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Nige was right!

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A rather lovely Rugged 160gb HD, with USB2, Firewire, and Firewire
800. Plus it doesn't need an external power supply!!! It does however
give you the option to draw extra power from a USB port. My Photos
are safe again.

540air says:

Neat :)

5th Jul 2007, 12:15

Puddlepuff says:

Somehow,... I'm slightly disapointed,..

5th Jul 2007, 12:21

so basically you carry this around with you, you can empty your camera onto it or video or anything without having it plugged into anything, then when you get home you just plug it into your puter and all is neatly stored? and it's "all terrain", so it has very low gears and phat tyres?

5th Jul 2007, 12:25

nige says:

wooohooo!

they are so great. i knew it as soon as i saw the picture, because i have one of the lego brick HD's by the same manufacturer (was lucky enough to get bought one by my sis. good gal). kinda like the idea of no external power required though. very cool.

5th Jul 2007, 12:34

Steve says:

Alas Para you still need a computer, but my laptop does not have room for 30gig and rising of photos, so this works out nicely.

I have 2 x Lacie D2's and 1 of there Porche ones, I have been really impressed with them.

5th Jul 2007, 12:37

ah. needing a puter somehow makes the "all terrain" bit sound somewhat superfluous, bit like an umbrella on an exercise bike.

5th Jul 2007, 12:56

Steve says:

But it shouldn't get damaged travelling around in a bag which is rather important

5th Jul 2007, 13:14

seaneeboy says:

Oooh. Bouncy. I wouldn't suggest sticking it up your bum though.

5th Jul 2007, 13:24

JokerXL says:

Phew, for a minute there....

5th Jul 2007, 13:58

OJ says:

How butch is that Lacie drive? It's still called a Lacie drive though....

You use one of those for personal photos? How organised....

5th Jul 2007, 14:22

Steve says:

Butch hard drives can have feminine names :)

I do regular backups too!

5th Jul 2007, 15:05

OJ says:

Mine's a Western Digital and I still call it a Lacie drive...

Not that I ever use it.

5th Jul 2007, 15:34

Helen says:

Rather a handsome piece of equipment.

5th Jul 2007, 17:56

Steve says:

Because it's orange :)

14th Jul 2007, 18:54

Ooooo thats cooel

17th Jul 2007, 21:08