Accelerate Your Backup with USB 3.0
With the LaCie Porsche Design Desktop Drive's USB 3.0 interface, you'll be able to get the job done faster than ever before. Speeds up to 5 Gb/s allow you to transfer a 700MB video file in just under 7 seconds*. Back up your photos, exchange audio and video files with your friends, or make sure that your important files are kept safe. With the LaCie Desktop Drive, the possibilities are endless.
Porsche Design Form, LaCie Function
LaCie worked with Porsche in 2003 and it resulted in one of the most popular hard drives that's still talked about today. With the LaCie Desktop Drive, the exclusive and timeless shape returns, with solid, reliable hardware that's sure to last for years. You can use it anywhere and be confident that you're getting superb performance.
Safe, Strong, and Aluminum
With 5 mm of solid aluminum casing surrounding the disk inside, the Porsche Design Desktop Drive keeps your data solidly protected. LaCie and Porsche Design worked together to combine form and function-resulting in a drive that looks great (and works great!) no matter where you take it.
Designed for Your Mac®
The LaCie Desktop Drive was designed especially for Mac computers, and features a stylish, sophisticated aluminum finish that matches your new Mac. Plus, it's Time Machine® compatible so that you can seamlessly back up to the drive using Apple's built-in software.
Complete Software Suite
Easy setup and automatic worry-free backup for both PC and Mac® computers.
LaCie Private-Public software** ensures your files remain completely confidential.
77% Energy Savings
Automatic Eco mode lowers the power consumption by up to 77%*** when not in use.
* Actual data rates may vary depending on operating environment and other factors.
** Encryption software is only available via download and is not available in Russia.
*** Up to 77% energy savings with automatic standby (11.3 W vs. 2.6 W). May vary from one drive to another.
When referring to drive capacity, one gigabyte, or GB, equals one billion bytes and one terabyte, or TB, equals one thousand billion bytes. Your computer’s operating system may use a different standard of measurement and report a lower capacity. In addition, some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions and will not be available for data storage.