Buffalo flashes the world with its enormous stick
Subject: Storage | July 18, 2006 - 12:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Buffalo RUF2-S4G-BS 4GB USB drive is impressive. Not only in terms of capacity, but also the fact that it isn't really that much larger than other USB drives. Plus it beat the OCZ Rally for read and write speeds, with 30.0 MB/s read and 26.9 MB/s write. Read more at Overclockers Online.
"The numbers speak for themselves; Buffalo has put together an extremely solid product. For the
majority of those who would actually benefit from an insanely large drive, performance is a necessity.
The Buffalo RUF2-S4G-BS 4GB USB drive delivers just that - no frills, no bells, and no whistles."
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