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Lacie Ethernet Disk Reliability


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We're a new MAC based design company looking at a 250GB Lacie Ethernet Disk - Universal network storage; as a cost effective alternative to a 'full server' option to use with 5 workstations..
BUT have recieved a bad report on reliability; does anyone have any experience / feedback? would be grateful..
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