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LaCie LaCinema Classic HD
5 August 2010
Excerpt: Stark, minimalist, black, shiny. Anyone familiar with Neil Poulton’s hard drive designs for LaCie will immediately feel right at home with the the LaCinema Classic HD. It even features the same beautiful blue light strip at the bottom of its virtually clutter-free front panel.
Pros: Beautiful to look at; easy to use; good connection range options; natural looking video with any kind of footage
Cons: Remote takes a while to master; no access to internet media sites
Summary: Been looking for a media streamer with Apple-style usability but more open-format support? If so, the LaCie LaCinema Classic HD might just be it. Anyone who's familiar with LaCie's ever-popular USB hard drives will immediately recognise the chic, minimalist styling of the LaCinema. Only a USB connection and blue down-light appear on the front – and we think the glossy black finish, combined with the sleek shape, makes for one stylish box.