Apple now moved on with USB-C, and it’s nothing unexpected that outsider makers are scrambling to take care of demand for compatible – yet LaCie is no more bizarre to the new port. The company started offering USB-C drives in 2015, as of late reported drives utilizing a similar super-speed SSDs utilized as a part of the new MacBook Pro and has today declared USB-C versions of two of its most famous drives
The Rugged Thunderbolt USB-C is the most recent version of the quickly noticeable orange-clad portable drive design to withstand knocks and falls. It will be accessible in both SSD and hard drive variations, the SSD models offering a versions of 500GB and 1TB capacities, while the turning metal edition will come in 2/4/5TB alternatives.
LaCie says that the 1TB SSD version give speeds of up to 510MB/s, a 30 percent increase over the past model. Pricing begins at $250.
The d2 desktop drive is 10% quicker than the past version, its 7200rpm hard drive available in 6TB, 8TB and 10TB volumes. With extra USB-C ports, you’ll have the capacity to daisy-chain numerous drives. Price begins at $430 for the 6TB variant.
LaCie hasn’t uncovered precisely when you’ll have the access to get your hands on the new models, yet says that both drives will be available at some time this quarter. The previous models of the Rugged Drive starts from $99, while the USB 3.0 version of the d2 begins from around $140.