G-Tech launches Flash-Based RAID Storage For Creatives

This article from tomsHardware.com gives the low-down on G-Technology's new line of solid state storage devices. Just announced at NAB 2018, there are new options for SSD storage in mobile form (G-DRIVE mobile Pro SSD, desktop form (G-DRIVE Pro SSD) and transportable RAID form (G-SPEED Shuttle SSD). These babies will make life a lot easier for those of you working with large format footage! From TomsHardware.com

g-drive mobile pro ssdG-Technology (a Western Digital Company) has three new flash-based storage systems that set new performance records for the company's products. These devices are designed to allow users to work with very high resolution video in real time.

All three devices offer various levels of portability, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, and a blistering fast 2,800 MB/s sequential performance rating.

The G-Technology G-DRIVE Pro SSD trades portability for increased capacity. It comes equipped with Thunderbolt 3 pass-through to support daisychaining devices. This system shares the same 2,800 MB/s sequential performance rating as the G-DRIVE Mobile Pro SSD. Capacities move to 960GB for $1,400 and 1.92TB for $2,100. Unlike the portable model, the G-DRIVE Pro SSD is not bus powered, so you are tied to AC power from a wall outlet....read more

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