LaCie Network Space MAX media server

The latest propose from LaCie for home storage solution is called LaCie Network Space MAX, design by Neil Poulton, it is available in two capacity options – 2TB for $279.99 and 4TB $479.99 respectively.

The Network Space MAX comes in glossy black case,  includes two large-capacity hard drives that can be configured for maximum security (RAID 1) or maximum capacity (RAID 0), LaCie Network Assistant software and user-friendly dashboard for easily manage files, backups, private accounts,  stream files to any connected computer or any UPnPTM/DLNA compliant device (such as a PlayStation3 or Xbox) and download torrents.

LaCie Network Space MAX

“Even for networking beginners, LaCie Network hard drives offer a simple way to share one’s media between multiple computers in the home,” said Patrick Salin, LaCie Digital Home Business Unit Manager. “The RAID 1 capability of LaCie’s Network Space MAX means users can be assured their valuable data is always safe and accessible.”

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