G-Technology has refreshed its line-up of G-Drive, G-RAID and G-Speed products with 8 TB and 10 TB hard drives.
The company said the new products will help users keep up with the performance demands of video workflow at 4K and beyond both in the studio and on location.
At the top of the line, the company's eight-bay G-Speed Shuttle XL with Thunderbolt 2 now offers a maximum of 80 TB of capacity and a data-transfer rate of up to 1,350 MB/sec for $10,000. The G-Speed Shuttle XL is "transportable," meaning that it has an integrated handle and a case that fits into an overhead compartment on an airplane. The less-portable G-Speed Studio XL with Thunderbolt is also a little less expensive, offering the same 80 TB of space and 1,350 MB/sec speed for $9,000.
The G-RAID with Thunderbolt 2 is now available with 20 TB of capacity and supports transfer rates of up to 480 MB/second. It has USB 3.0 in addition to Thunderbolt, making it a flexible option for PC users, too. (All of G-Technology's drives are pre-formatted for Mac but can be reformatted for PC.) And the G-Drive with Thunderbolt is $700 for a 10 TB version with up to 245 MB/sec of transfer bandwidth. If you don't use Thunderbolt, the USB 3.0-only version is $600.
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