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LaCie IamaKey

LaCie's IamaKey USB flash drive is slim, sturdy, and, most importantly, will stay on your key ring.

April 30, 2009

4 stars Editors' rating April 30, 2009

LaCie's key-shaped USB drives: Tough, stylish

LaCie offers three key-shaped USB drives that are compact, rugged, and offer up to 8GB of storage.

By March 16, 2009


Google Drive and the end of sneakernet

How Google Drive and other cloud lockers have changed the way I carry and share files.

By May 22, 2012


Tech gifts under £25

If you're skint from hoovering up lovely tech in 2012, here's 10 thrifty gadget gifts for your Crimbo shopping list.

By November 29, 2012


New PC survival kit: Essential free apps for day 1

As someone who moves into a new laptop a couple of times per week on average, I'd like to think I know a thing or two about getting a PC optimally set up.

By December 18, 2009


Essential free apps for back-to-school laptops

This collection of must-have free apps should be among the first things installed on any new back-to-school laptop.

By August 27, 2010


Audi continues to tease its electric ambitions

Audi keeps teasing us with cryptic clues about its electric intentions for Frankfurt with an odd, but clever promotional item.

By September 11, 2009


Key-shaped USB drive solves my portable data dilemma

When my colleague Dong Ngo introduced us to the LaCie key-shaped USB drive back in March, the timing could not have been better, as I had just ended yet another frustrating relationship with a keychain-based USB key.

By April 29, 2009


LaCie Rikiki hard drive

LaCie's Rikiki mobile USB hard drive is an elegant storage solution that comes in three sizes up to 640GB. Its simple design exudes timeless style in a very affordable package. As long as you're not a stickler for fast transfer speeds, the LaCie Rikiki will make a worthwhile addition to your mobile arsenal.

April 8, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating April 8, 2010

LaCie Starck Mobile

LaCie clearly spent a lot of time designing the look and feel of the Starck Mobile Hard Drive, but it trips up on the basic essentials like weight, ease of use, cost per gigabyte, and transfer speed. Hard-core design geeks will get a kick out of its funky case, but everyone else should check out the Fujitsu HandyDrive, which offers more storage space for less.

October 19, 2009

2.5 stars Editors' rating October 19, 2009