Reviews and Problems with LaCie Rugged All-Terrain Hard Disk
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Hands-On: Lacie Rugged Safe Hard Drive Review
4 December 2010
Excerpt: The Lacie Rugged Safe drive is available in 500GB and 1TB and uses 128bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) hardware encryption with Fingerprint Scanner Technology to secure any data stored on the device.
Excerpt: The Lacie Rugged Safe drive is available in 500GB and 1TB and uses 128bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) hardware encryption with Fingerprint Scanner Technology to secure any data stored on the device. The Lacie Rugged Safe drive comes Pre-Loaded with the Lacie Safe Manager Software included on a partition on the device however I would recommend that you download and install the latest version of the Lacie Safe Manager Software to setup your device from the link...
Keeping your precious puppy photos safe while climbing Mount Everest
Good Gear Guide.au
4 September 2013
Summary: The LaCie Rugged All-Terrain Hard Drive isn’t built to withstand a nuclear holocaust, but it provides better protection than standard portable hard drives. We were impressed with the read/write times and the fact that it can provide 500GB of hard drive space powered by USB.
Pros: Rugged case design, fast read/write times, bus-powered, triple interface
Cons: Little accompanying software, only 'rugged' while turned off
Excerpt: World-renowned designer, Neil Poulton, is at the centre of this superb creation that offers the user a fantastic portable storage solution. It comes with a high-speed USB 2.0 interface connection that's bus powered and plug-and-play compatibility for both PC and Mac users. The hard drive holds a unique scratch-protected aluminum shell with a shock-resistant rubber bumper to reduce hard knocks on the move and all-round extra protection from the elements.
Excerpt: Sometimes, it’s not possible to make the fastest device of a certain kind in the most elegant ways. Simply, it requires breaching the borders of the comfortable, so the result of the desire to reach t... During GPU history, it was often the case when new architecture debuted it didn’t do so with the most powerful graphic processor or with the most expensive model. NVIDIA decided to do the same again, ...