LaCie Launches 2nd Generation USB 3.0 Storage for New MacBooks

Posted August 5, 2012 at 10:06am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 7581 views

LaCie announced today that it has updated its entire USB 3.0 portfolio to include 2nd generation USB 3.0 products.

LaCie has re-engineered its USB 3.0 range to take full advantage of computers that include the Intel Ivy Bridge processor with native USB 3.0 interfaces. LaCie's new USB 3.0 storage solutions will also benefit from performance enhancements within OS X Lion and Mountain Lion. Thanks to UAS (USB Attached SCSI Protocol), people with the latest Macbook Air, Macbook Pro and Macbook Pro with Retina Display will experience maximum USB 3.0 performance.

"At LaCie we're dedicated to USB 3.0. As a result, we've been able to deliver the widest range of USB 3.0 storage peripherals on the market," said Erwan Girard, Professional Business Unit Manager, LaCie. "We've leveraged the exhaustive expertise of demanding content creators to develop best in class products for Mac users. LaCie's 2nd generation USB 3.0 products will exceed expectation and deliver the fastest, most seamless user experience available."

Everything from cables and USB keys, to professional RAID storage solutions have been re-engineered for advanced performances. LaCie's recently announced RuggedKey achieves top speeds up to 150MB/s in 32GB of flash memory – making it one of the fastest USB keys on the market. LaCie's popular Rugged Triple, and Porsche Design P'9223 and P'9233 have also been optimized for Mac and are available in Apple retail.

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