15 July, 2014: The Buffalo DriveStation DDR is a relatively compact box that houses a single 3.5-inch standard hard drive on the inside. Its internal hard drive is not user-replaceable, which is quite normal for this type of storage device. It requires a separate power adapter to work.The Buffalo DriveStation DDR is the first that comes with 1GB of DDR3 memory — similar to the system memory used in a computer — to be used as cache for its read and write operations. This amount of memory is designed to be the buffer to ensure the drive offers optimum data transfer speeds, especially when the data includes many files that are smaller than 1TB. The only drawback to this design is that when the drive is unplugged from its power source during a data transfer, you’ll lose more information that’s being written to the drive, than when using a conventional drive. This is not a big problem, however, since it doesn’t affect the original copy of the data. The USB 3.0-based single-volume Buffalo DriveStation DDR external hard drive offers unprecedentedly superfast speeds — even faster than high-end Thunderbolt storage devices — at the same cost as most regular USB 3.0 storage devices.

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