The official Adorama Camera eBay Store is offering the G-Technology G-Drive Pro Thunderbolt 2TB External Hard Drive (7200rpm) for $209.98 shipped. That’s almost $200 under the orignal price, more than $60 under Amazon/B&H and the best price we can find. In fact, you would be hard-pressed to find another 2TB Thunderbolt drive from any company as reputable at this price. Never mind one that has 4 hard drives in a RAID 0 array offering 2TB of storage and loads of back-up redundancy. G-Drive is one of the most trusted names in storage solutions for Mac users and is exclusively featured in the Apple Store.

If the raid setup is a little overkill for you, you can take a look at the LaCie and Transcend 2TB Thunderbolt options starting at around $180 on Amazon.

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G-Technology G-Drive Pro Thunderbolt 2TB External Hard Drive Features:

  • Ultra-fast, high-performance Thunderbolt interface technology
  • 480MB/s sustained transfer rates – Faster than USB 3.0, FireWire and eSATA
  • Dual Thunderbolt ports for easy access and daisy-chaining up to 6 Thunderbolt compatible peripherals
  • Time Machine Compatible, plug-and-play setup on Mac OS
  • All-aluminum case for ultimate durability
  • Kensington Slot for added security
  • 3-Year limited warranty

G-Technology’s G-DRIVE PRO allows you to finally experience the full speed of Thunderbolt technology. Sustained transfer rates are now up to 480MB/s! With dual Thunderbolt ports, this storage solution is designed for the most demanding applications and easily supports multi-stream workflows in all major formats that’s 2K in real-time out of a desktop box!G‐Technology has built its reputation and business on serving creative professionals and prosumers that demand performance, capacity and quality. To continue its tradition of serving these markets, G‐Technology has optimized Thunderbolt technology on its product line. Leveraging the strengths of our Enterprise storage experience, our AV expertise, and the capabilities of Thunderbolt, G-Technology is delivering the future of storage now.

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