Reviews and Problems with LaCie Hard Disk, Design by Neil Poulton 1TB
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Good external drive
24 March 2011
Summary: I needed a bootable external drive because the internal drive on my Imac is failing. This drive was easy to set up and is working fine. The firewire 800 connection is fast enough to use it as a startup drive. It also has FW400 and USB connections, which can be handy.
Summary: I purchased this drive because I wanted a FireWire 800 drive to use as a storage unit, since I'm going to be downgrading to a faster but smaller internal HDD in my MacBook Pro (1TB Scorpio Blue to 750GB Scorpio Black).
Summary: I'm connecting two of these drives to a RAID controller to mirror my data through the eSATA connection. The drive has one of the most beautiful enclosures. When they're stack together with the blue LED shining on to each other, it creates quite an artistic feel.
Summary: This is a beautiful looking drive. The Neil Poulton design speaks out with clean and sleek looks. It is glossy black and the blue light is outstanding. Neither Seagate's nor WD's external drives look so beautiful. PROS: 1. 1TB is a lot of space - great. 2. Beautiful, sleek design 3.
Summary: This drive has a very fast transfer rate (at least when using the Firewire interface), runs quietly and cooly, and looks great without looking like some kind of space ship. Not to mention has loads of room.
Summary: I bought this to back-up my back-up. I have had a LaCie 250GB external for almost 4 years and have had no issues (knock on wood). As many of you know, media takes up the disk space pretty fast these days, and I was looking to free up my computer's hard drive a bit, but I also know you shouldn't...
Summary: this product is made very well, the only downside i see is i payed the extra 30 dollars for this hard drive compared to other 1 terrabyte drives so i could use the eSata port however i came to discover my computer only has regular sata connections, so word to the wise check your computer carefully.