A creative's best friend
Seagate’s LaCie brand is instantly recognisable to creatives across the world. From small scale photoshoots to cinematic masterpieces, LaCie drives have seen it all at some point.
You might recognise them as the little orange drives that append themselves to a desk, squirrelled away in someone’s kit bag and being passed about like a note at school but they are so much more.
LaCie’s products don’t stop at their Rugged drives, they also encompass expendable external storage arrays such as their powerful and reliable Big series and showcase their strong industry partnerships with the likes of SmallRig making accessories like camera mounting brackets for their drives.
Protection means peace of mind
Your content is everything and LaCie know it. Nobody can afford to lose a single shot let alone a whole days shooting or even a project. And sadly, you can lose it all in a second - from accidental file deletion and viruses to damaging malware, power surges, water damage, and more. That’s why with LaCie’s latest professional line of solutions, you’ll benefit from more than exquisite drive performance - you’ll be armed with Rescue Data Recovery Services.
All causes for data loss are covered. Their 90% success rate makes them industry leaders in data recovery. Expect exceptional customer service, always. Data recovery can cost thousands. With the LaCie Rescue Plan, you’re covered.
Expand your creativity
All of LaCie’s products now come with a one-month complimentary membership to Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps plan.*
Explore the entire collection of desktop and mobile apps — ranging from essentials like Adobe Photoshop CC and Premiere Pro CC to innovative new tools for photography, 3D compositing, and more
Speed without compromise
LaCie storage is available to any workflow. With both Thunderbolt and USB drives you don’t need to compromise when it comes to the speed of your storage.
LaCie’s focus on bringing creators the fastest possible speeds has resulted in embracing USB C and Thunderbolt 3, both bringing massive increases to transfer speeds across all their major products.
Thunderbolt was developed by Intel and originally utilised a repurposed Display Port connection to bring faster speeds than USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 for Macs.
Since the introduction of USB-C, Thunderbolt made the switch to that form factor and now both Windows and Mac can achieve speeds of 40GB/s during transfer, utilise peripherals and "daisy chain" multiple devices together for increased storage and connection options.