G-Technology 10TB G-DRIVE with Thunderbolt

BH #GT0G05024 • MFR #0G05024-1
G-Technology
G-Technology 10TB G-DRIVE with Thunderbolt
Key Features
  • 10TB Storage Capacity
  • Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 Ports
  • Up to 245 MB/s Data Transfer Speed
  • AC Powered
The 10TB G-DRIVE with Thunderbolt from G-Technology is an external 7200 rpm hard drive complete with a 64MB cache . The enclosure of this drive features both Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 ports, allowing you to connect this drive to a variety of computer configurations. Once connected, the drive is capable of data transfer speeds of up to 245 MB/s making it the ideal storage solution for a variety of data-intensive applications.
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G-Technology G-DRIVE Thunderbolt Overview

The 10TB G-DRIVE with Thunderbolt from G-Technology is an external 7200 rpm hard drive complete with a 64MB cache . The enclosure of this drive features both Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 ports, allowing you to connect this drive to a variety of computer configurations. Once connected, the drive is capable of data transfer speeds of up to 245 MB/s making it the ideal storage solution for a variety of data-intensive applications.

The drive itself comes pre-formatted for use with Mac computers running Mac OS 10.7 and higher, and can easily be reformatted for use with PCs running Windows 8 or Windows 7. In addition to Mac compatibility, the G-DRIVE is also compatible with Apple Time Machine for easy backup of your critical system information and other important data files. The 10TB G-DRIVE with Thunderbolt operates using a 100-240 VAC power adapter.

Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 ports for high-speed data transfers
Enhanced 10TB storage capacity perfect for storing a variety of files
Integrated heat-sink for near silent operation and cooling
Apple Time Machine compatible
High performance 7200 rpm SATA III drive with up to 64MB cache

G-Technology Brings ArmorLock App to Android

Enjoy next-generation security with the G-Technology ArmorLock SSD and the ArmorLock app-now available for Android devices. The app allows you to control access and manage users of the drive as well as track where the drive was last used. You can unlock the drive with your phone, work with multiple drives, access secure erase and self-formatting options, and more to keep your data secure.

G-Technology G-DRIVE Thunderbolt Specs

External Enclosure
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.015 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.35 x 9.1 x 4.35"
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