Reviews and Problems with LaCie Hard Disk, Design by Neil Poulton
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13 October 2015
Summary: It's small but a bit on the heavy side if u have to lug it around like I do. But so far so good, hasn't crashed on me yet, and it better not considering all the pics from my phone are on there.
Summary: 2TB at a great price. it has a USB only connection. hooked this up to a mac, then formatted and partitioned it using the mac's'disk utility'. i had no use for the software that came on the drive, so i can't comment on that. it's quite and been working great so far.
Summary: I purchased this one because I wanted an on-off switch on the back an a control LED in front. Istallation is very easy and quick, just follow the "Quick Install Guide". First day I copied data for 6 hours, no problem, not much heating up, almost noiseless. The body looks nice but is plastic.
Summary: I'm a fan of the Lacie brand, my friends own the Rugged drives and I have the little disk portable drive plus this lovely little 2TB drive now. I bought the drive to back up what was on my little disk since it's starting to show its age as well as my other desktop external, and so far so good!
Summary: I'll say this quickly, as it doesn't require many words. The drive does what it is designed to do and does so quickly and responsively. It is a bit louder than I expected, other than that, perfect thus far.
Summary: It is great addition to my home theater. The reputation of lacie is what impelled me to look into and purchase a HD from one of their lines. I have it connected with a firewire 800 to my mac mini, which I am running Plex to watch my dvds locally and streaming them to the rest of my macs, works like...
Summary: I love this Hard drive!! I do a lot of Church Audio/video recordings on my laptop and always needs extra space to back up old information. I use the Lacie hardirve for storing DAW bundle files and video files. for the price i paid for the 2 TB..., U can't beat that!