The Freecom Mobile Drive Mg has been designed to complement your MacBook – both in terms of look and technical specifications. This external hard drive boasts sleek magnesium casing, Thunderbolt interface and is Time Machine-compatible, meaning that you can back up or upload data at super-fast speeds. The Freecom Mobile Drive Mg is formatted for Mac HFS+ and can be used with your MacBook or Mac from the moment you connect it.
- Complements the sleek design of your Mac and MacBook
- Lightweight magnesium casing
- Thunderbolt interface ensures super-fast transfer speeds (10 Gbit/s)
- Time Machine-compatible
- Powered via the USB or Thunderbolt port on your MacBook or Mac
- No cooling fan for quiet operation
- HFS+ formatted to work with your Mac straight out of the box
- USB 3.0 interface for high-speed USB file access
Did you notice?The Mobile Drive Mg features the latest Thunderbolt interface, allowing you to back up or upload your files at super-fast speeds.
Apple Recommends ForBacking up important data with Apple’s Time Machine software at Thunderbolt speeds.
What's in the Box?
- Freecom Mobile Mg Thunderbolt/USB 3.0 Hard Drive
- Thunderbolt cable
- USB 3.0 cable
- Quick install guide
- Other Features: Sleep Mode, Time Machine compatible
- Connections: Thunderbolt, USB 2.0, USB 3.0
- Power Source: Bus Powered
- Height: 15 mm/0.6 in.
- Width: 81 mm/3.19 in.
- Weight: 175 g
- Length: 129 mm/5.08 in.
- OS X 10.4 or later
- PowerPC G4/G5 or Intel Mac
- 512MB RAM
- Thunderbolt or USB 3.0/2.0 port
- Mfr. Part Number: 36947
- UPC or EAN No.: 4021801369475
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is it fast enough to run VMFusion windows images from this disk ?
- Asked by Damien S
- Jul 18, 2013
Is this drive backwards compatible with USB 2.0?
- Asked by Robin L from Peterborough
- Apr 26, 2013