LaCie’s latest network-attached storage drive is known as the Network Space MAX, where this peripheral will hook up to your computer or LAN via its Gigabit Ethernet port, enabling a slew of other devices to share whatever data you allow on it, with the option to hook it up via USB as well (although expect data transfer rates to be slower then). Apart from that, you can also share a printer or upload files directly from a camera with this puppy. Depending on your budget as well as the size of storage space that you need, the MAX will ship in 2TB and 4TB capacities, where either model will rely on twin hard drives. You can set either to a RAID 0 configuration for maximum storage, or RAID 1 to mirror files if a disk fails. Not only that, the MAX will also play nice with Time Machine backup as an iTunes server, or else a UPnP- or DLNA-based media server for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles. You will be able to bring home the 2TB and 4TB models for $280 and $480, respectively.
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