At MacWorld in San Francisco this week external disk storage solutions company G-Technology unveiled three new units to the company’s line of G-Drive mini mobile disk drives. These new units are available now with prices starting at $249.
G-Technology’s G-Drive mini mobile disk drives, of which the company added new 60, 80 and 100GB models which spin at 7200RPM and sport an 8MB cache, weigh less than nine ounces and are bus powered, eliminating to the need for a separate power supply. Interface options on these models include dual FireWire 800 or FireWire 400 and USB 2.0 and the drives are enclosed inside an all aluminum enclosure with a built-in heat sink.
“Our new 7200RPM G-Drive minis are the perfect high-performance storage solutions for audio and video editing on the go,” commented Roger Mabon, President of G-Technology, Inc. “With capacities up to 100 GB and desktop like performance, these mobile drives support DV, HDV, DVCPRO HD and uncompressed video applications on Mac and PC laptops.”
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