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Monday, November 02, 2009
G-Technology Doubles Capacity Across 3.5-inch Product Line


G-Technology by Hitachi, a provider of premium storage solutions for the Mac, creative pro and high-end audio/video (AV) markets, today announced that it is incorporating Hitachi?s 2TB, 7,200 RPM, 32MB cache buffer hard drives across its entire 3.5-inch product line.

Now with capacities ranging from 2TB to 32TB, G-Tech?s new upgraded single-drive and RAID systems include the G-DRIVE, G-SAFE, G-RAID, G-SPEED eS, G-SPEED eS Pro, G-SPEED eS PRO XL, and G-SPEED FC XL. With the addition of these new drives, G-Tech is now the only external storage provider in the world with a complete line of 2TB, 7,200 RPM drive-based, external storage solutions specifically designed for the Mac and AV markets.

Hitachi?s G-Technology-branded solutions offer eSATA, FireWire 800, FireWire 400, USB 2.0, mini SAS and Fibre Channel interfaces. For those who want to upgrade to new G-Tech 2TB-based solutions, this could mean the difference between storing approximately 84 hours of 1080i HDV on a 1TB drive to storing 168 hours on a 2TB drive in the same physical footprint.

G-Tech?s new 2TB-based external storage solutions are now available.


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