LaCie Wireless Space – NAS and WLAN router

LaCie has introduced its latest external hard-drive, which is a mix of network-attached storage solution, Gigabit Ethernet and WiFi b/g/n router, in same time can can operate as a file or media server for multiple Mac and PC users.

This multifunctional device is designed from Neil Poulton, featuring sleek, polished black design. It allows you to access files wirelessly throughout your home network  and can serve as a central storage solution for all your backups, also act as a b/g/n access point and even serve as a full-featured router. It has three ethernet ports and a duo of USB jacks, so you can connect additional external hard drives, USB sticks, printers and more.  LaCie Wireless Space is also compatible with UPnP/DLNA and iTunes, so you can stream music, movies and photos from it and play them on any device, making it also a ideal media server.

LaCie Wireless Space

“There are a variety of network devices you need to buy to have a full solution to connect your computers, share media and back up your files,” remarked Julien Ott, Product Manager for Network Attached Storage, LaCie. “LaCie is thrilled to bring Wi-Fi connectivity to the Wireless Space and deliver a truly all-in-one solution for the varying different network needs of any home.”

The LaCie Wireless Space is available in Europe in 1TB and 2TB capacities with prices starting at $229.99.

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