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The G-DOCK ev Portable USB 3.0 HDD from G-Technology features two hot swappable 1TB 7200rpm hard drives. Each USB 3.0 compatible drive can be used individually or as a pair when placed in the included G-DOCK ev. When placed in the G-DOCK ev the drives can be configured in a variety of RAID formats including JBOD, RAID 0 and RAID 1.

The G-DOCK ev comes equipped with dual Thunderbolt ports for up to 10Gb/s data transfer speeds as well as daisy chaining capabilities. With Time Machine compatibility you can plug this drive into your Mac running Mac OS X 10.7 or higher and begin saving and backing up your data.



Capacity: 2TB, 4TB

DiskType- SATA III

Size (L x W x H): 2.68″ x 9.25″ x 5.12″ / 68 x 235 x 130mm

Product Highlights

G-Dock ev with Thunderbolt Technology
• Transfer rates up to 10Gb/s
• Dual Thunderbolt ports
• Ships in JBOD, with RAID 0, 1 configurable
• Hot swappability
• Kensington slot
Hard Drives Included
• G-Dock ev ships with 2 G-DRIVE ev hard drives
High Capacity Rugged Drive
• Up to 2TB of configurable storage
• Ruggedize 2.5″ USB 3.0 drives
System Compatibility
• Time machine compatible
• Mac OS 10.7+

*Also available in 4TB & 1TB

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