10 More Gadgets to Help Improve Productivity - Slide 10

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LaCie 2big USB 3.0

The LaCie 2big USB 3.0 RAID storage features the new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface, and supports multiple uncompressed HD streams. With three RAID modes for flexibility, you can choose "Fast" (RAID 0) to get speeds of up to 205MB/s, "Safe" (RAID 1) for full data protection, or JBOD for non-stop data access. Storage units are available from 2 TB to 6 TB.

Most everyone will agree that gadgets that help improve day-to-day productivity are essential in the fast-paced business world.  Last spring, Paul Mah highlighted some must-have peripherals that he considered to be excellent tools for helping workers be more productive.  We’ve revisited that list and identified 10 more must-have gadgets you may want to consider adding to your collection.

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