Summary: No current drivers to enable iTunes functions and enjoy full functionality. Other than that My PC and Mac can see the drive and it did boost my wireless signal in back of house a little. Wireless assistant app also keeps crashing. Nice device but I cannot believe they were not Lion ready. No downloads, nothing.
Summary: I want to give the LaCie Wireless Space a higher rating but I just can't. It functions great as a HDD and I like the compatibility with Time Machine. I wish it had a better signal strength because it dies pretty fast. In close proximity to the unit it works great so be wary of where you place it. My main beef with the unit really just comes down to the user interface when setting up the unit.
Summary: I received this earlier in the week, and finally got around to getting it setup with my network. I merely wanted to use it as a network drive versus utilizing the wi-fi/router/switch features it offers. My setup entails a Qwest fiber connection. It's modem connects to my Ooma Hub, which then connects to an Apple Airport.
A sleek device but the transfer speed and it being not user-friendly may be frustrating for some...
6 February 2011
Summary: Today's test is utilizing the "LaCie Wireless Space 1 TB Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet Network Attached Storage 301932", a sleek looking device designed by Neil Poulton that can be utilized via Wi-Fi and Ethernet and can serve as a: * Extension of your Wi-Fi Router * Central wireless harddrive backup for your devices on your network * 1TB Media server * Time Machine compatible for Mac devices and also comes with a Genie Timeline Software for scheduled backups on the PC.
Worked as advertised but not a particularly user friendly setup
6 February 2011
Summary: I am using this device as a backup device and a wi-fi extender. I am using this with a Mac Mini and Time Machine backup. The total set up time was about an hour and a half. Like other reviewers, I had a lot of trouble getting the network assistant to find the device. Somewhere between quitting all apps and restarting the LaCie, I was able to find the device.
LaCie Wireless Space 2TB Wlan b/g/n/ 4x Gigabit / USB2.0
25 September 2012
Summary: Eigentlich ein gutes Gerät, allerdings ist die Antennenleistung mangels externer Antenne eher gering, so dass eine Erweiterung eines vorhandenen WI-FI-Netzwerkes nur bedingt möglich. Außerdem lassen sich, anders als ich das von anderen LaCie-NAS-Systemen kenne, keine Benutzer definieren – weder über das Web Interface habe ich eine Möglichkeit dafür, noch etwas in der Dokumentation darüber finden können.