LaCie launches 1TB Little Big Disk Quadra

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lacie_terra.jpgIt has a small form, but the LaCie Little Big Disk Quadra packs 1TB of storage.

The Neil Poulton-designed Little Big Disk Quadra includes two 2.5-inch hard disks with 110MB/s burst transfer rates when using eSATA or up to 80MB/s if using FireWire 800. It’s also fully plug and play with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (including Time Machine) and Windows Vista.

It’s available now, with prices starting at £399.99


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  • It’s quite good for it’s size but the lack of eSATA, and USB bus power is a turn off..

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