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LaCie Network Space, Design by Neil Poulton 1TB Gigabit Ethernet NAS Hard Drive £126.49 @ Overclockers
LaCie Network Space, Design by Neil Poulton 1TB Gigabit Ethernet NAS Hard Drive £126.49 @ Overclockers

LaCie Network Space, Design by Neil Poulton 1TB Gigabit Ethernet NAS Hard Drive £126.49 @ Overclockers

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Saw this and thought it was a pretty good deal for a 1TB Gigabit NAS. It's a "This week only" offer so will go back up again afterwards. Comparable to Buffalo 1TB LinkStation Pro at ebuyer for £163.40. There are cheaper 1TB NAS but not with Gigabit Ethernet and such a nice design..

- Capacity: 1TB
- Interface: Gigabit Ethernet (Up to 1Gbps)
- Power: 100-240v
- Dimensions: 117.0mm x 193.0mm x 45.0mm
- Weight: 950g
- Warranty: 2 Years

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does that price inc P&P
attractive drive but most people probably have them hidden from view.

Why are the always so much more than a standard USB.

Does it really cost any extra to configure an ethernet port???

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Sorry doesn't include p&p. Overclockers have been really quick delivery in the past but can't remeber waht price it was, probably about £6 or something

I just bought the 750GB USB / Firewire / eSATA version of this drive it's ok but nothing special - it's quiet BUT it's far from silent.

Would this work connected to a powerline homeplug adapter to stream HD video to a PS3 or Xbox 360?

loopie;3800922

Would this work connected to a powerline homeplug adapter to stream HD … Would this work connected to a powerline homeplug adapter to stream HD video to a PS3 or Xbox 360?



Very, very unlikely with regular or even high speed (85Mbps) models. You would need to use powerline plugs of the AV standard which transfer at speeds up to 200Mbps, and even then, it's often not without problems.

Much better trying to get a physical ethernet Cat5e cable discretely running from one place to another. If this is not possible, AV powerline is still a better bet than wireless.

Can anyone explain the difference between this and the USB version of this drive? :?

I've just managed to get my laptop fixed after a major problem and thought it was about time I invested in some external storage in case it should happen again.

I like the design of this HDD and was looking at the UBS version on scan.co.uk.

Just a word of warning to anyone thinking of buying this to connect to a PS3 to stream video to it over a network.

There is a known problem that stops it doing this. I have just had to return one of these after Lacie admitted the fault.

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katiesam;3801091

Can anyone explain the difference between this and the USB version of … Can anyone explain the difference between this and the USB version of this drive? :?



It has Gigabit (very fast) ethernet so you can use a network cable to plug it into your router and it can be accessed by any pc on your network.

morettat;3801285

Just a word of warning to anyone thinking of buying this to connect to a … Just a word of warning to anyone thinking of buying this to connect to a PS3 to stream video to it over a network.There is a known problem that stops it doing this. I have just had to return one of these after Lacie admitted the fault.



That's a real shame, this is exactly what I'd use the drive for, can you expand on the problem more, are they able to offer a fix via a firmware update?:?
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