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LaCie To Roll Out New NAS Drives at CES 2013

LaCie To Roll Out New NAS Drives at CES 2013

With CES 2013 pretty much now upon us, it looks like the Hard-Drive company LaCie are rolling out a new range of thunderbolt drives with space for up to 20TB worth of storage, and the price for these little beauties is defiantly not cheap.

Largest RAID Thunderbolt Drive

First up is the LaCie 5big Thunderbolt RAID Series Hard-Drive which features 785MB/s speeds and up to 20TB of storage space.  It features dual thunderbolt ports for daisy chaining and near silent dual cooling.  The price for this is pretty eye watering, coming in at $1,199.00.

High Performance 5big NAS Pro for Small Businesses

Powered by Intel’s dual-core 2.13GHz processor, LaCie’s NAS OS 3, is an on the go solution for small business storage needs.  It features hybrid cloud technology and lets its uses collaborate effortlessly by using a single interface for both network and cloud storage as well as remote access.  The admin can control folder access on the cloud and on the NAS.  It also features the best security thanks to industry-best cloud encryption and novice friendly RAID.  This product starts at $549.00

Starck Craft Limited Edition Hard-Drive

The LaCie Blade Runner combines a sharp, cage-like enclosure surrounded by an almost anthropomorphic, liquid metal interior.  It can hold up to 4TB of files and features a USB 3.0 Interface, delivering more than enough performance to handle large data performance tasks.  There are only going to be 9,999 produced this is definatly worth looking at if you are a design concience consumer looking to up your storage space this year.  The RRP on the limited edition drive is $299.00.

We will update with more information on LaCie’s products as soon as they become available on the event floor.

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