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Lacie has just introduced the latest hard drives that will satisfy all of your needs. If you edit with Avid, Final Cut Pro or Adobe Priemer, theses hard drives will fit your needs. Fully loaded with all the best interfaces:  eSATA 3Gbits, FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB 2.0. This all-in-one professional hard disk offers universal connectivity for PC and Mac users. They are offered in 320gb, 500gb, 750gb and the massive 1tb. The unique, fanless aluminum heat sink design with 60% more surface area for heat dissipation keeps it quiet and safe. Perfect for digital content creation, audio/video editing, DVD authoring, and web animation, etc., the d2 Quadra can handle multiple demanding professional tasks. It can be daisy-chained via FireWire or connected to your DV camera and is even bootable in FireWire for Mac and in eSATA for Mac/PC.

  • Quadruple interface for full PC/Mac compatibility
  • Superior burst transfer rates up to 115MB/s (eSATA)
  • Sturdy aluminum d2 heat sink & ergonomic design   
Check out this latest hard drive from LaCie and give your editing bay the space it deserves.



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