In the Field: G-Technology's G-SPEED Shuttle with Thunderbolt™ 3

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Creatives have relied on G-Technology’s storage solutions for years. I have a few sitting on my desk right now, and they seem to keep getting better. The latest release is the G-SPEED Shuttle with Thunderbolt™ 3, a much more transportable option than the previously released XL model. This is meant for users who need to bring serious storage on location, or simply to different locations, and desire top speed and security for their jobs. I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it as an everyday carry drive—it does weigh 16 lb fully loaded, making a trek through busy city streets and onto public transportation a little more difficult, but it is still quite impressive that it was possible to create a storage solution like this one.

Upon plugging it into my 27″ iMac (Mid 2017), the first thing I noticed was how loud it could be. I shouldn’t have been too surprised, because it has four Enterprise Class 3.5″ 7200 rpm hard drives inside. More sound damping would be appreciated, especially if you aim to use it as a working drive that you keep on your desk while editing. Besides this, getting set up could not have been easier. The drive is pre-formatted for macOS and is supported by the latest versions, including High Sierra, so I encountered no hiccups or need for extra software. I simply plugged it into a Thunderbolt 3 port and was off.

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