo, video & music files in one secure, central location.

Secure Central Storage

With terabytes of storage, LinkStation 410 provides a reliable, central location to store all data from every PC and Mac computer, tablet device and smartphone in your home or small office.

Store, access and share files from anywhere over your wireless network at speeds up to twice as fast as a standard USB hard drive!

Exceptional Performance

Equipped with a high performance processor, LinkStation 410 offers much more than simple home shared storage. This single drive network storage device boasts transfer speeds up to 100 MB/s, nearly three times as fast as a standard NAS device.

Stream Your Favorite Media

LinkStation 410 is DLNA Certified and it can be used as an iTunes server to stream all of your favorite music, movies and shows to multiple devices simultaneously.

Now you can relax and watch movies on your big screen TV while music is pumped outdoors by the pool. Centralize your media files for simple sharing and streaming.

USB port for added functionality
LinkStation 410 features a USB 2.0 port for added functionality. Attach a printer to the network or add a hard drive to back up your LinkStation 410 NAS.

Easy Scheduled Backup

LinkStation 410 features NovaBACKUP Professional for Windows and Time Machine support for Mac for whole home data backup.

Disaster and hard drive failures happen unexpectedly; don't leave your important files and treasured memories in the hands of chance. Schedule backups for every computer in your house and easily protect all of your data, down to the very last byte.

Free Personal Cloud Service

While on the go, Buffalo's free WebAccess service allows you to create a personal cloud for easy remote access and file sharing with anyone, anywhere over the Internet. Your data remains securely stored in one place on your home network, but you can access it quickly from any computer, tablet or smartphone device over the Web. Sharing is as easy as sending a link to your friends and family; they can securely access only the files you've selected for them to see.

For enhanced access on your Apple and Android devices, download Buffalo's free WebAccess mobile apps from iTunes and Google Play.

LinkStation NAS System

LinkStation 410 runs on Buffalo's LinkStation NAS System, providing a host of useful features from network file sharing and security to RAID management, remote access and more. Included on all Buffalo LinkStation devices, LinkStation NAS System simplifies your everyday data needs.

Storage capacity results will vary based on individual factors. * Figures represent the average number of photos taken with a 10 megapixel camera with an average file size of 2.2 MB per photo. † Figures represent the number of movies based on an average file size of 1 GB per movie. ‡ Figures represent the number of MP3 files at an average length of 00:03:25/160 Kbps with an average file size of 4 MB per song. 1 MB = 1,000,000 bytes, 1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes, 1 TB = 1,000,000,000,000 bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment.

Customer Reviews

The good: The hardware itself is working very nicely once you get it set up.
BinaryMonKey
It tells me a new firmware is available.... OK - so I allow it to do the update.... The unit does its thing, and NAS Navigator still reports out the older firmware!
Michael K.
I guess buffalo don't think my time is worth anything and I like to mess about with their unreliable product trying to figure out why it keeps breaking: Wrong.
James Lee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Size Name: 2 TB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
There are a lot of products that look great on paper, and then you get them and after a couple of hours of maddening toil, you end up wishing you'd made a different choice. That's my experience with the Buffalo LinkStation 410 2tb NAS in a nutshell. The product spec sheet suggested this was exactly the device I was looking for to store my photos, music, and video files and stream them to various devices in my home, as well as to my phone or tablet when I was at work or traveling. The concept is simple enough--a fairly zippy 2Tb hard-disk-based server in a NAS housing that connects to your router via an ethernet cable, software that allowed you to manage the device, and apps that allow you to access your content from portable devices. What's not to love?

Well, the hardware side of the equation is mostly terrific. The Buffalo LinkStation 410 is well built, extremely quiet, unobtrusive, and even has a USB port on the back so you can plug in a printer or another hard drive. Unfortunately--and this omission is hard to understand--the USB port is the older USB 2.0 connector, not the current USB 3.0 connector. That 25-cent cost savings means the bandwidth through that port is effectively throttled by 90%. If you're looking to chain together several devices, don't overlook that issue when you make your buying decision.

The Achilles heel of this product, though, is actually the clunky software and app. The GUI is dated and unintuitive, and is clearly designed by engineers, not UX experts. While it is usable, it is not much fun to use, and you end up gritting your teeth as you try to parse what the software may or may not allow you to do or prohibit you from doing.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By D. Fox on August 26, 2013
Size Name: 2 TB
It works but could be a lot better. I wanted a drive that I could set up with two sides. One side for home use and the other for access from the internet and this drive will do that. I made two folders Web and Home.

The Home Side

DLNA works very good.. all my TV's, radio, and PC's have no problem and movies or music plays very good to everything.

File Sharing.. works very good and easy to map a network drive to both Web and Home Side. File copy speed is good but I only used wireless. Ethernet connected would be faster but not practical in most homes. I was getting about 15 -20 Mb per second over wireless AC.

The Web Side

It was fairly easy to set up but the instructions are not very clear. I wanted a URL that I could give to users with an ID and Password but there is nowhere in the instructions as to how to get that URL. When you connect via the internet, the browser will display [...] and that would be the same at every home that has the LinkStation. I finally figured the link is (with secure access disabled in setup)

[...] Name You Give Your Web During Setup/

A good way to make a bookmark/favorite in Windows 7. Right click the desktop, click New Shortcut, when the window pops up, copy and paste the link like above into the box, click next and next window pops up, type a name for your Web shortcut. It will save to your desktop and you can copy it to your Favorites folder in Users/Your Name/Favorites/

Do not set it up for secure web access ([...] or IE will not want to allow access since you won't have a site certificate. I doubt one would work if you did buy one.

The software running on the LinkStation seems out of date since it recommends Internet Explorer Ver. 8 or Firefox Ver. 3.5...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael K. on October 26, 2013
Size Name: 2 TB Verified Purchase
I had a Linkstation Pro prior to this that went belly up. This looked like a newer, better choice, so I bought this as the replacement.

It connects just fine.... But there are changes to the use interface that are definitely more complicated than what you had with the Linkstation pro! You almost need to be a network admin to figure out what the heck to do. OK - that is a little bit of exaggeration, but really compared to the older software, they made this unnecessarily complex.

As to functionality, it will do the job, but you will spend more time with the unit up front, unless you are well verse in NAS setup.

update 1/29/14

I think I am through with this particular model. I've had two...

The first I was unable to get to format my external USB drive. It would look like it was doing a format, but came back as unformatted... Went to update firmware.... Appears to work... then, using their NAS Navigator s/w, it tells me it at the previous version! Every attempt afterwards says it has the newer firmware... Still cannot access the external USB. A service call gets escalated to level 2. After a few minutes of discussion - they decide to RMA me a replacement so I can get the data off the old one.

Now, I have the "new" unit. It tells me a new firmware is available.... OK - so I allow it to do the update.... The unit does its thing, and NAS Navigator still reports out the older firmware! Yet on the web configuration page, it says it is current.... Now on to the USB.... This unit will not access the 2TB drive I have - just like the last one! Can't format it either. And the drive is a new Seagate. Another call to support.... Tried manually doing the firmware update through their update app.... fails....
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