The LaCie Rugged Mini Hard Disk shares features with our popular Rugged Hard Disk, like shock resistance, drop resistance, and a rubber sleeve for added protection. But with the Rugged Mini, we've gone a step further: it's also rain-resistant, and pressure-resistant-you can drive over it with a 1-ton car, and it still works! Its small size makes it perfect to take with you wherever you go, and its Rugged exterior provides protection against accidental drops, shock, or pressure.
The Speed of USB 3.0
With the Rugged Mini, you've got the speed of USB 3.0, and full backward compatibility with USB 2.0*, meaning that you can use it on almost any computer. You can transfer a 700 MB video file in less than 7 seconds with USB 3.0, compared to 25 seconds with USB 2.0**.
The Rugged Mini doesn't just keep your data safe from external forces-it also protects against intrusion. With the included secure password protection software, it's easy to make sure that your files are secure and protected, no matter where you go. You can even use access your password-protected files using any computer, ensuring complete data mobility-and complete data safety.
User-friendly Software Suite Included
Easy setup and automatic worry-free backup for both PC and Mac® computers.
LaCie Private-Public software▲ ensures your files remain completely confidential.
40% Energy Savings
Automatic Eco mode lowers the power consumption by up to 40%▲▲ when not in use, increasing the battery life of your notebook or laptop.
* To achieve full interface bandwidth, connect the product to a USB 3.0 port on a computer or device.
** Actual data rates may vary depending on operating environment and other factors.
*** Based on a 700 MB video file.
▲ Encryption software is only available via download and is not available in Russia.
▲▲ Up to 40% energy savings with automatic standby. May vary depending on capacity and 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.