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Im looking for another 1TB external hard drive.I got a 1tb my book already, it is works fine, but the blue lcd light is too bright in the night. So looking for another one with a nice sharp and quality

This one designed by Neil Poulton looks fine. Here are some specifications:
Capacity : 1 TB
Interface : Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Cache : 16MB or greater
Interface Transfer Rate : Up to 480Mbits/s (60MB/s)
Burst Transfer Rate : Up to 30-35MB/s
Fan : Fanless
Size : 4.6 x 7.6 x 1.8 in. / 117 x 193 x 45 mm
Weight : 33.5 oz. / 950 g
System Requirements : Computer with USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible); Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista / Mac OS X 10.3 or higher; 32MB RAM minimum
Comments : 1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending upon operating environment (typically 510% less).
Box Content : LaCie Hard Disk, Design by Neil Poulton
USB 2.0 cable
External power supply
Quick Install Guide
LaCie Utilities (preloaded on the drive): User Manual, LaCie 1-Click Backup Software (Windows & Mac), LaCie SilverKeeper Backup Software (Mac), LaCie Setup Assistant
Warranty : 2 Year Limited Warranty
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Who is Neil Poulton?
Who is Neil Poulton?

From wikipedia:

Neil Poulton (1963-) is a Scottish-born product designer, based in Paris, France. He specializes in the design of simple, mass-produced objects and has won numerous international design awards.

He is best known for lighting and for technology design and is particularly associated with manufacturers LaCie, Artemide, Megalit, Atelier Sedap and Danese Milano.

He has lived and worked in Paris since 1992.
I've got a LaCie mobile disk (portable HDD) and it's got the brightest power LED I've ever seen, even brighter than those on my keyboard. As a portable drive it doesn't really matter though since it's not going to be left plugged in so this one may have a more sensible design.

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