G-Technology 2TB G-DRIVE mobile USB-C/USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive
G-Technology’s G-DRIVE mobile portable hard drive offers a plug-and-play USB port and transfer speeds up to 130 MBps — along with plenty of capacity to back up or take your favourite videos, photos, music and documents with you wherever you go. And it’s all wrapped in a sleek aluminium design that stylishly complements your Mac.
Stylish, aluminium design to complement your Mac
Plenty of portable storage capacity
Plug-and-play USB connectivity
Support for Time Machine backup and FileVault disk encryption
USB-C or USB-A compatible
Three-year limited warranty
What’s in the Box
G-Technology G-DRIVE mobile Portable Hard Drive
USB-C to USB-micro-B cable (for Mac with USB-C connectivity)
USB-A to USB-micro-B cable (for Mac with USB-A connectivity)
Quick start guide
Other Features: Time Machine compatible
Connections: USB, USB-C
Power Source: Bus Powered
Height: 1.1 cm/0.4 in
Length: 8.2 cm/3.23 in.
Width: 11 cm/4.3 in.
Weight: 136 g/4.8 oz.
Operating System: macOS 10.10 or later, Windows 10, 8.1, 7 (via reformat)
Mfr. Part Number: 0G6076
UPC or EAN No.: 705487206371
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Warranty: Three-year limited
Answers from the community
can you icloud from your iphone to a hard drive?
- Asked by JOAN L E from Los Angeles
- on 11-Apr-2018
Not to this hard drive
- Answered by Jennifer K
- on 9-May-2018
How do I read files stored from a Mac on a PC?
- Asked by Collados C from Walnut Creek
- on 2-Feb-2018
I would connect a drive that can be used by both Mac and PC. Copy the files onto the drive and then I would connect a drive that can be used by both Mac and PC. Copy the files onto the drive and then plug the drive into the PC to read them. The drive needs to be formatted so it can be used by both - ExFAT (if files are larger than 4GB) or MS-DOS(FAT) or FAT32 if files are smaller. Some drives come in this format already. I formatted one drive so most was being used by Time Machine (so Mac only) and than the rest for use by both in case I wanted to copy stuff across.
- Answered by Barbara C from Newport
- on 7-Feb-2018
Will this work on a Macbook Air? It's a gift for our daughter.
- Asked by Leigh B from Sandy
- on 12-Dec-2017
Yes it will. I am using it it with mine and it works perfectly.
- Answered by Alain L from Kelowna
- on 20-Dec-2017