Buffalo CloudStation CS-X1 network storage device

Buffalo's CloudStation is a network attached storage device with a simple Web interface for remote access

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  • Expert Rating

    4.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    0.00 / 5 (of 4 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 249.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Ted

0.0

1

Pros
nothing
Cons
none of the features are working, it's a brick for me, a $150 brick.
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the bad reviews are real. nothing is actually working, you can't find the drive on your computer, everything seems to be web based and you have to 'upload' manually each files that you want to store on this drive, you might as well buy dropbox.

goodgearguide giving it 4.5 stars really show that they are being paid to give a biased review.

Colin

0.5

2

Pros
Seems to work
Cons
NO LINUX support or basic FTP/NFS support
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Cloudstation seems to be one of those "dumb" products, only suitable for the type of geek that waits in line at a Mac store opening.

No NFS support, no FTP support, essentially no protocol that you can use to connect to an older server. Very much a fit for purpose device, it is not fit for my purpose.

san

0.0

3

Pros
nothing
Cons
nothing
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mine has never worked as well tried to get attention from buffalo but no response.
No more buffalo shit

LES MARTIN

0.0

4

Pros
Fire
Cons
Buffalo
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Buffalo ??? I have been trying to get help from them for months , they talk to me one minute and i dont hear from them again!! I have to shame them on F/Book to get any response , really , if you value after sales service DO NOT BUY BUFFALO!!! Ohh , my two machines , Linkstation and Terrastation Pro have never worked.......

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