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LaCie Starck Desktop Hard Drive (1TB)


RRP: $199
EOFY Price: $144


Another gem from LaCie is the 1TB Starck – a stylish alternative dull looking external hard drives. Apart from the striking design by French designer Philippe Starck, this LaCie drive is highly durable and somewhat competitive in read and write speeds compared to similar models.

The sleek design includes a touch-sensitive front panel that is a cool little addition for those who are bored of typical drives. Most importantly, the drive is now one of the top hard drives to pick up for its cost per gigabyte. The 3.75 star unit can be picked up at a super-low 14c/GB at just $144.

Read our LaCie Starck Desktop Hard Drive (1TB) review

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