The company's recently announced NAS (simply titled Network Server) would make a perfect companion for the LaCinema. With room for five storage drives, the Network Server sports gigabit Ethernet and runs Windows Home Server.
LaCie has also introduced a new rugged USB 3.0 external hard drive, and two new flash drives. Few details about the rugged HDD are available, but it can reportedly reach transfer rates up to 110MB/s. USB 2.0 models have been available in 250GB, 320GB or 500GB, so the USB 3.0 device may land in similar capacities.
The flash drives, CooKey and WhizKey, feature a water and scratch-resistant construction with metal housings that resemble an actual key. Using the USB 2.0 spec, the drives can attain transfer speeds of up to 30MB/s, and are available sizes from 4GB ($20) to 32GB ($100).
As with many of LaCie's products, the USB 3.0 external drive and flash drives come with Wuala online storage. The former receives 10GB for a year, and the latter 4GB for two years.
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