Pros Trust the Rugged Family.
Since 2005, LaCie Rugged® portable hard drives have thrived where only the toughest survive—the film sets, photo shoots, and music studios of the world’s most influential creative pros. Why? Because LaCie Rugged products are the industry’s most trusted way to capture and transport data in the field.
Rugged Drives for All-Terrain Reliability.
From IP67-rated extreme water resistance to drop, rain, dust, and crush resistance—it’s durability like this that keeps photographers and filmmakers coming back for Rugged drives. Compact, sturdy, and ready for anything, they’re the ideal solution for transporting data on set, in the studio, and into the hands of your clients.
USB-C Recording with Select Cameras
When working with bigger video formats, the need for fast, reliable, and high-capacity storage is essential. Plug in a Rugged SSD and know that it won’t get bogged down trying to keep up with your creative flow. Plus, when compared with high-end media cards, a Rugged SSD is a far more affordable option. Take a look at what LaCie drives are compatible with your camera. Learn more
Thunderbolt 3/4, USB-C, and USB 3.0 Ready
A common scenario: You need to edit and deliver a project to a client, but you use a USB-C Macbook Pro and they use a USB 3.0 computer. What do you do? Simple—go for Rugged. This family of drives works with USB4, USB 3.0, Thunderbolt™ 4, and Thunderbolt™ 3, so that you can edit, collaborate, and share seamlessly.
Spacious Hard Drives.
Say goodbye to long, drawn out transfers. Rugged hard drives, RAID solutions, and SSDs feature a variety of high capacity, high-speeds, and even NVMe-boosted performance so that you’re no longer at the time-stealing mercy of RAW image files and high-resolution video. Transfer, edit, and hit your deadlines—faster.
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Encrypted Drives for Extra Protection.
Select Rugged drives come with government-grade AES-256 self-encryption thanks to Seagate Secure™ Technology—ensuring your ideas and hard work stay safe from unauthorized access and intellectual property theft.
Rescue Data Recovery Services
We’ve Got Your Back
When the unexpected happens—like water damage or natural disaster—Rescue Services help you defend against data loss and retrieval costs so you can rest easier.1
Edit with Creative Cloud
Turn RAW footage into flawless production with one-month complimentary membership to Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps plan.2
Explore the entire collection of desktop and mobile apps—ranging from essentials like Adobe Photoshop CC and Premiere Pro CC to innovative new tools for photography, 3D compositing, and more.
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Are you a filmmaker or DIT? Get high-speed FireCuda NVMe SSD performance, tackle any terrain with extreme water and drop resistance, and maintain work confidentiality with encrypted redundancy.
(Available in SSD)
Rugged SSD Pro
Craving max Thunderbolt 3 speeds? Rugged SSD Pro delivers with NVMe-boosted performance of up to 2800MB/s for fast high-res editing and rendering, plus extreme water and drop resistance in a palm-sized form factor.
(Available in SSD)
Rugged RAID Shuttle
Need to strategically pack gear and ship out projects? This high-capacity drive is built wide and flat for bags and envelopes. It’s even self-encrypting for added protection and hardware RAID 0/1 lets you control capacity/speed vs. redundancy.
Rugged RAID Pro
Want to transfer files ASAP? With an embedded SD card slot, you can. Plus, hardware RAID 0/1 allows you to control capacity/speed vs. redundancy.
Need to keep your projects confidential? This drive has your back with self-encrypting Seagate Secure™ Technology to protect content from unauthorized access.
Want an ultra-compact hard drive that works with USB-C and USB 3.0 and has loads of space? This is the drive for you.
- USB-C cable
1Not available in all countries.
3Minimum System Requirements: iPad OS 14 or later, iPad Pro 3rd generation/iPad Air 4th generation and higher.
4Actual data rates may vary depending on operating environment and other factors, such as chosen interface, RAID mode, and disk capacity.