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LaCie and Porsche Design announced the new Porsche Design USB Key. It is the latest inclusion to Porsche Design's exclusive LaCie electronics line. The LaCie Porsche Design USB Key is one of the few ultra-portable devices on the market to feature up to 32GB of capacity and USB 3.0 speed.

The LaCie Porsche Design USB Key is one of the smallest USB 3.0 keys available. Despite its small footprint, the key exudes Porsche Design's esthetic and drives incredible performance up to 95MB/s. It is also durable enough to withstand daily use thanks to the slim steel construction and scratch-resistant connector. While on a business trip, users can conveniently access, securely store and easily share large documents or media files in seconds.

The USB key joins LaCie's line of Porsche Design storage devices. LaCie's Porsche Design series is credited for its sleek lines and minimalist style. 

LaCie's Private/Public software protects confidential data stored on the LaCie Porsche Design USB Key. Even in case of loss, theft or unauthorized access, files are secured with AES 256-bit encryption and password protection. For added accessibility and off-site backup, the LaCie Porsche Design USB Key comes with one-to-one capacity of Wuala Secure Cloud Storage for one year.

"Porsche Design's electronics series is an elite group of products that represent timeless design and influential technology. The LaCie Porsche Design USB Key embodies that by combining high-speed performance with a compelling and usable design," said Juergen Gessler, chief executive of the Porsche Design Group.

The LaCie Porsche Design USB Key is available in 16GB and 32GB capacities through the LaCie Online Store and LaCie Resellers starting at $29.99. It comes with a 2-year limited warranty.

Tags: LaCie, Porsche, Porsche Design, USB, NAND, Flash

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