G-Technology 5TB G-DRIVE Mobile USB-C (USB 3.1 Gen 1) Portable External Hard Drive, Space Gray - 0G10477
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- Stylish, aluminum design
- With capacities up to 5TB capacity of portable storage (Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment.)
- USB-C ready; USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt 3 compatible
- Mac ready; easily reformatted for Windows
- 3-Year limited manufacturer's warranty
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Featuring a plug-and-play USB-C port and transfer speeds up to 140MB/s** (1TB and 2TB), the G-DRIVE Mobile USB-C drive offers portable storage in a stylish, aluminum design to complement your computer. And with up to 5TB* of storage, you’re instantly ready to back up your favorite videos, photos, music and documents, wherever you go. | *As used for storage capacity, one terabyte (TB) = one trillion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment. **Based on read speed. As used for transfer rate or interface, megabyte per second (MB/s) = one million bytes per second. Performance will vary depending on your hardware and software components and configurations. 1TB and 2TB up to 140MB/s, 4TB up to 135MB/s and 5TB up to 130MB/s.
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Received the item. First impression is the box and feel of the drive feels like something you would buy at five below
First plug in the drive reads "3gb" not TB. (I ordered the 4tb one)
I then go through the process to format the drive (for windows you will have to format using there formatter)
In the process to format to see if it solves the inital issue, it crashes my computer and makes it go into a blue screen
The drive after that was not readable via USB-C to USB-C HOWEVER for some reason it was readable via regular usb to USB-C
Clearly this device was defective from the begining.
Build quaility is horrible (feels cheap)
its very loud
the price is cheap (now i know why)
the drive isnt something I would "trust" with data
I will update with a recommended hard drive once I find one that fits my needs untill then
I wouldn't consider buying this drive AT ALL,
Like I said I usually dont read or listen to negitive comments because people are usually a bit harsh with them. But im very knowledgable in tech and memory and data. This is the worst Hard drive ive ever had. good luck!
This drive was easy to plug in and loaded on my screen right away. (See picture)
What I love about this drive the most is how compact and lightweight it is as it is easy to put in my purse and take with me on the go.
Seriously, that’s it.
It was easy to set up this drive for Windows 10 and the copying speed was okay, a little more then 100 mb/s. At the reduced price $130 and with a 3 year limited warranty, it is a very good value. I like it well enough that I am purchasing a second one.
Instead of buying another My Passport I wanted to try this brand because it has a USB-C connector.
I use a MacBook Pro, so having USB-C to me means that I don't need a dongle to connect the drive.
When I unpacked the drive, my first surprise was that drive has a USB-C connector, but includes a standard USB to USB-C connector :( it means that I need to use the dongle to connect it. That was my first disappointment.
I brought the drive in December 2018, my goal was to use it as a Time Machine backup drive. So from December to today, I only transported the drive once or twice. In that time frame, the drive failed to connect multiple times :( That doesn't give me much confidence to use it as a backup drive. That was my second disappointment.
As a comparison, my oldest My Passport drive is a 500Mb drive that I brought like 10yrs ago. I transported that drive multiple times, and it went to the floor multiple times... it never failed to connect!
I'll never buy this brand again.