LaCie Fuel

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We’re not saying we don’t love our iPads and iPhones, we’re just saying that in today’s high media consumption society, there’s just not even storage. The LaCie Fuel is an ultra portable media storage device that offers 1 terabyte of storage.

This is so much more than a wireless hard drive though. The LaCie Fuel acts as its own Wi-Fi network, giving you the ability to connect up to 5 devices. You can store and share over 500 movies, 100,000+ songs, or hundreds of thousands of photos. You can stream right to Apple TV and Airplay devices, and even have the ability to stream HD movies on up to 3 devices simultaneously. When you manage your files on Fuel, simply use the built-in Dropbox integration to keep things organized. Or if you prefer the old school way of doing things, use the USB 3.0 port to connect to your computer. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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