LaCie 3TB Porsche Design Desktop Hard Drive - USB 3.0
LaCie 3TB Porsche Design Desktop Hard Drive - USB 3.0
The LaCie Porsche Design P'9233 Desktop Hard Drive features a USB 3.0 interface for speeds up to 5Gb/s, plus a strong, sophisticated aluminium finish that looks great beside your Mac. Time Machine compatible, and with data encryption support, the P'9233 Desktop Hard Drive helps you keep your data safe and secure.
Designed for your Mac
Sophisticated Porsche Design aesthetic
USB 3.0 speed up to 5Gb/s (USB 2.0 backwards compatible)
Did you notice?
The USB 3.0 interface provides transfer speeds of up to 5Gb/s.
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Stylish, sophisticated external storage that’s specially designed to match your Mac in looks and performance.
What's in the Box?
LaCie Porsche Design P'9233 desktop drive
USB 3.0 cable (compatible with USB 2.0)
Quick Install Guide
Complete software suite: LaCie Private-Public, Backup Assistant, Eco Mode
Other Features: Data Encryption, Sleep Mode, Time Machine compatible
Connections: USB, USB 2, USB 3
Power Source: External power supply
Height: 38 mm/1.50 in.
Length: 190 mm/7.48 in.
Width: 120 mm/4.72 in.
Weight: 1000 g
Requirements Operating System: OS X 10.5 or later, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Connection: USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 port, USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 port
Mfr. Part Number: 9000302
UPC or EAN No.: 763649080979
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USB 3.0 speeds are only available on devices that support USB 3.0 interfaces
Answers from the community
Can two computers share the same external hard drive?
- Asked by Kenneth S from Darlinghursst
- on 21-Oct-2015
Yes and no. You can NOT plug one hard drive directly into 2 computers. It will only be usable by whi Yes and no. You can NOT plug one hard drive directly into 2 computers. It will only be usable by whichever computer connected to it first, the other computer will be ignored. However, if you set up the first computer as a server you can access the same drive from multiple computers. Connect the hard drive to a Mac and go to your system preferences. Under "Sharing" in the Internet and Wireless row. In the first box (Shared Folders:" click the plus at the bottom left and select the hard drive you want to share. When you have selected it, you can click on the hard drive in the System Preferences window to change your privacy settings by setting Users who can access it. If you are setting it up at home I'd set Everyone to Read & Write. On the second Mac, open a Finder window and click "Go" then "Connect to Server" then, in the window that appears, "Browse". Click on the Mac the hard drive is connected to and you should be able to access it as if the hard drive were plugged into the second Mac. It will work over Wi-Fi, but you really should have your Mac's connected by an Ethernet cable. It is MUCH faster and more reliable and the cables are very inexpensive.
- Written by Judy P from San Marcos
- on 28-Apr-2016
What is the warranty period for this Hard Drive ? (LaCie 2TB Porsche Design P'9233 USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive)
- Asked by John L from Orpington
- on 22-Jan-2015
It is 2 years, you can register the drive with lacie on their site so you will always no how long yo It is 2 years, you can register the drive with lacie on their site so you will always no how long you have left.
- Written by Pete L from Manchester
- on 06-Jan-2015
how do i know when the lacie back up is finished
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- Asked by Rise S from Wallingford
- on 24-Sep-2015
Does the LaCie 3TB USB Desktop Hard Drive work using Drag and Drop, or just via Time Machine? I have an old Macbook Pro, OSX 10.6.8.
- Asked by Phyllis M C from Oakland
- on 18-Jun-2015
yes it does. You can drag and drop files and you can also set it up for time machine. The driv yes it does. You can drag and drop files and you can also set it up for time machine. The drive can be used as a regular drive.
- Written by Hussein G from Springfield Gardens
- on 25-Jun-2015
is it compatible with Yosemite?
- Asked by fjoralda d from Kew Gardnes
- on 19-Feb-2015
Yes it is
- Written by Alistair B from Margate
- on 01-Mar-2015
Can I store all of my ITunes movies, TV series, using my iMac and store them on this product then access them when wanted as if they were on the iMac?
- Asked by Cary C from Sunny Isles Beach
- on 05-Jan-2015
Yes, you can do that. I currently am doing that with my 2008 iMac, storing all my media on an exter Yes, you can do that. I currently am doing that with my 2008 iMac, storing all my media on an external hard drive. I've got all my iTunes and Aperture data on an external drive and the iMac locates all the info and works just fine. I've then set my Time Machine to backup the external drive in addition to my internal iMac drive. My goal was the same as yours, to reduce the amount of space on my internal 1T iMac disc. It all works perfectly! You can find directions on how to set this up online - sorry I don't recall offhand exactly where I got the directions to do this. Start with google and I'm sure you'll find it! Enjoy
3 Answers(Can I store all of my ITunes movies, TV series, using my iMac and store them on this product then access them when wanted as if they were on the iMac?)
- Written by BARRY B from Raleigh
- on 29-Jul-2015