LaCie Gasoline brings 1TB of wi-fi streaming storage to your Apple units for $199
We’re fairly conversant in LaCie’s fame for stellar storage units, and right here at CES 2014, the outfit is increasing its territory. The corporate has simply outed Gasoline: a 1TB moveable repository for that media library, providing wi-fi streaming to your Apple arsenal. With no web connection required, Gasoline acts as a WiFi hotspot for on-the-go streaming to iPad, iPhone and Mac (as much as 5 units or three HD streams directly) whereas claiming 10 hours of battery life. The peripheral is accessed identical to an exterior drive and — as you may anticipate — permits file transfers sans cords with Dropbox integration in tow. For occasions when a cable is completely vital, there is a USB three.zero port for dealing with these duties. Streaming saved media on these cellular units is sorted by way of the Seagate Media app and the unit performs good with AirPlay-suitable units and Apple TV. In a spot with connectivity? Gasoline will will let you share it with that handful of devices as nicely. If all of that sounds too good to move up, you’ll be able to snag one once they hit cabinets “quickly” for 200 bucks.
Michael Gorman contributed to this report.
- Key specs
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- Sort Moveable arduous drive
- Space for storing 1 TB
- Drive sort Platter
- USB three.zero
- Dimensions zero.ninety one x four.fifty three x four.fifty three in
- Weight 9.7 oz
- Introduced 2014-01-05