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April 15, 2011 / senpul2006

LaCie Hard Disk 2 TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive designed by Neil Poulton 301871U

LaCie Hard Disk 2 TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive designed by Neil Poulton 301871U

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LaCie Hard Disk 2 TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive designed by Neil Poulton 301871U

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  • Compact and efficient USB 2.0 storage
  • Blue LED for ambient underside glow
  • Smart fanless cooling system for quiet operation
  • Store your files, music, photos and videos in one place
  • Design by Neil Poulton

The user-friendly LaCie Hard Disk, Design by Neil Poulton adds sophisticated style to your desktop, yet its presence is quiet and unobtrusive. It has a unique distinguishing feature a blue LED strip on its underside that creates an ambient glow. Its subtle, all-black design blends perfectly into dark home entertainment setups and workstations. Very small for its vast capacity, this lightweight, compact drive has a fashionable, mirror-polished finish. The smartly engineered design allows for heat dissipation and near-silent, fanless operation. With Hi-Speed USB 2.0, this efficient external hard drive makes a great companion to your PC or Mac. Setup is nearly effortless; it’s plug & play, offers customizable formatting, and comes with LaCie Backup Assistant and USB Boost. 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 Backup Assistant (Windows and Mac), LaCie Setup Assistant. [ more detail ]

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  1. Larry A. Chafin / Apr 15 2011 3:21 am

    112 of 116 people found the following review helpful:

    LaCie 301304U, September 26, 2008

    By Larry A. Chafin (Highland, CA USA) –
      

    This review is from: LaCie Hard Disk 1TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive designed by Neil Poulton 301304U (Electronics)

    I attached this 1-TB USB external drive to my 2.8 ghtz IMac. The setup was a snap, but the included utilities wanted to take the whole drive as a single partition. I used the Mac’s disk utilities, and created two partitions. This way, one partition can now be used for Time Machine (which by the way, will keep backing up until the disk is full, then begins deleting the oldest files), and another partition that is used to back up my Linux server. The rest of the setup was fast. The Mac found the drive quickly, and so did Time Machine. The Time Machine software asked me which partition I wanted to use, and once that was decided on, Time Machine took off, and has been backing up ever since. How simple is that? Also, most of the specs I read on this drive show a cache of 16 mb, but the drive as delivered, much to my pleasant surprise, has a cache of 32 mb. Even with the USB connection (I think firewire, which is available on some other La Cie drives, is about 15% faster), I found the file transfer time more than acceptable. I have run video from the drive with no issues. Also, I often transfer rather large photo files, and graphic images to and from the drive, and again no issues. All that being said, for the money, the drive is hard to beat.

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  2. gee three pea oh-a / Apr 15 2011 3:58 am

    56 of 60 people found the following review helpful:

    Beautiful & solid design, October 9, 2008

    By gee three pea oh-a (WI USA) –

    This review is from: LaCie Hard Disk 1TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive designed by Neil Poulton 301304U (Electronics)

    This was purchased as external backup – it’s quiet and lovely. The blue LED reflects off the surface (desktop) so you know when it’s in use. Easy to use backup software included, but not robust enough for a power user or tech-geek (use cobian!). The USB cable is kinda short, about 8″, so if you’re not planning on placing this directly next to or on the box you’re backing up plan to purchase or use a different USB cable.

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  3. John D. / Apr 15 2011 4:45 am

    65 of 72 people found the following review helpful:

    Great Drive For a Reasonable Price, January 5, 2008

    By John D. (Bay Area, CA) –

    This review is from: LaCie Hard Disk 750 GB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive, Design by Neil Poulton 301303U (Electronics)

    I bought two of these (750GB) to replace a failing drive and to be more responsible about backups. I have some complaints, but overall I really like them. Pros: great case, good size (a largish paperback; slightly narrower, lower and longer than my Mac Mini), on/off button, small adapter with a regular plug, no fan, relatively low light output from the front indicator. Cons: louder than other fanless drives (compared to the Seagate eSATA 750), ambient light flickers with drive activity (I’d prefer a constant light). Depends: only has USB. In my opinion, online images make it look bigger than it is. Check the dimensions. The smooth black case lacks prominent logos. They can be stacked, but only two. I assume this is for heat dissipation reasons. Why only 4 stars? Lacie’s advertising claims it is “near-silent”. Close, but not quite. UPDATE: 1 of these drives has failed as of 4/2009. Neither has ever been used for anything but a backup drive, so it’s not as though it failed from overuse. I’m somewhat disappointed. I doubt I’ll buy Lacie again.

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