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LaCie Little Big Disk with Thunderbolt hands-on [Video]

LaCie Little Big Disk with Thunderbolt hands-on [Video]

Apple's 2011 MacBook Pro laptops have been on the market for several months now, and there's one port that has resolutely refused to be used in the way it's intended. Devices bearing Thunderbolt ports - Intel's high-speed connectivity standard co-developed with Apple - are yet to hit the market, but SlashGear caught up with LaCie for a pre-launch demo of the new Little Big Disk. The name might be daft but the performance is anything but: over 825 MB/s read speeds.

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LaCie CloudBox Combines External Hard Drive And The Cloud, Arriving July

LaCie CloudBox Combines External Hard Drive And The Cloud, Arriving July

LaCie is known for their sleek storage devices and today they're announcing a new hybrid solution that marries an external hard drive to the cloud. Storing files on a local hard drive provides easier access and faster transfers, but should something happen to your drive, all your data can be lost. Hence, storing files in the cloud in a secure server remotely seems like a good option, but uploading files there could take several days. So, here comes the LaCie CloudBox to save the day.

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LaCie Little Big Disks Thunderbolt Series, Fastest Mobile Storage Demoed At Computex 2011

LaCie Little Big Disks Thunderbolt Series, Fastest Mobile Storage Demoed At Computex 2011

So now that you've picked up a new MacBook Pro or a new iMac, you want to take advantage of that ultra speedy 10Gbps Thunderbolt port. Well, one of Intel's first partners to release Thunderbolt compatible peripherals is LaCie, and they've just demonstrated at Computex 2011 blazing speeds in a daisy chain configuration of its Little Big Disk Thunderbolt Series portable external hard drives.

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LaCie Announces Little Big Disk Featuring Thunderbolt

LaCie Announces Little Big Disk Featuring Thunderbolt

Intel's Light Peak technology, known commercially as Thunderbolt has been confirmed in Apple's new MacBook Pro series. However, we also mentioned that a few other Intel partners will soon be unveiling Thunderbolt products as well. First one up is La Cie's announcement today of the LaCie Little Big Disk featuring Thunderbolt technology.

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Intel Thunderbolt partners detailed: LaCie, Promise, Western Digital, more

Intel Thunderbolt partners detailed: LaCie, Promise, Western Digital, more

While Apple may be the first to debut Thunderbolt, the technology is all Intel's, and the company is not being quiet about which partners have jumped on board with the 10Gbps connection. Aja, Apogee, Avid, Blackmagic, LaCie, Promise and Western Digital are all among the roster of firms committed to pushing out Thunderbolt-equipped devices, which will include displays, storage devices, audio/video devices, cameras, docking stations and more.

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LaCie Galet by Christofle is just in time for a geeky Valentine’s

LaCie Galet by Christofle is just in time for a geeky Valentine’s

We're not entirely sure why you'd want a hand-crafted, silver-plated 4GB memory key in the shape of a pebble, but perhaps Valentine's 2011 is geek-themed and nobody bothered faxing to let us know. LaCie's latest design partnership is with Christofle, the end result being the Galet USB Key.

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Harddrive with a Trackpad Concept

Harddrive with a Trackpad Concept

So we've got a concept here, and it's branded LaCie, but that's almost certainly just added in post-production by the designer André Silva. This is what he calls LaCie Float, a harddrive whose bulk not only appears to float above the ground because of its slightly smaller glass base, but has a strange feature on top of that, too. The entire top panel of this HDD (there's an SSD version too) is a trackpad. You know what that means?

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LaCie Starck Mobile USB 3.0 hard-drive is 500GB of curvy storage

LaCie Starck Mobile USB 3.0 hard-drive is 500GB of curvy storage

LaCie has outed its latest external hard-drive, and rather than use regular designer Neil Poulton, they've handed the crayons over to Philippe Starck. The LaCie Starck Mobile USB 3.0 is, as the name suggests, a USB 3.0 drive, with 500GB capacity and a 2mm-thick aluminum shell.

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LaCie d2 USB 3.0 and 2big USB 3.0 get 3TB and 6TB updates

LaCie d2 USB 3.0 and 2big USB 3.0 get 3TB and 6TB updates

LaCie has never shied away from fat external hard-drives, and now they're pumped up the volume with the new LaCie d2 USB 3.0 and LaCie 2big USB 3.0.  On offer is a claimed 20-percent speed increase in the dual-drive 2big USB 3.0, together with a new 6TB model pairing two 3TB HDDs in a RAID setup.

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LaCie Wireless Space: the Sith’s Time Capsule

LaCie Wireless Space: the Sith’s Time Capsule

LaCie has outed its latest external hard-drive, the Wireless Space, and while the Neil Poulton designed 1TB and 2TB drives may look a lot like the company's other blocky models, inside there's a whole lot of wireless goodness simmering away.  The LaCie Wireless Space is a combination NAS, gigabit ethernet and WiFi b/g/n router, media server and network extender, basically the company's own version of the Apple Time Capsule.

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LaCie unveils world’s smallest mobile and desktop USB 3.0 HDDs

LaCie unveils world’s smallest mobile and desktop USB 3.0 HDDs

LaCie has been making HDDs for a long time and the company has been going small recently with a tiny flash drive called the MosKeyto and the unveiling of two very small USB 3.0 HDDs today. The new USB 3.0 HDDs are the LaCie Rikki and the Minimus. Both of the HDDs promise fast 5Gb/s speeds in small form factors.

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LaCie debuts tiny MosKeyto flash drive

LaCie debuts tiny MosKeyto flash drive

For a long time the wireless dongles that we needed for things like wireless keyboards and desktops were long and fat adapters that often blocked the surrounding USB ports. Thankfully manufacturers have started making those dongles so small you can plug them in and just leave them there. Flash drives today are mostly like those old wireless dongles.

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