Hands on with LaCie's new USB-C mobile drives designed with the Mac in mind
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Seagate's boutique brand LaCie has introduced several new mobile drives, all connecting over USB-C, and all designed with Mac in mind.
All the new mobile drives come in either space gray or silver aluminum bodies, the former of which are exclusive to Apple Stores and compliiment the space gray Macs.
The mobile SSD has capacities up to 2TB in size whereas the hard drive models can handle up to 5TB.
They each have a diamond-cut design with striking angles unlike any other mobile drives on the market. All drives utilize the USB-C port for connecting, and the fastest max out at 540MB/s.
Of the LaCie mobile drives, the HDDs come with a two-year warranty and the SSDs come with a three-year warranty as well as a three-year subscription to Seagate Data Recovery. Pricing is not yet available.
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