LaCie 2TB Rugged USB-C + 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.
The LaCie Rugged USB-C portable drive combines rugged durability with cutting-edge USB-C connectivity. The result is a secure vault for your data that’s compatible with the latest MacBook Pro models as well as other USB computers. It offers impressive storage capacity for its size, giving you plenty of space to store your digital present — and future. As a result, you can use the LaCie Rugged USB-C as a shuttle drive to transport footage from set to post-production, or to store a huge Lightroom library.
For additional protection from the unexpected, this drive comes with two years of Rescue Data Recovery Service. If your drive should stop working, LaCie recovers the data and returns it to you on a new piece of external storage. Also includes 24/7 online case status tracking. With this service, your equipment is eligible for one In-Lab Data Recovery attempt during the term of coverage.*
New USB-C connector for the latest MacBook Pro models
Included USB 3.0 adapter
Bus-powered for mobile workflows
Drop-, crush- and rain-resistant for all-terrain use
Time Machine compatible
Easy cross-platform formatting utility
Includes two years of Rescue Data Recovery Service*
What’s in the Box
LaCie Rugged USB-C Portable Drive
USB-C (USB 3.1, 5 Gbps) cable
USB-C to USB-A cable
Quick install guide
Other Features: Data Encryption, Time Machine compatible
Power Source: Bus Powered
Height: 1.87 cm/0.74 in.
Length: 13.51 cm/5.32 in.
Width: 8.6 cm/3.39 in.
Weight: 99.79 g
Operating System: OS X v10.5 or later, Windows 7 or later
Mfr. Part Number: STFR2000800
UPC or EAN No.: 3660619400157
Note: Apple’s one-year limited warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if they are packaged or sold with Apple products. Non–Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer. Please see the product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to any rights you have under Australian consumer law.
*With this service, your equipment is eligible for one (1) in-lab Data Recovery attempt during the term of coverage. Pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Service Plan.
Answers from the community
Is it an SSD?
- Asked by Susan M from Harrogate
- on 15/08/2017
No, it is a standard HDD (Hard Disk Drive) like most other hard drives on the market, however this o No, it is a standard HDD (Hard Disk Drive) like most other hard drives on the market, however this one has a USB-C connection. I'm not sure if the USB-C connection will act as Thunderbolt 3 when connected to a 2016 and newer MacBook Pro.
- Answered by Chris S from San Antonio
- on 27/08/2017
Can I delete items from my Mac and it will be saved/reappear on my LaCie hard drive when I plug it back in?
- Asked by Audrielle A from Vallejo
- on 27/08/2018