1TB Lacie External Drive £96.82 from Aria
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1TB Lacie External Drive £96.82 from Aria

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Found 12th Sep 2008
On SuperSpecial.

Not much else to say apart from it's 1TB of external storage.

Here's the blurb:

* Simple, efficient high-capacity storage
* Back up all of your files, music, photos & video
* Easy for anyone to set-up and use
* Quiet and compact for its huge capacity

The user-friendly LaCie Desktop Hard Disk is easy for anyone to set up and use. This high-capacity, cost-efficient storage solution comes with USB 2.0 for connecting to your PC or Mac. Plug & play, its ready to use seconds after removing it from the box. Compact for its enormous capacity, it takes up relatively minimal desk space and blends into any work environment. Back up your entire system regularly, upgrade capacity when your computers hard drive is full, or use it as a reliable data shuttle between USB-equipped desktops and laptops. Keep all of your photos, music, video and files in one place with seemingly endless storage. LaCie 1-Click Backup Software is included for quick backups (Windows & Mac).

8 Comments

Don't see LaCie drives as being any more special than any other of dozens of drives available all over. If anything, it actually looks a bit on the big size!

eg the first one I clicked on was cheaper at £89.99 delivered
amazon.co.uk/Wes…A6O

I dare say there will be better or cheaper than that around too.

Yeah I think i would go with the WD drive also: amazon.co.uk/Wes…A6O

Original post still pretty good :thumbsup:

I have several external HDD's including 2 by Lacie.....& I would choose them every time over any other make I have used, I find the write speeds & access times superior to the Western Digital & seagate drives I also own

Cheapest isn't always best

I've got a Lacie big ethernet drive, less than a year old and it's packed up. Taking ages to get a warranty done on it and I won't get my data back.

I bought a 250G Lacie 5 years ago, it is still working perfectly. I just ordered a 1T Lacie last week though it is not the same as this one.

I work for a large IT organisation where we go through thousands of HDDs every year....in my experience the best are Seagate and the worst Western Digital.

Most of the rest are much of a muchness.

Seagate drives tend to be quiet, too, but my rating/opinion above is based on MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure)

Bearing in mind LaCie don't make the actual drives, and it's someone else's in their housing... who does?

I have a 500Gb drive I paid 35 quid for on a red hot Deal from here it's branded ATMT, but it is a Seagate inside, so the brand in this case means very little!

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I work for a large IT organisation where we go through thousands of HDDs … I work for a large IT organisation where we go through thousands of HDDs every year....in my experience the best are Seagate and the worst Western Digital.Most of the rest are much of a muchness.Seagate drives tend to be quiet, too, but my rating/opinion above is based on MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure)



Seagate 5 years warranty too!
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