La Cie Rugged Mini USB 3.0 / USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drive LAC301558

December 27, 2017 - Comment

The LaCie Rugged Mini Hard Disk shares features with our popular Rugged Hard Disk, like shock resistance, drop resistance, and a rubber sleeve for added protection. But with the Rugged Mini, we’ve gone a step further: it’s also rain-resistant, and pressure-resistant-you can drive over it with a 1-ton car, and it still works! Its small

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The LaCie Rugged Mini Hard Disk shares features with our popular Rugged Hard Disk, like shock resistance, drop resistance, and a rubber sleeve for added protection. But with the Rugged Mini, we’ve gone a step further: it’s also rain-resistant, and pressure-resistant-you can drive over it with a 1-ton car, and it still works! Its small size makes it perfect to take with you wherever you go, and its Rugged exterior provides protection against accidental drops, shock, or pressure. With the Rugged Mini, you’ve got the speed of USB 3.0, and full backward compatibility with USB 2.0, meaning that you can use it on almost any computer. You can transfer a 700MB video file in less than 7 seconds with USB 3.0, compared to 25 seconds with USB 2.0. Additionally, you can use the LaCie Mac USB 3.0 Driver to improve data transfer speed on your Mac (up to a 30% performance increase compared to FireWire 800). The Rugged Mini doesn’t just keep your data safe from external forces-it also protects against intrusion. With secure password protection software built-in, it’s easy to make sure that your files are secure and protected, no matter where you go. You can even use access your password-protected files using any computer, ensuring complete data mobility-and complete data safety.

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El Duderino says:

Time is Money. I’m a media professional. I work with a lot of RED footage, project files, and music. I need a reliable, fast, and portable drive to take with me on shoots to handle on site data transfers.Previously I had brought a 5400RPM Thunderbolt Drive with me on shoots and transferring 100 or so gigs of footage would take about 45 minutes to an hour. Sitting around and waiting for the footage to dump at the end of a long day is the last thing you want to do so I looked for other alternatives.I had a LaCie Rugged USB Thumbdrive that failed on me after about 2 months so I was hesitant to come back to the LaCie brand. But I said screw it, and went for it.And so far so good. It’s survived a couple shoots and a few plane trips. It feels solid, and it’s USB powered so it’s truly portable. I haven’t dropped it yet so I can’t testify to it’s durability in that regard. It’s cut down data transfer speeds to “is this real life?” levels. 100 gigs takes 5-10…

Kristy Moreno says:

Dead after 3 days.

Alex Zagoro says:

received fake looking item that doesn’t have thunderbolt at all!

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