LaCie Rugged RAID Hard Drive

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

All those photos you took during your African safari are great and all, but what good is it if you can’t get them home safely? LaCie’s Rugged RAID hard drive lets you store all those shots, while providing all the protection you’ll ever need.

Designed for travel and outdoor photographers, this Thunderbolt drive is the world’s fastest portable HD available on the market. A durable orange rubber casing hides two 2TB hard drives, and fuses them with RAID 0/1 flexibility optimized for both data security and speed. Users will have the ability of having their data mirrored across both devices to help minimize the risk of data loss. The drive may be a bit larger than other ones on the retail scene, but it’s completely shock and dust proof, withstanding falls from up to five feet high, and pressure just under a ton. The drive will sell for $450. [Purchase]

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