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LaCie d2 Quadra Hard Disk
4.6 out of 10

LaCie d2 Quadra Hard Disk

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16MB or greater
Interface Transfer Rate
eSATA: up to 3Gbits/s (300MB/s) FireWire 800: up to 800Mbits/s (100MB/s) FireWire 400: up to 400Mbits/s (50MB/s) Hi-Speed USB 2.0: up to 480Mbits/s (60MB/s)
1.7 x 6.3 x 6.8 in. / 44 x 160 x 173 mm
3.31 lbs. / 1500 g
Triple Power Management 
“Auto” for energy efficiency; “On” for instant access; “Off” for data protection
3-Year Limited Warranty
Aluminum heat sink design for safe, fanless, quieter operation
Burst Transfer Rate
eSATA: up to 105-115MB/s FireWire 800: up to 75-85MB/s FireWire 400: up to 35-40MB/s Hi-Speed USB 2.0: up to 30-35MB/s
1 x eSATA 3Gbits port 2 x FireWire 800 ports (9-pin) 1 x FireWire 400 port (6-pin) (except on 3TB capacity) 1 x Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port (USB 1.1-compatible)
Rotational Speed (rpm) 
5400/7200 rpm
Shortcut Button 
Launch any application with one push**
LaCie Setup Assistant LaCie Desktop Manager Genie Backup Assistant Intego Backup Assistant
System Requirements 
Computer with a USB 2.0, eSATA, FireWire 800, or FireWire 400 port Latest version of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 / Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7 Minimum free disk space: 600MB recommended
Box Content 
LaCie d2 Quadra Hard Disk USB 2.0 cable (USB 1.1-compatible) eSATA cable FireWire 800 (9-pin) cable FireWire 400 (6-pin) cable (not included with 3TB capacity) FireWire 400 to 800 adapter cable (included with 3TB capacity only) External power supply Drive stand for upright use Quick Install Guide LaCie Utilities and Software (preloaded)
* Burst transfer rates vary from one computer to another and may vary slightly from one drive to another. Average speed is usually lower, depending on host configuration. ** The Shortcut Button feature is available via FireWire and USB but is not available from an eSATA bus. Windows Vista Ultimate 64 is not compatible with LaCie Shortcut button. *** Windows XP does not recognize volumes of more than 2TB. 1GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending upon operating environment (typically 5–10% less).
Release Date
First seen
10 June 2007