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Wednesday, 24 June 2009 17:01

WD launches dual-drive 4TB NAS

Written by Fudzilla staff


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My Book World Edition II


Western Digital
has launched a dual-drive 4TB NAS system with RAID 1 support and continuous backup software.

The My Book World Edition II NAS is based on two Caviar Green drives in 1TB or 2TB capacities, for a total of 2TB or 4TB respectively. It can be connected to a wide variety of devices, ranging from computers to TVs and gaming consoles. Apart from gigabit Ethernet, you can also connect it via a USB 2.0 connector and use it as plain removable storage.

It is available now, and the MSRP for the 4 TB unit is £599.99, while the 2 TB model ends up at £369.99. Its biggest shortcoming? It's apparently only available in white.

You can find the product page here.
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