LaCie Announces USB-C Mobile Hard Drive for the New 12-Inch MacBook

LaCie Announces USB-C Mobile Hard Drive for the New 12-Inch MacBook

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LaCie has announced the addition of USB-C technology to its Porsche Design Mobile Drive.

This product combines the ease of use of USB-C with the proven speed, style and durability of the LaCie Porsche Design line, making it the perfect match for the latest MacBook.

LaCie Announces USB-C Mobile Hard Drive for the New 12-Inch MacBook

Features:
The LaCie Mobile Drive features a USB-C port — the user-friendly connector of the future. This new technology makes the LaCie Mobile Drive incredibly easy to connect, since both ends of the cable are identical and the connector is reversible. As a result, there is no need to worry about which end goes to which device or about plugging it in upside down.

The LaCie Mobile Drive blends form and function, resulting in a product that looks and works great. Its USB 3.0 interface delivers up to 100 MB/s, which lets users quickly back up or exchange photos and videos with friends. The LaCie Mobile Drive also features an enclosure made from 3 mm-thick solid aluminum. This gives users the confidence to slip the product into their laptop bag and hit the road.

LaCie Announces USB-C Mobile Hard Drive for the New 12-Inch MacBook

Designed for Mac:
The LaCie Mobile Drive was designed especially for Mac users. It features the same stylish, sophisticated aluminum finish as the latest MacBook. Plus, it is Time Machine compatible, so Mac users can use the LaCie Mobile Drive to seamlessly back up files using built-in software. Thanks to the included adapter cable, it is even compatible with standard USB 3.0 (Type-A) or USB 2.0 ports.

Availability:
The new LaCie Mobile Drive will be available next quarter in 500 GB (slim size), 1 TB and 2 TB capacities through the LaCie Online Store and LaCie Resellers. No word on pricing yet.

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LaCie Announces USB-C Mobile Hard Drive for the New 12-Inch MacBook

LaCie Announces USB-C Mobile Hard Drive for the New 12-Inch MacBook
Tim Co Ck - March 11, 2015 at 4:12pm
APple gives you one fckign port so you can buy more cables for more money. Yeah 10Gnps is fast, but if start dividing that bandwidth over 1 port and multiple peripherals, that speed keeps getting slower as you attach more peripherals. how tiny is that usb-c port. they coul have at least put 4 in there.oh but no, APple wants you to buy more cables
ASD - March 11, 2015 at 11:38am
Apple can make the immosible posible, have you ever think that 1 port can do all of that!? apple can make iphones unbreakable and water resistance but that means no need to fear broken or water which means apple will not do services to people all companoes are big thiefs all they care profit not quality
Anonymous - March 11, 2015 at 1:49am
Apple should have a separate power port and a separate usb type-c port.. God, apple computers are like girls, they complicate simple things.
AllroadMatt - March 10, 2015 at 5:45pm
So what happens when you have to charge your MacBook, and transfer data at the same time?
Alex - March 10, 2015 at 9:28pm
I was thinking this. I have an external microphone and a charger and a hard-drive all plugged in at once on my MacBook Pro. I don't know there could be a splitter connector in the near future?
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