LaCie 2big Dock USB-C 32TB Thunderbolt 3 USB 3.0
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- Dual Thunderbolt 3 ports
- SD and CF card slots
- USB 3.0 and USB 3.1 hub
- Compatibility with DisplayPort 720p, 1080p and 4K
- IronWolf Pro 7200RPM enterprise-class drives with 64MB cache
- Power delivery for MacBook charging
- RAID 0, 1
- LaCie 2big Dock USB-C 32TB Thunderbolt 3 USB 3.0
- LaCie 2big Dock Thunderbolt RAID Storage
- Thunderbolt 3 cable (USB-C compatible)
- USB 3.0 adapter (USB 2.0 compatible)
- External power supply
- Quick installation guide
- Full Lacie Warranty
More Than Storage
If you think outside of the box, so should your storage. The LaCie 2big Dock Thunderbolt™ 3 delivers everything you expect from our products—high capacity, lighting-fast speeds, and enterprise-class drives—but it’s more than that. Port by port, slot by slot, we designed a powerful docking station that gives back to you everything that modern laptops took away.
It’s the Heartbeat of Your Workflow
SD and CF Card Slots: directly ingest files from your drone, DSLR, GoPro®, and other devices (cards sold separately).
Dual Thunderbolt 3 Ports: daisy chain up to 5 additional LaCie 2big drives or other Thunderbolt or USB-C solutions.
USB 3.0 Hub: charge your phone or connect a shuttle drive or digital camera to offload footage or files.
DisplayPort and USB 3.1 Port: connect to high-resolution 720-1080p and 4K displays. Using USB 3.1, enjoy universal compatibility with USB-C and USB 3.0 computers via the included adapter cable.
Capacity for storing hundreds of hours of 4K footage or thousands of raw images. 1
Speeds up to 490MB/s. 1 for transferring 1 hour of footage in 1 minute
Simple RAID Configuration and Monitoring
Whether you’re new to RAID or a seasoned pro, LaCie Toolkit offers step-by-step assistance in getting 2big set up. For full speed and capacity, choose RAID 0 (stripe mode). For data redundancy, choose RAID 1 (mirror mode).
LaCie RAID Manager allows for advanced configuration and drive monitoring. So if a drive looks unhealthy, you’ll get an alert.