Part of G-Technology's Evolution Series, G-DRIVE ev is a flexible, ruggedized* USB 3.0 hard drive with a transfer rate of up to 136 MB/s. You can use it as a standalone device or paired with an Evolution Series G-DOCK ev to optimize your creative workflows.
- High-speed USB 3.0 interface
- Up to 136 MB/sec transfer rates
- Pair with G-DOCK ev or one of multiple adapters to work with a variety of interfaces
- Capture, transfer, and distribute—all with one storage solution
- Bus-powered hub eliminates the need for a separate power connection
- Works with Time Machine, plug-and-play setup on Mac OS
- Stylish aluminum case
Did you notice?Place this drive in a G-DOCK ev to increase capacity and take advantage of the Thunderbolt interface.
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What's in the Box?
- G-Technology G-DRIVE ev hard drive
- USB 3.0 Cable (compatible with USB 2.0)
- Quick start guide
- Other Features: Time Machine compatible
- Connections: USB 3.0
- Power Source: Bus Powered, USB
- Height: 0.65 in./1.65 cm
- Width: 5.12 in./13 cm
- Weight: 10.08 oz./285.76 g
- Length: 3.31 in./8.41 cm
- Mac OS v10.6 or later
- Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (via reformat)
- Mfr. Part Number: 0G02723
- UPC or EAN No.: 705487192049
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- Warranty: Three-year limited
- *Can withstand a 3.3-foot/1-meter drop to a carpeted concrete floor.
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Answers from the community
is this drive bootable? can it be used in place ot the internal drive?
- Asked by Allan F from Las Vegas
All USB hard drives will work as a bootable drive for Macs with an Intel CPU. If you have a PowerPC All USB hard drives will work as a bootable drive for Macs with an Intel CPU. If you have a PowerPC based CPU, you will need an external drive that has FireWire. …
- Answered by Rob D from Fulton
Has anyone else had any experience with this unit?
- Asked by Jack N from Herald