Buffalo wants to lay claim to owning the first external solid state USB drive in the world - the MicroStation. This tiny storage device will come in 32GB, 64GB and 100GB capacities, connecting to your computer through USB 2.0 that is wrapped around its body neatly when not in use. It has a maximum data transfer speed of 35MB/s, measuring a bag friendly 89mm x 57mm x 14mm. Guess you won't have any worries of your data inside getting corrupted whenever you drop the MicroStation, eh? The pricing might cause people to stay away still though, since the 32GB model will go for £115, while the 64GB and 100GB models will retail for £230 and £344, respectively.
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