The G-Technology G-RAID Thunderbolt Hard Drive helps you get the most out of your professional content-creation applications. It's 12 times faster than FireWire 800, providing the raw speed that you need for media driven workflows and editing.
- Ultra-fast, high-performance Thunderbolt interface technology
- Double the data transfer rates of USB 3.0 and more than 12 times faster than FireWire 800
- RAID 0 for maximum performance
- Supports multi-stream HDV, DVCPro HD, XDCAM HD, ProRes 422 and uncompressed SD workflows
- Dual Thunderbolt ports for easy access and daisy-chaining up to six Thunderbolt compatible peripherals
- Time Machine-ready, plug-and-play setup on Mac OS X
- 7200 RPM drive technology
- Solid all-aluminium case for excellent durability
Did you notice?To use this Thunderbolt drive with your Mac, you'll need a Thunderbolt cable, sold separately.
Apple Recommends ForManaging multi-stream HDV, uncompressed SD and other high-capacity workflows on your Mac with ease.
What's in the Box?
- G-Technology G-RAID Thunderbolt Hard Drive
- Power cable
- Mains adapter
- Quick start guide
- Thunderbolt cable
- Other Features: Kensington Port, RAID Support, Time Machine Compatible, Upgradeable / Expandable
- Connections: Thunderbolt
- Power Source: External power supply
- Height: 85.7 mm/3.37 in.
- Width: 130 mm/5.12 in.
- Length: 235 mm/9.25 in.
- OS X 10.6 or later
- UPC or EAN No.: 705487190014
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service. The documentation and packaging for this product is in English.
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Can a G raid drive be used as a network file server
- Asked by Mark O from Ada
Not as it ships out of the box. You can of course (and this applies to any Mac) add the drive to a M Not as it ships out of the box. You can of course (and this applies to any Mac) add the drive to a Mac and use the drive as a shared volume. You could choose to have the Mac it's attached to provide this service using Mac OS File Sharing, or if you have more sophisticated needs you could install the Mac OS Server version of the system software.
Whilst I haven't used this particular product in such a set up I do run two networks where I have large RAID systems attached to Mac Minis which run headless and act as servers for the networks. …
- Answered by Keith G from Lee Mill
does the G-drive 4 TB Thunderbolt external hard drive come with a thunderbolt cable?
- Asked by Paul C from Philadelphia
Yes. I just ordered mine and it came in today. It was the first thing in the box
- Answered by Jake C from Springfield
is it compatible with os 10.9 with no problems?
- Asked by Oliver B
No answers yet
Can I use this with my mini server & can I allow access for storage and max number chained linked together bought for iTunes backup used 1TB 7TB left
- Asked by Allan B from Gold Coast
How noisy is this in operation?
- Asked by Mark F
I have one of these and it sits in the cabinet below the iMac.
I have not noticed it making any noi I have one of these and it sits in the cabinet below the iMac.
I have not noticed it making any noise at all so i would say its very very quiet in operation.
All in all a fantastic bit of kit …
- Answered by Paul P
is it RAID 5 capable
- Asked by Stephen L from Manchester
No. This device is RAID-0. For RAID-5 you would need a min of 3 and preferably 4 drives. The G-SPEED No. This device is RAID-0. For RAID-5 you would need a min of 3 and preferably 4 drives. The G-SPEED-Q is the one for you if want RAID 5. …
- Answered by Mark V from Idaho Falls