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Western Digital My Book Live Duo 8TB Price in Philippines

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Specs of Western Digital My Book Live Duo 8TB

Release Date in Philippines
ModelMy Book Live Duo 8TB
DateNov 2012
Storage
Total installed storage capacity8000 GB
Number of storage drives supported2
RAID levels1, JBOD
Data transfer rate1 Gbit/s
Native capacity8000 GB

Reviews of Western Digital My Book Live Duo 8TB

zoneitech.com
Reviewed on 2012-05-01
MyBook Live Duo Review. MyBookLive Duo is WD's top-of-the-line wireless storage solution that features a ‘personal cloud'—or the ability of the user to access files remotely via an app in iPhone or Android phone.But what's interesting about MyBook Live Du...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-18
Even as the consumer NAS market continues to experience rapid growth, it is impossible for consumers to have really fast access to data when the storage is bottlenecked by the speed of their network link. Single hard disks, by themselves, can hardly satur...
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storagereview.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-02
Easy to use and simple configuration, Great software bundle and third party integration with DropBox, Added USB3 hub is a nice feature
Warranty could be longer
The WD My Book Duo is the newest addition to the company's easy-to-use family of desktop storage solutions for both the home and office, which is comprised of two WD Red drives (which are optimized for small RAID environments), hardware-level RAID, and US...
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maclife.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-20
Gigabut Ethernet. Comprehensive feature set. Easy to set up. Large storage capacity.
Could be more intuitive to manage.
Setting up a network attached storage (NAS) drive used to require the skills of a network administrator. Thankfully, those dark days are behind us. NAS drives such as Western Digital’s My Book Live Duo still take a little getting used to, but you can ...
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runaroundtech.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-12
Easy to set up.  Double protection.  2 size options.  Small
Transferring large files can be slow.  Can't be connected over USB to computer
For the past three months I've relied on my 11″ MacBook Air as my “main” computer. This presents many challenges, two of the more difficult of which are, a rather small hard drive, at 128GB and only two USB ports. I'm also a member of a family of five, ea...
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techreviewsource.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-02
Inexpensive, Attractive design, Fast file read times
No USB 3.0 or eSATA
The competitively priced Western Digital My Book Live Duo is a two-drive network attached storage (NAS) device that offers an astounding 4TB of storage capacity. It's very easy to use and offers speedy file read times, but it does lack some features and t...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-27
Affordable network storage, Fast streaming
No USB 3.0 or eSATA ports
The two-bay Western Digital My Book Live Duo 4TB covers the basics well, and does so for a lot less than most competing NAS boxes. Priced at just $380 (as of March 23, 2012), it's easy to configure, provides all of the sharing features that most home a...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-15
Broad Mac, PC, and consumer device support. Works with Time Machine, DLNA devices, you name it. An affordable way to add lots of RAIDprotected storage for backup, media serving, or both. Solid performance. USB port available should you wish to expand stor...
Files uploaded via iPhone app get renamed. Still no social networking hooks for autouploading photos or videos. Costly at 0 (the 2TB version was 0 last year), though that may have more to do with the constantly fluctuating cost of storage drives than anyt...
If you’re still making excuses about why you aren’t running local data back-ups, this drive is prepared to shoot down every one of your tepid arguments.With the My Book Live Duo, Western Digital updates its venerable line of network-attached storage de...
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storagereview.com
Reviewed on 2012-01-13
Supports RAID1 and Spanned Drives, Very easy to setup, works out of the box, Decent gigabit transfer speeds, Includes USB port to expand on internal storage
No on/off button
At the beginning of this month Western Digital announced the My Book Live Duo, a two bay version of their popular My Book Live. When we reviewed the original My Book Live, we raved about its simple setup, which includes bypassing the need to alter any rou...
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apcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-03
Easy to use, good remote access, low power draw
Small Android glitches, USB 2.0 only, expensive
Our My Book Live Duo test unit came preloaded with dual 2TB hard drives (4TB total), though you can also get a 6TB or 8TB version. The drives are also removable, so you can upgrade or change them yourself if desired. The specs are lower than many of its c...
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bit.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-08-29
We first looked at Western Digital's personal cloud drive last year, and now the company has released a dual drive design. The duo can be seen as a beginner NAS device, with fairly simple software and configuration paired with user replaceable hard drives...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2012-05-23
Comprehensive feature set, Easy to set up, Large storage capacity
Could be more intuitive
Network attached storage (NAS) drives used to require the skills of network administrators to get them up and running. Thankfully, those dark days are behind us. NAS drives such as Western Digital's My Book Live Duo still take a little getting used to, bu...
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macworld.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-05-14
Easy setup; simple setting controls; versatility with remote access via DLNA and iOS apps; quiet operation
Slow video streaming, $799.99 (6TB); $599.99 (4TB)
When it comes to your digital media, there’s no such thing as too much storage. With four or six terabytes packed into the My Book Live Duo, Western Digital has created an easy way to boost your Mac’s hard drive space. Designed as a network hard drive ...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-03-16
Affordable for the storage involved. Decent speed for the price. Attractive interface and features. iOS and Android support. User-serviceable drives
Mobile applications need more work. No active cooling: make sure to leave it upright. Doesn't handle switching networks particularly well
Western Digital's MyBook Live Duo is an affordable network attached storage (NAS) for the home. The device itself has two user-serviceable drive bays, a gigabit Ethernet port and a USB port, and sits vertically on the desk like some kind of monolith. Y...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-03-07
Very easy to install and use, RAID 1, Easily removable drives
Web access needs some fine tuning, Drive door a little too loose, Android app didn't work on our HTC Rhyme
Western Digital's My Book Live Duo is the two-disk version of the company's My Book Live network storage solution. Western Digital calls these drives "personal cloud storage" because they offer an easy way for users to access their own data (which coul...
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