Lacie's Little Big Disk Combines SSD Storage with Thunderbolt 2 Connectivity

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Engelsstaub

The Lacie Little Big Disk looks "Maximum" PC to me. Pretty bleeding-edge IMO.

I also know plenty of people who, while being PC loyalists, have iDevices. ...so that extra storage from the wireless HDD is pretty interesting.

While I don't presume to speak for everyone, as another commenter does, I personally enjoyed your article.

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Paul_Lilly

You're exactly right -- bleeding edge hardware falls under the MPC umbrella, Windows or otherwise (in this case, it's worth pointing out that the Asus Z87-Deluxe Quad is the first mobo with Intel Thunderbolt 2 certification, and it actually has two Thunderbolt 2 ports).

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jesse_n_sf

um, Paul, You've been doing allot of Mac articles..... hmm, Maximum PC, not Maximum MAC. Show us stuff that we want to know and Buy or please go to a magazine that caters to the Mac community.

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nick779

how is this a mac article, the very end of the article announced a new technology lacie is releasing just to add to it. intel designed thunderbolt for gods sake and more and more intel motherboards are coming with thunderbolt 2. gbps+ speeds are always something to look forward to from a peripheral device.

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jesse_n_sf

Talking about the 2nd device "Fuel". A portable and wireless hard drive for iPad, iPhone, and Mac. It doesn't do Windows users any good, but if you own an iOS device, the Fuel adds 1TB of external storage that you can access wirelessly from your mobile gadget. It's the wireless technology.... And yes for limited windows users you only get hardwired through Thunderbolt. So it really isn't very useful to windows users. It's an Apple product.