LaCie today revealed a brand-new variation of its Energy exterior disk drive, which now supplies a total of 2TB of storage space. Very first presented in January throughout CES, the Energy is a cordless hard disk drive developed to work with the iPad, the iPhone, and Mac computer systems.

It is able to wirelessly stream to any sort of Apple gadget, working as a portable storage space device for considerable media libraries.

Like the initial Energy, the new broadened Fuel does not require an Internet connection, working instead as a Wi-Fi hotspot able to link to five devices simultaneously. Media on the drive could be accessed using the Seagate Media app, and Dropbox assimilation is additionally sustained.

With double the capability than before, LaCie Energy supplies a lot more storage in comparison to any sort of 2.5″ wireless hard disk on the market. It is the perfect cable– free, portable option for film enthusiasts, photographers and others to get 2TBs of on– the– go accessibility and storage for iPad ® or iPhone ® and Mac ®. Back in February, MacRumors went hands-on with the initial Energy, giving a full rundown on capability of the disk drive and the Seagate Media app.

The 2TB LaCie Gas can be preordered via the LaCie site for $$ 249.99 and will certainly begin shipping in April of 2014. The initial 1TB LaCie Gas can also be bought from the site for $$ 199.99.

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