Published on June 17th,2009 at 2:38 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

LinkStation Mini NAS from Buffalo Now Apple Friendly

The LinkStation Mini NAS from Buffalo until today where built mainly for use with PCs without really being capable of fully supporting OSX features… Today’s new 250GB LS-S250L and 500GB LS-S500L LinkStation NAS fully support OSX nifty Time Machine features and Apple iPhone and iPod Touch (you can access most of your photos, video/ and audio data from your iPod Touch or iPhone).

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