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LaCie 2big Thunderbolt series available now in 4TB and 6TB sizes

Mat Smith, @thatmatsmith
February 15, 2012
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The aluminum-encased 2big has arrived, with its (up to) 311 MB/s transfer rates scorching the ground behind it. With hot-swappable disks and dual Thunderbolt ports for daisy chaining, the Portal-esque 2big is on sale now from LaCie's online store with a three-year warranty. Prices start from $649 for 4TB, moving up to $799 for 6TB. Those looking for the king-size 8TB model should hold onto their wallets for now-- it's listed on Lacie's product page, but apparently not available just yet.

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2big Thunderbolt Series Available for Purchase

LaCie is excited to announce availability of the 2big Thunderbolt™
Series. With speeds up to 327MB/s, the Thunderbolt interface delivers
speeds three times faster than FireWire 800. For data transfer gurus,
that means 1TB of data – that's nearly 235,000 MP3's, 750 iTunes
movies, or more than 450,000 photos* - can be transferred in less than
an hour! Furthermore, you can daisy chain multiple 2big Thunderbolt
devices to increase overall performance.

For an illustrative perspective, check out the 2big Thunderbolt Series
video: The LaCie 2big Thunderbolt™ Series

The LaCie 2big Thunderbolt Series also features:

• RAID flexibility: speed or security with Mac® OS
• Hot-swappable drives for easy replacement
• Aluminum heat sink design for efficient cooling

















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