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Professional High-Performance Dual-Drive Storage System G-RAID with Thunderbolt, designed specifically for professional content creation applications, features the most powerful, flexible I/O technology ever. At double the data transfer rates of USB 3.0 and over 12 times faster than Firewire 800, no other PC I/O interface can match the raw speed of Thunderbolt now available in G-Technology's leading RAID solution.
Product Title: G-Technology G-RAID GRATHNB40002BAB DAS Array - 2 x HDD Installed - 4 TB Installed HDD Capacity
Power Score: 4.2 | 14 Reviews
Height: 3.4 in
Width: 5.1 in
Depth: 9.3 in
Warranty Information: 3 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Cache Size: 64 MB
Capacity: 4 TB
Interface Connection: Thunderbolt Socket
Interface Type: Thunderbolt Serial ATA/600
Rotational Speed: 7200 RPM
Drive Type: DAS Array
Hard Drive RPM: 7200
RAID Support: Yes
Number of Total Expansion Bays: 2
Number of 2.5" Bays: No
Number of 2.5"/3.5" Bays: No
Drive Interface: Serial ATA/600
Number of 5.25" Bays: No
Total Hard Drive Capacity Install: 4 TB
Number of Hard Drive Support: 2
Number of Hard Drive Install: 2
Product Reviews (12)
No perceived support for PC
Bad move by G-tech not supporting a solid platform
By Jimpie on Adorama - Oct 8, 2013
I had problem using firewire 800 and pro res HQ footage (I keep getting the spinning wheel) but with this unit and thunderbolt the problem was resolved as footage move fast between hard drive and computer.
By hamid on Adorama - Jul 30, 2013
Great performance but the front light stays on unless you power down the unit. Plus the noise level is higher than I expected. Can't beat the speed, though.
By Manny's Valet on Adorama - Jun 7, 2013
Don't even think about it, Get This now
I just got my G Raid drive thunderbolt and this unit absolutely complements my iMac beautifully. it's extremely fast and very reliable.
By skasol on Adorama - May 15, 2013
Typical G-Tech: amazing!
Been working with the 4 TB Thunderbolt G-Raid for a few months now. It flies, it's rock solid. Love it.
By CurtPhoto on Adorama - Apr 26, 2013