Reviews and Problems with LaCie Rugged All-Terrain Hard Disk
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Great If It Works With Your Computer
V Woolums, Amazon
20 February 2015
Summary: I like this external a lot and have had it for years now, but it is not compatible with some computers. It's not a Mac/PC problem either, I've only used it with PCs. Sometimes, seemingly randomly, the computer just won't recognize this external; I could plug it into a different PC immediately...
Summary: Bought this drive to keep backups and have something portable to catty around. Haven't had issues yet. I try not to get to rough with it, so I am not sure how rugged it really is. It does have a spinning platter drive in it regardless. No complaints.
Summary: I am a big fan of these rugged Lacie drives. I've had really good luck with them over the years. FireWire 800 connection is a must for me because I work with video and I don't have a USB 3.0 slot on my laptop.
Summary: I've been using two of these drives for over a year now. The drive still works great and I'm very happy with its durability. My only wish is that they used 7200RPM drives in the 1TB models rather than 5400 RPM. I've been using it for video editing and the extra speed would be nice.
Summary: It is so hard to select a single product in a lineup of options but I picked this one and I like it! It comes with all the various wires needed, performs as you would want it to and has been a great "back up" drive for over a year.