LaCie Hard Disk MAX 2TB Debuts At CES 2009

Posted: Jan 6 2009, 4:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:25pm CDT, in News | CES


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LaCie announced its Hard Disk MAX high capacity storage system at the CES 2009. The LaCie MAX is for users who want advanced RAID features with consumer-level ease of use and style.
Designed exclusively for LaCie by award-winning industrial designer Neil Poulton, the Hard Disk MAX delivers 2TB of storage capacity in a stunning design.
The Hard Disk Max includes two large-capacity disk drives that can be set in either a RAID 0 or RAID 1 configuration with the simple flick of a switch on the back panel. RAID 0 stripes data across both disks for the fastest data retrieval response time, while RAID 1 mirrors data exactly on both disks for maximum data reliability.

The front USB 2.0 expansion port on the sleek, all-black polished-mirror enclosure can be used to link to another external drive for data backups. The multi-purposed blue LED stripe provides ambient light and changes to red to warn of potential problems.
The LaCie Hard Disk Max comes with the exclusive LaCie One Year Unlimited Online Backup service, which provides unlimited online backup for one full year after installation is a complete.
The LaCie Hard Disk MAX designed by Neil Poulton is available worldwide through the LaCie Online Store or LaCie Resellers at the suggested retail price starting at $269.99.
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