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Old 6th January 2012, 11:46   #1
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Default Western Digital My Book Live Duo: RAIDing the My Book Live

We had reviewed the Western Digital My Book Live in detail last October and came away impressed with the functionality and mobile app support in place for the cost. One of our chief complaints about the network attached unit was the absence of any sort of in-built backup measure to protect against a crashed hard drive. It was all the more puzzling, given the fact that the Applied Micro APM82181 NAS platform was more than capable of the usual NAS functions.

Today, Western Digital is expanding its My Book Live lineup with the introduction of the My Book Live Duo. Building on the industrial design of the My Book Live, the new unit accommodates two hard drives, and is capable of running them in either RAID-0 (higher capacity) or RAID-1 (mirrored for backup / availability). All the WD apps (WD2go on various platforms including the PC) for the My Book Live are available for the Duo version also.
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