WD My Book Live Duo launched in India, 4TB starting at Rs. 24,999


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Western Digital today launched the My Book Live Duo in India, a personal cloud storage system that combines the benefits of shared storage and remote access with double-safe backup or increased capacity of a dual-drive system with RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) technology.

Compatible with Mac and PC operating systems, the WD My Book Live Duo continuously maintains a second copy of all your files for real-time data backup in mirrored mode (RAID 1). Half the capacity is used to store users’ data and half is used for a second copy. In the unlikely event that one drive fails, data is protected because it's duplicated on the other drive. For automatic backup Windows users can use the included WD SmartWare software and Mac users can utilize all the features of Apple Time Machine backup software to protect their data.

In spanning mode the two-drive system combines both drives into one large volume acting as one drive for maximum storage capacity, while its built-in 800 MHz CPU delivers the power and performance needed for today’s most demanding applications. Designed around the most recent advances in Ethernet chip technology, My Book Live Duo personal cloud delivers best-in-class read speeds faster than traditional USB 2.0 drives. My Book Live Duo is available in 4 TB and 6 TB capacities.

As with WD’s My Book Live personal cloud storage solution, My Book Live Duo connects to the home network to create shared storage that users can access within the home or anywhere in the world through secure remote access. Remote access to My Book Live and My Book Live Duo is available on any computer through www.WD2go.com and with WD mobile apps for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or Android smartphones and tablets.

Additionally, the My Book Live Duo system’s built-in media server streams movies, photos and music to any DLNA-certified multimedia device such as a WD TV Live streaming media player, Blu-ray Disc player, PlayStation 3, as well as Xbox 360s and smart TVs. Users can also stream movies, photos and music to their tablet or smartphone directly from My Book Live Duo through the WD 2go mobile application.

“The My Book Live Duo is an all-in-one storage and entertainment solution for users who have been using separate devices to back up digital content, access or share it from their smartphones or a remote PC, or stream content to a TV or any device on the home network,” explains Khalid Wani, WD’s Sales Director (branded products) for India, Middle East and Africa. “It presents unique possibilities for today’s ultra-connected consumer to protect and enjoy their valuable digital content from anywhere in the world.”

My Book Live Duo is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard, or Lion, as well as DLNA/UPnP enabled devices. My Book Live Duo personal cloud storage is available at an MSRP of Rs. 24,499 plus taxes for 4 TB, and Rs. 29,999 plus taxes for 6 TB. The drives are protected by a 3 year limited on-site warranty.

Via ThinkDigit
At this rate, 1TB costs 6250.
So, nothing cheap, and when compaired the chances of damage and the USB 2.0, i wont consider it a great deal !
ssparikshya said:
Very costly , it should be around 8000 to 10000 normally
You dont get 4TB external disk at 10K bucks. Ideally it should be around 24K if purchased as 1TB units. Donno why one would opt for 4TB disk at 25K !
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