Centralize Your 8K Studio Withan NVMe SSD Thunderbolt 3 Dock.
For high-end video production, filmmakers and DITs rely on 1big Dock SSD Pro—a Thunderbolt™ 3 storage hub featuring accelerated NVMe SSD speeds of up to 2800MB/s, cinema-grade card slots tailored for 8K cinema workflows, and a range of USB ports that let you dock, daisy chain, and even charge a laptop up to 70W. design by neil poulton
Render High Bitrate Files Faster Than Ever
Save hours rendering final files in full resolution with a Seagate FireCuda NVMe SSD on your side. A powerful gas pedal that maximizes Thunderbolt 3’s cutting-edge performance, this professional drive delivers speeds of up to 2800MB/s so that you can seamlessly transfer up to 165GB worth of high-res footage in 60 seconds.1
Up to 2800MB/s
Cinema-Grade Card Readers, Ports, and More.
Filmmakers and DITs, when you’re harnessing the most demanding footage from the most powerful cinema cameras, 1big Dock SSD Pro has your back. Equipped with a Seagate FireCuda NVMe SSD, Thunderbolt 3 technology, and cinema-grade card readers for high bitrate footage, you can easily connect peripherals, charge up, and crush your deadlines.
Brilliant. From Start to Finish.
Our plan was to build a solution so refined, so centralized, that you could freely focus on what matters most: creating awesome work.
SD, CFast 2.0, and CFexpress Card Readers
Specifically built for aspiring and professional filmmakers, 1big Dock SSD Pro integrates seamlessly with 4K, 6K, 8K, and super slow-mo workflows by offering crucial SD, CFast 2.0, and CFexpress card readers for cinema cameras.(CFast 2.0/CFexpress/SD cards sold separately.)
USB 3.0 Hub
Charge your phone, offload content from USB devices like shuttle drives and digital cameras, or simply connect USB peripherals.
Directly connect to a 4K 120Hz or 8K 60Hz professional display monitor.
Dual Thunderbolt 3 Ports
Charge your Thunderbolt laptop and daisy chain up to six devices, including dual 6K or 8K display monitors. Using a Thunderbolt adapter (sold separately), you can achieve backwards compatibility with any generation Thunderbolt computer.
Self-Cooling Aluminum Enclosure
1big Dock SSD Pro’s aluminum enclosure and thermoregulated fan deliver sustained, optimized performance and reliability for the long haul.
More Power to You. And Your Laptop.
1big Dock SSD Pro is engineered to keep your laptop charged thanks to its patent-pending power pass-through feature.
Simply connect your laptop’s power supply to 1big Dock’s Thunderbolt 3 daisy chain port for up to 70W of power delivery.
When not using your charger, you’ll still get up to 45W of power from 1big (up to 30W if you’re simultaneously daisy chaining other USB-C devices). Either way, 1big keeps you going when you’re knee-deep in the creative process.
Need the Massive Capacity of a Hard Drive?
If capacity is top of mind in your world, we’ve got you covered with a hard drive version of 1big Dock. It still lets you ingest files from memory cards and USB devices with high-speed Thunderbolt 3 performance, connect two 4K displays, daisy chain peripherals, and charge your laptop, but it steps in with enormous capacity for an ever-growing portfolio of work.Learn More
Rescue Data Recovery Services.
When it comes to unpredictable events such as water damage to your studio or a natural disaster, we’ve got your back. 1big Dock SSD Pro includes Rescue Data Recovery Services lasting the length of your warranty. We’ll work tirelessly to help you save your data and money with one in-lab recovery service.2Learn More
Customize Your Backup
With LaCie Toolkit.
LaCie Toolkit makes it simple to give important files the essential added protection they need.
- Back up on demand with one click
- Schedule daily, weekly, or monthly backups
- Sync files and projects across multiple devices
Edit with Creative Cloud.
Turn RAW footage into flawless production with one-month complimentary membership to Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps plan.3
- LaCie 1big Dock SSD Pro
- Thunderbolt 3 cable
- FireCuda NVMe SSD
- External power supply
- Quick install guide
1 Data rates may vary depending on operating environment, interface, and drive capacity.