G-Technology G-RAID Thunderbolt

80
Global
Score
80

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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CNET says:

While very fast and good-looking, the G-RAID with Thunderbolt's current high pricing will likely steer users to other contenders. For those who can afford it, however, it'll make a very good storage solution.
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Speed
8.7
Expandability
8.0
Noise
7.0
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Specs

G-RAID

Addressable storage
8 (max) TB
Array types
RAID
USB
no
eSATA
no
FireWire / 1394
no
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Specs

G-RAID

Addressable storage
8 (max) TB
Array types
RAID
USB
no
eSATA
no
FireWire / 1394
no
View Full Specs
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