75
Global
Score
75

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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PC Mag says:

The LaCie Rugged Mini is a speedy USB 3.0 drive that will shrug off a taxing daily commute in a clumsy student's backpack. But it's not ideal for a six-week Outward Bound adventure on the Ross Ice Shelf.
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Design and form factor
7.0
Durability
7.0
Speed
7.0
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Specs

Rugged

Type
Portable hard drive
Storage space
500 GB
Drive type
Platter
USB
yes
FireWire / 1394
no
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Specs

Rugged

Type
Portable hard drive
Storage space
500 GB
Drive type
Platter
USB
yes
FireWire / 1394
no
View Full Specs
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