Western Digital My Book World Edition network storage drive
Western Digital is well known for their storage solutions, be it hard drives (internal and external) as well as network storage drives like the My Book line. This time around, they have updated the My Book World Edition network storage drive by making the tedious yet crucial task of backing up one’s important files a snap. The Western Digital My Book World Edition network storage drive is happiest when it has an entire household’s worth of files to backup, as individual PC backups could be done on a mere external hard drive. Targeting users who have more than a couple of computers running on a home netowrk, the new My Book World Edition drive will come in 1TB and 2TB capacities, and plays nice with both Mac and PC platforms.
My Book World Edition comes in 1TB and 2TB capacities because consumers today have a veritable digital tome of information and media stored on their computers, and many of these include irreplaceable photos, movies as well as documents. The My Book World Edition network drives was specially designed to automate and simplify the backup chore – all you need to do is hook the My Book World Edition drive into a network router, click on a few buttons and the My Book World Edition storage device will automatically go about backing up your files from both PCs and Macs on the network. If it finds any changes to the files on these computers, it will automatically make a backup as well so that you won’t miss out on a single digital memory should disaster strike.
Heck, you can even connect the My Book World Edition drive to any DLNA media player including the Xbox 360 and PS3, wireless digital photo frames and even TVs thanks to the integrated UPnP media server and iTunes Music server software. You can opt to access and share your centralized files from anywhere in the world in a secure manner, where other family members or friends who have access to the Internet will be able to check out the My Book World Edition drive’s content. The My Book World Edition storage system with 1TB and 2TB capacities will retail for $229.99 and $449.99, respectively.