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WD Unveils 1 Terabyte External HDD

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 8, 2007 12:08 pm

As a member of their "My Book Pro" external storage lineup, Western Digital have just added a huge 1 Terabyte model to the list, this based around a couple of 500GB drives using RAID technology with the ability to switch between RAID 0 and RAID 1 configurations.

 

For the full scoop on it, grab the official PR here, and there's also a specs sheet available here folks.

 


Sydney, Australia. - January 8, 2006 - With consumers increasingly relying on their computers to safe keep their financially and emotionally valuable digital libraries of photos, videos and music, as well as business documents, Western Digital announced that its newest My Book storage system provides users a safe place to secure up to one terabyte (1 TB) of digital content. Available now, the My Book Pro Edition II system uses RAID technology to instantaneously duplicate user data for extra protection or to accelerate the delivery of data to users.

 

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