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Old 04-07-2016, 01:16 PM
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I still like the LaCie D2 line - I have one of their recent units here, and it's been a good drive.

This unit http://amzn.to/1Vj1KRU is a 3TB USB3 model, and while there are Thunderbolt models as well, they're far more expensive (and probably not worth it).
I like it too. (FWIW, I've always had good luck with the LaCie brand. I do recognize, however, that there is indeed a lot of "luck" involved, inasmuch as LaCie doesn't manufacture the platters, but buys them from Seagate, Western Digital, etc. What you get, therefore, pretty much depends on "timing": What's in LaCie's warehouse when it assembles its hard drives.

I have a 2TB Porsche Design (given to me by Apple when they replaced a defective iMac several years back) that has been serving me well. Any thoughts about the current 3TB version? (http://tinyurl.com/h25maw5)?
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