LaCie’s external storage products have always been popular with photographers, and our new products are no exception.
The LaCie 2big USB 3.0 is a great way to get capacity, speed, and security; it features up to 4TB of storage and three RAID modes for flexibility. It’s recyclable, eco-friendly, and compatible with USB 2.0, making it the most complete USB 3.0 storage device on the market.
For photographers or small offices that need even more storage, the LaCie 5big Backup Server and 5big Storage Server are both ideal solutions. Delivering seamless, full-featured backup for up to 10 PCs and 25 Macs, the 5big Backup Server offers robust performance and Microsoft storage software. With up to 10TB of capacity scalable through USB and eSATA connections, the 5big Backup Server offers total storage to back up all your office’s workstations. It’s even compatible with Time Machine.
If your office is a bit larger, consider the LaCie 5big Storage Server. It’s a professional desktop file-sharing server designed to manage file-sharing activities for 25 to 100 PC, Mac, or Linux workstations, and can even manage more. For a full range of accessibility, the 5big Storage Server supports major network protocols such as SMB, AFP, NFS, and iSCSI. Additionally, HTTP and FTP accessibility means that your data can be accessed from anywhere.
But we’re more than just storage here at LaCie—we also focus on professional color solutions like the LaCie 324i LCD Monitor, which features a P–IPS panel for a uniform presentation. Its color is rated at an impressive 102% NTSC and 98% AdobeRGB. With such wide gamuts, graphic artists can be confident that the 324i gives them true colors that maintain the integrity of their work. The 324i stand has an easy 90º pivot, allowing for the flexibility to work in portrait or landscape modes. The 324i’s IPS panel also has a 178° viewing angle, which means that the display is visible from multiple axes without a change in the picture or losing any of its millions of colors.
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