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Default WD Red family gets bigger and smaller with 4TB and 2.5-inch models

WD has introduced a trio of new hard drives in its NAS-friendly Red family. The big daddy of the bunch is the Red 4TB, which stacks four one-terabyte platters inside its 3.5" body. Those platters spin at a rotational speed WD characterizes as IntelliPowerócode for roughly 5,400 RPM.

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