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4TB Rugged RAID Thunderbolt & USB 3.0

$569.95

STFA4000400 (LaCie / Hard Drive – External)

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Toughest in the Field. Fast and Secure Anywhere. Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 for speeds of up to 240 MB/s 1 Bus powered via Thunderbolt for mobile workflows Hardware RAID 0/1 flexibility for speed or security Shock, dust, and water resistance for all-terrain use design by neil poulton Product Overview The LaCie Rugged™ RAID delivers a game-changing blend of PC and Mac® compatibility, capacity, speed, mobility, and reliability. As the ultimate solution for on-the-go professionals, the LaCie Rugged adapts to the need for performance or complete data security. Use Cases Field-Based Content Storage: With 4 TB of capacity in RAID 0, the LaCie Rugged offers massive amounts of storage to carry all the content needed for ongoing projects. Acquire more photos, footage, and other types of content in the field with a single solution than ever before. Field-Based Editing: In RAID 0, users get up to 240 MB/s, which provides enough bandwidth to store and transfer twice as many photos at twice the speed. Users can even start to edit photos in the field with Adobe® Lightroom®. 

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LaCie

LaCie is a computer hardware company that specialises in external hard drives, flash drives, optical drives and computer monitors. The company is a subsidiary of Seagate technology. The Company LaCie was founded in 1987 in Oregon but was founded in 1989 in Paris. Their headquarters is located in Paris, France. Their website is www.lacie.com. LaCie was once two separate companies. The names of the companies are Electronique d2 and LaCie. Electronique d2 was originally in Paris, France while LaCie was originally in Portland, Oregon, USA. LaCie was purchased by Plus Development in 1990. This Plus Development was a subsidiary of Quantum. Later in March 2012, Seagate Technology announced that it would purchase the company for $186 million. The transaction was closed in 2014 and Seagate gained control of it since then.