LaCie unveils its latest minidigital content player that has built-in storage and support for wireless networking.
If you're looking for a media streamer that records Freeview and looks like the lovechild of Darth Vader and a brick, look no further than the LaCie LaCinema Black Record
The LaCie LaCinema Premier has AV outputs, so it can play back your digital media on any TV.
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Although a cumbersome interface hampers the LaCie LaCinema Premier's usability as a music and photo server, its ability to play back files ripped from DVDs is pretty appealing.
LaCie unveils its digital content player, the LaCinema Classic Bridge, which can handle both USB external hard drives and internal hard drives.
It promises to "upscale" video quality to high definition, but buyer beware of this feature.