LaCie intros Porsche Design drive for Macs with SSD and USB 3.0, helps the speed match the name
Porsche Design may not be directly involved in building German supercars, but there are certain expectations to be met, aren’t there? LaCie is rolling out a new version of its Porsche Design hard drive skewed towards Mac owners that should offer more of the performance you’d associate with the automotive brand. The P’9223 Slim SSD is a third thinner than its ancestor but carries the option of a 120GB SSD that makes the most of the USB 3.0 port. If all runs well, nearly any Mac launched in 2012 can shuttle data along at a brisk 400MB per second. Demanding Mac fans will need to pay $150 for the flash-based edition to have the P’9223 feel truly Porsche-like; others only have to spend $100 if they’re content with the Volkswagen pace of a 500GB spinning drive.
Pubblicato il 25/10/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag apple, external hard drive, flash, flash storage, FlashStorage, LaCie, lacie p9223, lacie p9223 slim, lacie p9223 slim ssd, LacieP9223Slim, mac, p9223 slim ssd, Porsche, porsche design, solid state drive, Solid-stateDrive, SSD, storage, usb, usb 3.0, Usb3.0. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.