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Thunderbolt G-Dock ev: Fast Throughput, Swappable Convenience

23 August 2013 425 views No Comment

Thunderbolt peripherals are all about high-end performance for pro users — G-Technology's G-Dock (sustained 250MB/s throughput) is a case point.

Looking for a cheap, off-the-shelf storage solution? This isn’t it. Thunderbolt peripherals are all about high-end performance for photo and video pros — G-Technology’s G-Dock, with sustained 250MB/s throughput and hot-swap convenience, is a case point.

The G-Dock ev carries a $750 suggested retail price. However, come August 26, you will be able to pick one up on Amazon (Prime) for only $670.84, which nets you 2TB of storage in two drive modules.

• (1) G-Dock ev Device with Thunderbolt connectivity
• (2) G-Drive ev USB 3.0 Hard Drives (136MB/s)
• (2) USB 3.0 Cables,
• (1) Thunderbolt Cable
• Quick Start Guide
• Universal AC Power Supply
• 3-Year Limited Warranty

To gain full advantage (250MB/s), you will need to purchase G-Drive ev Plus drive modules, which will set you back a bit more.

Apple is expected to ship the Thunderbolt 2-capable trashcan Mac Pro this Fall.

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