LaCie 4TB Rugged RAID Thunderbolt + USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive
Watch the Rugged video by LaCie
Music: Driving Rock Anthem
[Zak Noyle walks onto beach and looks to the horizon]
[Zak Noyle, World-Class Surf Photographer]
[1 Surf Photographer. 3 Hours of Epic Waves. 1 Chance for the Perfect Photo.]
[Montage of Zak's camera gear and diving equipment. Zak suits up and enters the water and swims through waves with his camera equipment. He returns to base camp and has a seat at a table where he places a laptop and a LaCie Rugged hard drive.]
[LaCie Rugged. Ultimate Storage for the Perfect Photo]
[Zak opens his laptop and begins to connect a Lacie Rugged hard drive.]
[Portable. Bus Powered via Thunderbolt and USB-C.]
[Zak inserts the thunderbolt cable attached to the LaCie Rugged to his laptop.]
[Bigger. Store up to 5TB of Content.]
[Computer monitor shows files being transfered from laptop to the LaCie Rugged.]
[Faster. Transfer Files in Seconds.]
[Progress bar shows files being transferred quickly.]
[Safer. Resists Sand, Water, and Drops.]
[LaCie Rugged is covered in water and sand as it's being handled. Zak brushes off the hard drive, disconnects the LaCie Rugged and places it in one shipping envelope, soon after opening another which contains a surf magazine featuring his photography.
[LaCie Rugged. Toughest in the Field. Fast and Secure Anywhere.
[Camera pans to reveal the final shot of the LaCie Rugged.
LaCie's Rugged RAID Thunderbolt/USB 3.0 mobile hard drive makes your data more portable than ever, ensuring that your projects aren't delayed by external drive/computer incompatibility. With both USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt ports, you don't have to compromise between durability, mobility, and speed. And because USB 3.0 is backwards compatible, you can connect it to any standard computer. The integrated Thunderbolt cable also stows away neatly when not in use, so you'll never lose it.
The Rugged delivers transfer speeds of up to 240MB/s, so you can back up and transfer mountains of data in a fraction of the time. Leave it in RAID 0 (striped mode) to maximize speed and capacity. Or choose RAID 1 (mirrored mode), where your data is duplicated across both internal hard drives—so even if a drive fails in the field, your files remain completely accessible.
All-terrain data protection
The Rugged will protect your data in non-operating mode from accidental drops of up to five feet. With an IP-54 rating for data security against dust and water splashing, you can be confident that your data will remain accessible.
Prevent unauthorized access
Protect your data with LaCie Private-Public software, which lets you password-protect the entire drive or only certain volumes with AES 256-bit encryption.
With 4TB of capacity, the LaCie offers massive amounts of storage to carry all the content needed for all of your projects. Store more photos, footage, and video in the field with this ultimate on-the-go solution.
Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 transfer speeds of up to 240 MB/s
Two internal hard drives
LaCie Private/Public software lets you password-protect entire drive with AES 256-bit encryption
Compatible with any Mac computer or PC
4 TB of capacity for content storage
Shock, dust and water-resistant for all-terrain use
What’s in the Box
LaCie Rugged RAID with integrated Thunderbolt cable
USB 3.0 cable (USB 2.0 compatible)
Removable cover and spare
Quick Install guide
Other Features: RAID support
Connections: Thunderbolt, USB 3
Power Source: USB
Height: 5.8 in./14.8 cm
Length: 3.6 in./9.1 cm
Width: 1.3 in./3.4 cm
Weight: 32.2 oz./1 kg
UPC or EAN No.: 763649087565
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Answers from the community
Is it compatible with the new mac 12"using the USB-C digital AC multiport adapter?
- Asked by Claudia M from Miami
- on 03-Mar-2016