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This is an unboxing of the G-Technology G Drive Thunderbolt 3 and the G Drive Mobile SSD. Both really amazing products for photographers and videographers alike.

Thank you to Tudortech for sponsoring this video. Go take a look at their website to see all the different products they distribute:

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Below are a few suppliers both in South Africa and internationally.

South Africa:

International:

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  1. Hello question for you;

    I have 3 external Seagate drives: 10TB, 8TB, and their 2TB external drive. I had the 8TB and the 2TB for

    2 years now without issue, but had to replace the 10TB within only a years time of initial purchase due

    to drive eventually malfunctioning. It did give warning sounds before it went however.

    I store a lot of important data on each of the drives, but was looking to purchase the 18TB G-Technology

    drive as an all in one back up of the other drives. My concern is (the longevity of the drive). I know all of them

    eventually fail, but I was looking for something that would last at least 6-10 years if possible. When I'm not

    using the Seagate drives they are powered off. I would say I back up files at least twice a week; usually smaller

    files or a video or two here and there, but the drive is not on 24/7. My Seagate drives are also quiet as they sit front

    and center on my desk.

    With all that being said, do you think this G-Technology drive is worth the investment or a RAID setup would be better (Positives Negatives)?

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