Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Buffalo CloudStor Pro (2TB) Review
We’ve been fans of Cloud Engines’ PogoPlug DIY approach to network-attached storage (NAS) ever since the first PogoPlug device was available in 2009. The PogoPlug concept is simple enough: Plug virtually any storage device—such as an external hard drive or flash drive—into a PogoPlug module, connect the PogoPlug to your network, and voilà, you have an instantly network-accessible device. Since the PogoPlug’s initial release, the technology has gotten very easy to set up and use, and it has made sharing files with just about anyone a breeze. For those who don’t have a hard drive to spare, but who still want to reap all of the benefits of PogoPlug, Buffalo Technology has the answer with its CloudStor NAS device. It's the first PogoPlug-based device to come with its own built-in storage...