Western Digital My Book Live Duo

81
Global
Score
81

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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If you like the features and price of the single-drive My Book Live, you'll like the Duo even more. In addition to a second drive that brings either more capacity in span mode or a bit more piece of mind with RAID 1 mirroring (which is no substitute for backup), you get whole-NAS backups to either an attached USB drive or any networked share. And the much-improved WD2go cloud-based remote access is a nice plus, which is also available on the original Live via firmware update.
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My Book

Addressable storage
4 (max) TB
WiFi
no
Ethernet
10/100/1000 [Gigabit]
Media services
DLNA, UPnP, iTunes Server
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Specs

My Book

Addressable storage
4 (max) TB
WiFi
no
Ethernet
10/100/1000 [Gigabit]
Media services
DLNA, UPnP, iTunes Server
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