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7Gadgets: BUFFALO MiniStation Air 1 TB Wireless Mobile Storage
2014-06-19 4:35am -07:00T Visit 7Gadgets


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Store and transport thousands of photos, hundreds of movies and hours of music for instant access from your mobile devices
Take your entire media library with you on the go and stream movies and music to your mobile devices without a Wi-Fi connection or using your data plan
Stream content to your DLNA connected devices, such as smart TVs, media players and gaming consoles
Wirelessly stream your movies, music and photos to your tablets, smartphones, PCs and Mac computers
Connect up to 8 devices at the same time
Charge your iPhone 5S, Galaxy S5 or other smartphone while on the go
Connect to the Internet and create a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 8 joined devices
Enjoy your content for up to 12 hours on a single charge

BUFFALO MiniStation Air 1 TB Wireless Mobile Storage

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