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G-Technology G-RAID 4TB Dual-Drive Thunderbolt RAID Storage System (Refurbished)
This RAID system’s 4TB of data on two 2TB drives lets you back up large files multiple times, giving you extra security and freeing up space on your computer.
Room for Everything
This drive’s huge 4TB capacity gives you plenty of space to store HD video, applications, or giant file systems.
Safety in Numbers
This RAID system’s 4TB capacity is split between two 2TB drives, letting you create multiple backups in a single system to ensure you’ll always have a spare copy of important work.
High-Speed Data Transfer
Twice as fast as USB 3.0 and 12 times faster than Firewire 800, the G-RAID Thunderbolt’s unprecedented data-transfer speeds quickly back up or offload bulky files, such as HD video, high-resolution photos, and dancing holograms of yourself.
- Product number: GRATHNB40002BAB
- RAID storage
- 4TB capacity
- Two 2TB 7,200rpm drives
- Two Thunderbolt ports
- Daisy-chain up to six Thunderbolt devices
- Aluminum housing
- Built-in fan prevents drives from overheating under heavy use
- Supports multi-stream HDV, DVCPro HD, XDCAM HD, ProRes 422 and uncompressed SD workflows
- Compatible with Mac OS 10.7 and later
- Compatible with Apple Time Machine
- Dimensions: 9.25”x5.12”x3.43”
- Condition: refurbished
- 90-day warranty
In the box: G-RAID Thunderbolt dual-drive storage system, Thunderbolt cable, quick-start guide, power cable, AC adapter
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The Fine Print
Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 7 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. 90 day warranty. How is the strike-through price determined?