LaCie reveals new Wireless Space network-attached storage device

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On Thursday, LaCie announced the Wireless Space, a network-attached storage (NAS) device. Compatible with both Macs and PCs, the Wireless Space uses Wi-Fi to connect to a network, and can also serve as a wireless access point.

When connected, the Wireless Space can act as a file server so you can share files with other users. You can also use the Wireless Space as a backup location with Time Machine or other backup programs.

The Wireless Space can also be used to store videos, pictures, and music. The device is compatible with iTunes, and with support for DLNA, you can use a DLNA-compatible device like a PlayStation 3 to stream videos to your TV.

With its wireless access point features, the Wireless Space can be used as a networ router. It has also support for 802.11b, g, and n wireless networking.

The Wireless Space will be available in October in 1TB and 2TB capacities. Pricing starts at $230. The Wireless Space product page was not available on LaCie’s Website at the time this article posted.

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  • LaCie Wireless Space 2TB

  • LaCie Wireless Space 1TB

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