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Thursday, 19 June 2008 11:43

Western Digital announces My Book Mirror Edition

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Dual drive external storage

Western Digital has announced the newest addition to its My Book external storage lineup, the My Book Mirror Edition.

The new Mirror Edition My Book will be available in 1 and 2TB capacities that could be configured in either mirrored RAID 1 mode or striped RAID 0 mode. The new My Book uses a USB 2.0 interface for connection. The new Mirror Edition will also feature a capacity gauge which shows the free space and fan-less cooling, so the noise won't be an issue.

Besides the usual data safety and backup features, the new My Book Mirror Edition will use WD's GreenPower hard drives, which should make sure that it consumes one-third less power than standard dual-drive external hard drives.

The new My Book will come with a 3-year warranty, and the price tag of $289.99 for the 1TB drive and $549.99 for the 2TB version.

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