LaCie LaCinema Classic Unveiled At CES 2009

Posted: Jan 7 2009, 3:26pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:28pm CDT, in News | CES


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LaCie today announced the LaCinema Classic Hard Disk at the CES 2009. The LaCinema is suited for all fans of digital movies, music, and photography. Designed by award-winning industrial designer Neil Poulton, this attractive multimedia storage device can pack more than 1,000 movies, or 250,000 songs, or 1 million photographs with up to 1TB of capacity.
Weighing a mere 33 ounces, LaCinema Classic is extremely compact. You simply load content from your PC or Mac on the Classic drive and connect it to your TV for instant playback. No configuration required. Users will also enjoy HDMI 1080p upscaling of movies and photos. Designed for multimedia, the LaCinema Classic works with numerous video, music, and photo formats, including MPEG4, MP3 and JPEG as well as HD-JPEG for superior viewing of images over HDMI output. An SPDIF coaxial cable is included to maximize the audio experience.

LaCinema Classic is DivX-certified so customers can watch DivX transcoded videos with high quality and resolution. LaCinema Classic comes in 500 GB (gigabyte) and 1 TB models, offering the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface for PC or Mac, as well as HDMI and composite outputs for video, and stereo and coaxial S/PDIF outputs for audio.
LaCinema Classic is available now and retails for $169.99. LaCie products are available through the LaCie Online Store or LaCie Resellers.
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