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Wednesday, 25 July 2007 19:41

Western Digital My Book goes 2 TB

Written by Slobodan Simic
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That's a lot of data

 

Western Digital has announced that all models in its My Book dual drive storage solutions are now available in capacities up to 2TB.

The new 2TB capacity is available on WD's My Book World Edition II, My Book Pro Edition II, My Book Premium Edition II models. These external storage solutions can be set to reserve half of the capacity for mirroring user's data, also known as RAID 1 setting.

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WD's My Book solutions with up to 2TB are available at retail stores, online retailers, and the estimated price should be from $749 USD to $799 USD depending on the model.

 

 

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