G-Technology 12TB G-RAID with Thunderbolt 3 Hard Drive Storage System
The G-Technology G-RAID with Thunderbolt 3 is a high-performance, dual Enterprise-class 7200RPM hard drive storage system featuring Thunderbolt 3, USB–C (supports USB 3.1 Gen 2), and HDMI connectivity for the ultimate in flexibility. Offering removable drives, this ultra-fast, high-capacity storage solution is designed for the most demanding applications while easily supporting multi-stream HD, 2K, 4K, and HDR video workflows.
Two Thunderbolt 3 ports and a single USB-C port that supports USB 3.1 Gen 2
Daisy chaining for up to five additional devices
Dual removable, Enterprise-class 7200RPM hard drives
Hardware RAID 0, RAID 1, or JBOD configurable
HDMI port that supports HDR and 4K video pass through
Smart-cooling fan for quiet operation, long life, and data reliability
Solid, durable, and stackable all-aluminum enclosure
Five-year limited warranty
What’s in the Box
G-Technology RAID with Thunderbolt 3 dual-drive storage system
Thunderbolt cable (20 Gbps)
USB-C to USB-A cable (for backward compatibility with USB 3.0)
Quick start guide
AC power adapter
Other Features : RAID support, Time Machine compatible
Connections : HDMI, Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C), USB-C
Power Source : External power supply
Height : 3.58 in./9.1 cm
Length : 9.88 in./25.1 cm
Width : 5.12 in./13 cm
Weight : 6.54 lb./2.96 kg
Operating System : OS X 10.12 or later, Windows 10, 8.1 (via reformat)
UPC or EAN No. : 705487204971
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Answers from the community
I have the Mac Pro (late 2013) Will this device work with it? All the features? OS is up to date.
- Asked by Victor P from Los Angeles
- on 18 May 2020
Can you set this up so the 2nd drive is mirroring what is saved on the first drive so I have a back up file?
- Asked by Jeffrey N from Conway
- on 9 May 2020