WD My Book World Edition:data backup from multiple PCs

February 20, 2009, 2:58 pm

wd my book world edition:data backup from multiple pcs   WD Recently the company announced the release of a new model of network drive My Book World Edition, which is designed to simplify the task of creating backup copies of files from all computers in the house. The new drive is designed for those who have a home network connected to multiple computers, is compatible with PC and Mac, and has a capacity of 1 or 2 TB.
In the recently conducted by WD in the U. S. survey of more than 1500 consumers, 70% of participants stated that they do backups, and most are limited to consuming operations such as copying to CD, DVD or flash drives. The availability of multiple computers increase in work times. To solve this problem quickly and easily offer developers WD.
Use capacity My Book World Edition can be from any computer in the house. With built-server with support for UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) and a server program iTunes, you can stream music, photos and movies directly from the drive My Book World Edition on any PC or DLNA certified audio or video player.
In addition, with a special web service remote access can be arranged and secured a personal share of family members to files stored on a centralized storage system My Book World Edition, from every corner of the world where there is a connection to the Internet.
of marketing capacity of 2 TB models are expected this month. Suggested manufacturer retail price model My Book World Edition 1 TB capacity is $ 250, and 2 TB - $ 450.


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