LaCie 2big RAID 4TB

SKU: STHJ4000800

LaCie 4TB 2big 2-Bay designed for video, photo and audio production as well as graphic design.

Key Features

Up to 16TB of desktop RAID storage
Transfer speeds of up to 440MB/s
7200-RPM/64MB cache (or greater) IronWolf® Pro enterprise-class hard drives
Innovative design with 2-bay RAID for reliability
LaCie® Toolkit offers step-by-step RAID configuration
LaCie RAID Manager monitors drive
Backed by 5-year Rescue Data Recovery Services

Product Overview

Ideal for creative professionals who need reliable photo backup andseamless video editing, 2big RAID delivers up to 16TB of trusted desktopstorage. Easy-to-configure hardware RAID 0/1 enables versatile speed,capacity, and data redundancy, while LaCie RAID Manager sends alertsabout drive and system health. IronWolf Pro drives support fast, smoothworkflows with 7200-RPM performance and long-term reliability. Hotswappable drives are easy to replace when needed, even while 2bigRAID is running. And if a natural disaster or accident strikes, rest easywith 5-year Rescue Data Recovery Services.

Professional RAID Made Easy


Fast Performance: Speeds of up to 440MB/s enable fast large-filetransfers and seamless 4K video editing.
Loads of Capacity: Offering up to 16TB of storage for large-scaleprojects and long-term archiving.
Hot-Swappable Drives: Easily remove and replace drives while2big is still operating.
Simple RAID Configuration: New to RAID? LaCie Toolkit offersstep-by-step assistance with setup. For the best speeds andcapacity, choose RAID 0. For data redundancy, choose RAID 1.
Universal Compatibility: With a USB-C port for the latest computersand a USB 3.0 adapter, connecting to a variety of devices is easy.


System Requirements

Computer with a Thunderbolt™ 3, USB-C, USB 3.0, or USB 2.0 port
Latest version of Mac OS® 10.12 or later / Latest version of Windows 10 or later
Minimum free disk space: 600MB recommended
What's Included

LaCie® 2big RAID
USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gb/s) cable
USB 3.0 cable
External power supply
Quick Install Guide