From 9to5Mac External storage is incredibly important when dealing with large amounts of media. "Large" amounts of data can mean something different to depending on the type of projects one is working on and G-Technology usually covers the wide range of those storage needs. But their new product release they may have bridged a gap not seen previously. For those who may have been interested in a G-SPEED Shuttle XL but didn't see the need for 8 bays of storage drives now can choose the G-SPEED Shuttle Thunderbolt 3 Transportable 4-Bay RAID Storage. A happy medium, if you will, between storage needs of end users. Now if you were intimidated by the size or the price of a Shuttle XL, the G-SPEED Shuttle with 4 Bays is the solution you've been looking for.

The G-Speed Shuttle is equipped with four removable enterprise-class 7200RPM drives, affording read speeds up to 1000MB/s depending on RAID configuration. Speed is a priority, but the clear goal here is to provide lots of storage space in a compact footprint.

Featuring a transportable design with built-in handle, the G-Speed Shuttle comes with dual Thunderbolt 3 ports that allow users to incorporate the storage as a part of a daisy chain.

Video content is the obvious application where a setup like this would be put to good use. With this in mind, G-Technology cites demanding workflows of 4K and even 8K content in its press materials for the G-Speed Shuttle....[continue reading]

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