LaCie Enters Wireless Space Impressively


September was a busy month for LaCie. In addition to announcing the impish MosKeyto ($17.99 and up), a roughly 20mm USB thumb drive offering up to 16GB storage, the company detailed the new, intriguing, and handsome Wireless Space (starts at $229.99), LaCie’s first Wi-Fi-packing NAS for Mac and PC users.
Wireless Space can function as a media server, Wi- Fi b/g/n access point, and full-fledged router. It’s compatible with UPnP/DLNA, iTunes, and Time Machine (Genie Timeline software included).
Models in 1TB and 2TB sizes with three USB ports are set for an October statesiderelease. LaCie also announced its first RAID (0, 1, JBOD) storage device in the form of the 2big USB 3.0, which touts up to 205MBps performance. Starting at $349.99, the 2big is available in up to 4TB models. A non-RAID, single-disk, 130MBps d2 USB 3.0 version is also available in 1TB ($149.99) and 2TB ($249.99) sizes.


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