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Review: LaCie Ethernet Disk mini HE

updated 04:35 pm EST, Wed December 26, 2007

Ethernet Disk mini Review

Network-attached storage has often been the reserve of businesses, and is only now catching on with home users wanting to share a common pool of files between their computers or with others online. But what about as the hub for a media center? With some help from Axentra's HipServ software, LaCie is hoping that its Ethernet Disk mini Home Edition is simple enough that it can stand as storage for iTunes or even a game console. We put the 500GB drive through its paces in our review to see whether it can stand in both for work and play.



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  1. hayesk

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    Re: 256? no thanks

    Your kidding yourself if you think the public at large is demanding lossless quality. Remember many think 128kbps MP3s downloaded off P2P networks is good enough. Also, sales at the iTMS is booming.

    Not everyone is an audiophile.

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