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Lacie 9000352 Rugged 256 GB External

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  • Features:Shock resistant, rugged , 256-bit AES
  • Depth:140 mm
  • Height:24 mm
  • Device Type:Solid state drive - external ( portable )
  • Width:89 mm

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Technical Details
Item Weight259 g
Product Dimensions8.4 x 14 x 2.4 cm
Item model number9000352
Series9000352 Rugged
Hard Drive Size256 GB
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 250,750 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight499 g
Date First Available12 Oct. 2012

Product Description

Move at the Speed of Lightning.

- Universal connectivity with Thunderbolt and USB 3.0
- Shocking speeds up to 380MB/s (SSD)
- Bus-powered for complete mobility
- Accident-resistant to protect your data

Deadlines rule our world. When digital storage is critical for your project, it had better be as fast and reliable as you are. From the desktop to the badlands, it has to connect to any computer, deliver more than enough speed for the most demanding applications, and protect data against any threat. Enter the LaCie Rugged USB 3.0 Thunderbolt Series.

Universal Connectivity
Don't let your project get derailed by external drive/computer incompatibility. With both USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt interfaces, the LaCie Rugged is a perfect match for your Mac® and PC. And because USB 3.0 is backwards compatible, you can connect it to any standard computer on the planet. The LaCie Rugged is also fully bus-powered through the included USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt* cables. Its portability and interfaces make it the must-have sidekick to a new Mac or UltrabookTM.

No-Compromise Speed
Get lightning-fast transfer speeds on Mac and PC thanks to the USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt interfaces. With the SSD version, the LaCie Rugged delivers up to 380MB/s - the fastest bus-powered product ever**. The HDD version performs up to 110MB/s, a 35% improvement over FireWire 800**. Back up and transfer mountains of data in a fraction of the time. Enjoy noticeably more responsive photo library browsing.

Complete Data Protection
Protecting your data is vital to meeting your deadline, and disaster can strike at any moment. That's why the LaCie Rugged is MIL-compliant for superior data protection from accidental drops up to 1.2 meters (4 feet). Whether it falls off your desk or out of the pocket of your safari jacket, you're confident that your data is still accessible. The SSD version goes a step further for

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This drive is fast. I use it both with my MacBook Air, and Dell XPS. I can copy files at less than 4 secs/GB but there seems to be little difference between the speed of the Thunderbolt interface and the USB 3. On my Dell I was running virtual machines from this drive, and they ran faster and smoother than they did running from the Dell's own HDD. The drive is formatted NTFS so both the MBA and Dell can use it (you need a small utility for the MBA to be able to write to it) the only drawback being that Time Machine will not work with NTFS. The drive comes complete with Thunderbolt and USB 3 cables. I know this drive is expensive, and since Thunderbolt seems no faster than USB 3 you are paying a large premium for what is really just another port, although it does leave both USB ports free on the MBA. I have been using this drive constantly for about 5 months now, without any problems. I was considering docking a star because of the high price, but that's the fault of the Thunderbolt interface, and I think that could be more fairly laid at the feet of Apple.
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