LaCie 4TB Rugged RAID PRO USB-C Hard Drive with Built-in SD Card Reader
Tough on-the-go storage for any terrain, the LaCie Rugged RAID Pro hard drive combines rugged durability with the adaptability of RAID. It also includes an embedded SD card reader for easier content backups in the field. Configurable with the LaCie RAID Manager, this drive is a reliable travel companion for busy videographers and professional photographers.
Integrated SD card reader
Hardware RAID 0/1 flexibility for speed or redundancy
New USB-C connector for next-generation computers
Included USB 3.0 adapter works with Mac or PC
Drop resistance from up to 1.2 metres/4 feet*
Crush resistance to a force equivalent to a 1-tonne car**
Shock, dust and water resistance for all-terrain use
IP54 rating for protection against dust and rain
Three-year Rescue Data Recovery Services plan included
What’s in the Box
LaCie Rugged RAID PRO USB-C Hard Drive with Built-in SD Card Reader
USB-C (USB 3.1 10Gbps) cable
USB-C to USB-A cable
Quick install guide
Other Features: RAID support, Time Machine compatible
Connections: USB, USB-C
Memory Cards: SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Memory Card
Power Source: Bus Powered, USB
Height: 14 cm/5.51 in
Length: 4.6 cm/1.8 in.
Width: 9.09 cm/3.58 in.
Weight: 479.9 g/1.06 lb.
Operating System: OS X 10.10 or later, Windows 7 or later
Requirements Other: Computer with a USB-C, USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 port and a minimum of 600MB of free hard drive space.
Mfr. Part Number: STGW4000800
UPC or EAN No.: 763649126646
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*In non-operating mode. **Determined by a test that approximates a real-world scenario in which the hard drive remained functional, despite aesthetic damage, after the product was driven over by an approximately 1-tonne car (1000 kg/2205 lb.)
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Answers from the community
What is the value of having Raid capability. I am looking for an external hard drive that I can store photos on.
- Asked by Robert C from Toronto
- on 18 Nov. 2018
Raid has 1 of 2 benefits. In Raid 0 mode the entire 4TB of space is available and can be up to twic Raid has 1 of 2 benefits. In Raid 0 mode the entire 4TB of space is available and can be up to twice as fast because each of the 2TB portions are written to at the same time. However, if either 2TB section fails you lose all of the data on the entire 4TB.
Raid 1 duplicates the data in to 2TB sections for redundancy. So, in this mode the drive only store 2 TB, but it is automatically and transparently stored twice. If either of the 2TB sections fails you will not lose any data because the data is duplicated in the other 2TB section.
If you are don't want faster access speed or redundant data then a RAID drive is usually not worth the cost.
- Answered by Steve F from Lafayette
- on 2 Dec. 2018