Lacie gives you lego storage
Subject: Storage | September 7, 2006 - 01:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Hardware Zone presents a review of the Lacie Brick Desktop Harddrive. Available in 3 colours, white that holds 160GB or 500GB, red is 250GB and blue at 300GB. Take a look for yourself, they're dead ringers for Lego bricks.
"The Brick is truly a jaw-dropping desktop hard drive, as it can store massive amount of data and combines functionality and design all in
one beautiful package."
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