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
- Thunderbolt cable sold separately
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
- 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
- Mfr. Part Number: 0G02272
- UPC or EAN No.: 705487189797
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does the G-drive 4 TB Thunderbolt external hard drive come with a thunderbolt cable?
- Asked by Paul C from Philadelphia
- Answered by Marc V
Can a G raid drive be used as a network file server
- Asked by Mark O from Ada
No answers yet
Looking to get into filming weddings. I will have lots of footage. So as not fill Comp HD- will this G drive be quick with final cut x?
- Asked by Gerald M from Cinnaminson
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
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
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