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LaCie1TB Little Big Disk Thunderbolt SSD

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Excellent Drive

By German

from Dallas, TX

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Comments about LaCie 1TB Little Big Disk Thunderbolt SSD:

I used a pair of these for a project delivering high definition images to the data projectors via mac laptops. They were excellent, and dealt with the pressure of performance without a hitch. I'll definitely buy this model again because of the sheer speed and reliability it offers.

  • Primary use:
  • Personal

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


Super Fast Data Drive For My MacBook Pro

By osks

from South Africa

Comments about LaCie 1TB Little Big Disk Thunderbolt SSD:

Super performance and outstanding quality lacked into a very small package

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)


Satisfied - Solved My Problem.

By Chris M

from Raleigh, NC

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  • Durable
  • Fast Connectivity
  • Quiet
  • Reliable
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Laptops
    • Large Projects
    • Multimedia
    • Travel

    Comments about LaCie 1TB Little Big Disk Thunderbolt SSD:

    I'm giving a 5 star rating b/c this solved my problem and even at this price, it was much better price than other 1TB SSD Thunderbolt Drives. I purchased one of the new 27" iMacs w/ a 3TB Fusion Drive. I need Windows to run my business so I have always used BootCamp. Unfortunately, Apple didn't warn that you can't run Bootcamp on the 3TB Fusion Drive. Pro'sMuch better deal than purchasing a 512GB or Smaller SSD.I get Read/Write Speeds at 480MBS.Small enough to be portable.Two Thunderbolt Ports to allow daisy chaining.ConsEven Though this is a SSD drive it does have a fan which you can hear. It's not loud by external hard drive standards but I record screencasts and there is a background noise. I'll be purchasing a longer Thunderbolt cable so I can put it in a cabinet.Side Note:Even though Apple won't let you run Windows natively (via BootCamp) from an external drive, with 24GB or Ram and 2GB of Video Memory I can run Windows intensive applications via Parallels and with the 2GB Video card I use the 27" iMac display and 2 other 27" Apple external displays and it works great. I allocate 12GB or Ram, and 1GB of Video Memory to parallels.

    • Primary use:
    • Business
    • Computer Platform:
    • Mac

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