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G-Technology G-SPEED Shuttle Thunderbolt 3 32TB

G-Technology G-SPEED Shuttle Thunderbolt 3 32TB

Transportable, 4-bay RAID storage optimized for 4K and 8K workflows to edit multi camera footage in real time, render multi-layer effects, and quickly export with incredible efficiency.

Transportable RAID Storage with Thunderbolt 3

With up to 48TB of capacity and transfer speeds up to 1000MB/s, the G-SPEED Shuttle with Thunderbolt 3 device delivers ideal storage for demanding workflows. A transportable design lets you easily carry it on-location and back to the studio, and with optimized 4K and 8K support, you get the bandwidth to edit multi-camera footage in real-time, render multi-layer effects, and quickly export with incredible efficiency.

Daisy-Chaining For Up To 5 Additional Devices

With dual Thunderbolt 3 ports, you can conveniently daisy chain up to 5 additional devices, keeping you connected to multiple drives, 4K displays and more, through a single connection to your computer.

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G-Technology G-SPEED Shuttle Thunderbolt 3 32TB

Transportable, 4-bay RAID storage optimized for 4K and 8K workflows to edit multi camera footage in real time, render multi-layer effects, and quickly export with incredible efficiency.

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