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G-Technology by Hitachi Debuts G-Drive Portable HDDs

G-Technology by Hitachi Debuts G-Drive Portable HDDs

 

As an ongoing supporter of professional content creators both large and small, G-Technology by Hitachi : is aligning with today's premiere filmmakers and creative professionals as an official Leadership Sponsor of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, January 21-31, 2010, in Park City, Utah.

 

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Making its debut at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival is G-Tech's new G-DRIVE mobile family of portable hard drives - the G-DRIVE mobile USB : and the G-DRIVE mobile. Each is specifically designed for Apple users who strive for external storage solutions that complement their Mac lifestyle. The new G-DRIVE mobile USB is designed to match the silky white design of the new MacBook and features a USB 2.0 interface for reliable storage on the go. The new G-DRIVE mobile, with FireWire 800 and USB 2.0, features a polished black and silver appearance, making it a perfect companion for the new MacBook Pro.

 

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Both are formatted for Macs and are Time Machine ready for simple automated backups. As a cousin to the popular G-DRIVE mini : , which now features a 7200RPM 2.5-inch drive, the new G-DRIVE mobile family features a 5400RPM 2.5-inch drive, making it an affordable solution for easily storing photos, music, documents and other creative files. Available in mid-February, the manufacturer's suggested retail pricing for the 500GB G-DRIVE mobile USB is $139.99. Available in March, the MSRP for the 500GB G-DRIVE mobile is $159.99.

 

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