Earlier this month, G-Technology released its new rugged bumper and all-terrain case. Essentially, these are the G-Drive ev portable hard drives we’ve previously seen, which can be used independently or with the G-Dock ev. [Read more…]
The G-Tech G-Drive ev 220 external hard drive, which is capable of being used in conjunction with the G-Dock ev is now available. The G-Drive ev 220 is a 2TB drive that offers transfer rates up to 220MB/s. It can also be used as a standalone USB 3.0 drive when not connected via the G-Dock ev. [Read more…]
The G-Technology G-Dock ev is a new hard drive dock that is something we could really only dream about (if that) before the arrival of Thunderbolt. The G-Dock features two drive bays that accepts G-Technology G-Drive ev and G-Drive ev PLUS that, once inserted, mount on your system over the G-Dock’s Thunderbolt connection.
The novel feature of the G-Dock is that the G-Drives can be ejected and taken with you for use on the go via a USB 3.0 connection on the “portable” G-Drive ev units. However, the G-Drives connect into the dock via a SATA connection instead of the USB 3.0 used for when the drive is portable. A very slick set-up indeed. [Read more…]
G-Tech was on-hand at CES 2012 showing off a couple of recent products from its line of performance storage products.
The G-RAID with Thunderbolt comes in 4TB, 6TB and 8TB capacities priced at $799, $999 and $1199, respectively. It packs to 3.5″ drives at 7200RPM each as single 2TB, 3TB or 4TB drives. [Read more…]