G-DRIVE slim USB external hard drive for Apple MacBook

G-Technology comes up with new offer for external storage companion to the Apple’s MacBook family. The new G-DRIVE slim external hard drive is USB-powered, formatted for Macs and Time Machine Ready, making it an easy plug-and-play storage device.

The slim hard drive measures 128.6 mm (L) x 82 mm (W) by 9.9 mm (H), weights 144g, has aluminum enclosure, that acts as a heat sink, keeping the internal drive cool and data protected. Inside it packs 2.5-inch Hitachi GST’s rugged 7mm Travelstar Z5K320 drive with 320GB capacity.

G-DRIVE slim external hard drive

The stylish drive is backed by a three-year warranty and is currently available online and at Apple Retail Stores for $99.99.

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