LaCie Porsche Design Mobile Drive
Pure Form. Refined Function.
- New USB-C connector for next-generation computers
- Massive capacity in a compact size
- Included USB 3.0 adapter works with PC or Mac®
- Sleek, all-aluminium enclosure by Porsche Design
Porsche Design Form, LaCie Function
Out of a collaboration born in 2003, a trailblazing tech firm and an iconic design house have forged another functional showpiece. The LaCie Porsche Design Desktop Drive welds forward-thinking technology from LaCie with immaculate style from Porsche Design.
"If you analyze the function of an object, its form often becomes obvious." – F.A. Porsche, Designer of the first Porsche 911
USB-C: Not Just New. The Future.
Thanks to USB-C, the LaCie Porsche Design Desktop Drive works with any computer — the one you own and the one you might have on your wish list.
Next-Generation USB-C Computers
No up/down or left/right orientation means there’s no wrong way to connect the USB-C cable.
Any PC/Mac with USB 3.0
Connect to any existing computer using the included USB-C to USB adapter cable.
Fast Transfer Speeds
With 5 Gb/s speeds**, you can drag and drop files and perform backups quickly.
Charge Up & Back Up
More than just data storage. By harnessing the power of USB 3.1, the LaCie Porsche Design Desktop Drive actually charges your USB-C laptop‘s battery. With a single USB-C cable, you can power your notebook and access your drive at the same time. One connection, dual benefits.
Visual Purity, Purely Useful
The LaCie Porsche Design Desktop Drive‘s unique, minimalist style reflects practical design. The all-aluminum enclosure is lightweight but also feels sturdy and substantial in your hands. Rounded corners, high-polish beveled edges, and a sandblast finish combine to form the distinctly Porsche Design contemporary style.
LaCie Porsche Design Desktop Drive
USB-C to USB adapter cable
Quick install guide
* Delivers up to 30W of power to charge compatible laptops such as the Apple® MacBook®.
** Maximum theoretical bus speed.
When referring to drive capacity, one gigabyte, or GB, equals one billion bytes and one terabyte, or TB, equals one thousand billion bytes. Your computer’s operating system may use a different standard of measurement and report a lower capacity. In addition, some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions and will not be available for data storage.