LaCie unveils first 5 TB external hard drives

LaCie unveils first 5 TB external hard drives

The company LaCie, a maker of RAID solutions and other recording devices, has announced that its 5big Thunderbolt Series, 2big Thunderbolt Series and d2 Thunderbolt Series come with 5 TB hard drives at 7200 rpm, allowing the construction of 25 TB RAID solutions.

The new 5 TB hard drives will perfectly meet the demands imposed by videos, movies and photography and deliver more capacity in the same compact design and at lowered power consumption. The drives reach 785 MB/sec of transfer speed and can be easily paired with a Thunderbolt-enabled computer to easily drive 4K resolutions. These drives can also be found in the LaCie 2big Quadra and d2 Quadra solutions with all the products listed online for an immediate purchase

All LaCie products come with a three year limited warranty but it can be expanded if you wish for some extra money.

Source: LaCie

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