Saturday, 20 June 2009

LaCie 301371 500GB Portable Hard Drive

The LaCie 301371 500 gigabyte Rugged Hard Disk with FireWire 800, FireWire 400, and USB 2.0 is configured to last the rigorous factors of the real world. This hard-wearing, portable storage drive gives 500 gigabytes of storage with a treble port for utmost rapport and operation, and is assembled with a tough, drop-resistant aluminium alloy shell and a shock-resistant rubber bumper.

The LaCie 500 GB Rugged Hard Disk with FireWire 800, FireWire 400, and USB 2.0:

* Boasts a tough drop-resistant and shock-resistant enclosure.
* Acquires power by the USB bus so no additional adapter is needed.
* Has 500 GB of disc space; 5400 revolutions per minute spin rate and 8 megabytes of cache for level best drive functioning.
* Does not require any drivers for easy assemble.
* Free 12 month online backup service.

With 3 ports, you will have a quick connection with any computer.

World-renowned designer Neil Poulton is responsible the sensational appearance.

The Rugged All-Terrain resists blows and impacts to retain your information safe and protected.
Ultra-Portable Data Shuttle
If you move around a good deal with your data, the Rugged All-Terrain is the drive is for you. Great for users who require backup, storage and large-volume switching for office files, photographs, music and even video clips, the Rugged All-Terrain is bus-powered, which signifies that it applies the power of the joined computer to engage and does not need an extra AC adapter or power cord.

3 Interfaces for Quick Connections
The Rugged All-Terrain gives quickness and versatility with 3 joining interfaces, allowing you use it with about any computer. The FireWire 800 interface provides a red-hot 800 Mbps data transfer speed, great for video editing and additional intensive work. FireWire 400 is also backed up, which has long been preferred by Macintosh users and gives 400 Mbps speeds. The almost universal USB 2.0 interface is supported too, which offers a transfer rate of equal to 480 Mbps, and is backwards compatible with USB 1.1

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