LaCie Rugged USB3
Fast transfer speeds.
Online storage included.
Light and rugged.
Have to install drivers to use.
By PC Authority on March 14, 2012
See how the Iomega eGO fares against other USB 3.0 portable hard drives on the market....67
By Electronicsme on November 30, 2010
Because this drive works well with both Macs and PCs, it is a lucrative accessory for all computer users alike. Furthermore, the latest USB standard, combined with a compact yet high capacity platform, makes the LaCie Rugged external hard drive a...88
By VR-Zone on October 02, 2010
Today, we take a look at the LaCie Rugged USB 3.0 mobile Hard Disk Drive (HDD), one of the many SuperSpeed USB 3.0 devices released this year. Designed by Neil Poulton, this outlandish-looking mobile HDD is supposed to be shockproof, conforming to...77
By PC Pro on September 16, 2010
A fast drive at a good price, but you’ll either love or hate the design...83
By Expert Reviews on June 24, 2010
It's expensive, but its USB3 connection makes the latest LaCie Rugged the fastest portable hard disk we've ever seen....100
By DigitalVersus on June 17, 2010
The software Among the softwware delivered with the drive, LaCie has thrown in the online backup service from Wuala. 10 GB are allocated for every customer for a year. This allows you to both access data wherever you are and give you an off-hardware...100
By NotebookCheck on June 14, 2010
The LaCie rugged USB 3.0 is especially suitable as a mobile data case with a stable case in rougher surroundings. You'll accept the somewhat heavier and bigger case in this case. The highlights are, however, the inner values. With a transfer rate of...-
By LaptopMag on June 10, 2010
Not only is this portable hard drive super-fast, it can take its share of abuse,...80
By RegHardware on May 19, 2010
It’s not as fast as Western Digital’s offering, but that’s the cost of losing the power brick and gaining true portability. Unfortunately that’s not the only cost. At £134.99 for 500GB, it’s a bit pricey, considering...75
By About.com on January 01, 2010
Pros: light, rugged, changeable colors
Cons: Have to install drivers to use, SuperSpeed USB 3.0, LaCie is part of the growing consortium of companies introducing SuperSpeed USB 3.0 products. While I was hoping to test the 500GB AllTerrain Hard Disk USB 3.0 capabilities with LaCie's USB 3.0 Expre80