LaCie Announces Porsche Design External Hard Drives

Posted by at 12:20 am on June 28, 2011

Maker of high-style external hard drives LaCie has partnered with Porsche Design on two new external hard drives. Both are available with USB 3.0 for faster transfer speeds and include the LaCie Porsche Design Mobile Hard Drive P’9220 and the LaCie Porsche Design Desktop Hard Drive P’9230. Each has a brushed aluminum exterior that is efficient at wicking away heat and is completely recyclable.

Each is compatible with either PCs or Macs thanks to included software that also includes backup utilities. There is an eco mode for saving power when the drive is idle, a password protection feature, and 10GB of online storage from LaCie’s own Wuala cloud service.

The P’9220 will be available in 500GB and 1TB capacities from LaCie, while a 750GB version will be sold at Porsche Design stores. The 500GB model listed thus far is priced at $105. The P’9230 is available in a 1TB model for $120 and 2TB for $160.

1 Comment for “LaCie Announces Porsche Design External Hard Drives”

  1. […] LaCie has quietly pushed back the arrival date of its anticipated Thunderbolt-enabled Little Big Disk to late fall/early winter of this year with no explanation. It had originally been planned for this summer. Originally announced in late February shortly after the announcement of Thunderbolt and Apple support, the drive was demoed in April at the NAB show. […]

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