LaCie 2TB Mobile SSD High‑Performance External SSD USB-C USB 3.0
The LaCie Mobile SSD serves up high-speed performance to keep your workflow on task and on point. All day, everyday. This external solid state drive fuses up to 540 MBps of intense speed with USB-C, USB 3.0, Windows and Mac compatibility. It’s all wrapped in a sleek diamond-cut design that celebrates Lacie’s 30th anniversary.
Up to 540 MBps performance for fast file transfers and editing
Plenty of capacity to store hours of 4K videos and thousands of high-resolution photos
USB-C connector for universal compatibility with USB 3.0, Thunderbolt 3, Mac and PC
Lightweight, all-aluminium design can withstand drops of up to 10 feet/3 metres
Unique space grey diamond-cut design complements MacBook
What’s in the Box
LaCie Mobile SSD High‑Performance External SSD USB-C USB 3.0
USB 3.0 cable
Quick start guide
LaCie Toolkit: backup and mirroring software
Other Features: Time Machine compatible
Connections: USB, USB-C
Power Source: Bus Powered, USB
Length: 9.84 cm/3.87 in.
Width: 7.84 cm/3.09 in.
Depth: 0.9 cm/0.35 in.
Weight: 99.79 g/3.52 oz.
Mfr. Part Number: STHM2000400
UPC or EAN No.: 763649131763
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Warranty: Three-year limited; three-year data recovery plan
- MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2020)
- MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018–2019)
- MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2015 - 2017)
- MacBook Air (11-inch, Early 2015)
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Answers from the community
Will this work as an external bootable drive to run Catalina on my 2019 iMac?
- Asked by Jason C from Bristol
- on May 11, 2020
Will this work on Windows system? What is the minimum requirement? What steps do I need to take before first time inserting it into a windows computer
- Asked by Shally O from Fremont
- on Apr. 20, 2020
What's the difference between a Lacie mobile and portable ssd drive? Thank you!
- Asked by Anthony C from Simpsonville
- on Aug. 17, 2019
Nothing really they are both vague terms used.
Portable tend to be slightly larger whereas the m Nothing really they are both vague terms used.
Portable tend to be slightly larger whereas the mobile ones tend to be thinner and lighter. I have both LaCie rugged portable SSD and this limited edition mobile SSD - I would say that if you need something robust or you are not someone who is very careful with their kit, then the rugged portable drives are better, but if you want something sleek and you are only using in an office environment and not in the field like a journalist or something, then the mobile is great because it is tiny and compact and will fit in slim pocket, it will just not fair that well if dropped as it has no protection.
- Answered by JOE H from Chafford Hundred
- on Feb. 18, 2020
With a cable adapter, can this run through the Thunderbolt 1 port of an early 2015 MacBook Pro 13" retina?
- Asked by David S from Sacramento
- on Feb. 16, 2019
Yes and no.
If you use either the Apple TB3-TB1/2 adapter into a TB3 dock, or just use a Yes and no.
If you use either the Apple TB3-TB1/2 adapter into a TB3 dock, or just use a TB1/2 dock; then plug this drive into the dock via USB-A or USB-C, would work.
Using the Apple TB3-TB1/2 adapter is for Thunderbolt connections only, so you'd need a TB drive on the other end (this one is just vanilla USB).
- Answered by James S from London
- on Mar. 4, 2019