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Western Digital My Cloud EX4 16 TB Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelMy Cloud EX4, 16 TB
DateNov 2013
RAM capacity0.512 GB
RAM typeDDR2
Ports & interfaces
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports2
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity2
Weight & dimensions
Width160.1 mm
Depth220.2 mm
Height208.6 mm
Weight6.2 kg
Ethernet LAN
Ethernet LAN data rates10,100,1000 Mbit/s
DHCP client
Jumbo frames support
iSCSI support
Wake-on-LAN ready
Supported network protocolsNTP, DDNS, Bonjour, Rally
Total installed storage capacity16000 GB
Storage drives installed
Installed storage drive typeHDD
Number of storage drives installed4
Supported storage drive typesHDD
Number of storage drives supported4
Storage drive capacity4000 GB
Storage drive size3.5"
RAID support
Hot-swap drive bays
RAID levels0, 1, 5, 10, JBOD
Supported file systemsext2,ext3,ext4,FAT32,HFS+,NTFS
Chassis typeDesktop
Cooling typeActive
Colour of productBlack
Housing materialMetal
Number of fans1 fan(s)
Fan diameter9 cm
LED indicators
Built-in display
Display typeLCD
Device classHome & Home Office
Backup function
Backup featuresCloud
Built-in optical drive
Card reader integrated
Management protocolsHTTP/S, SNMPv2
Security algorithms256-bit AES,SSH
Web-based management
Reset button
Windows operating systems supported
Mac operating systems supported

Reviews of Western Digital My Cloud EX4 16 TB
Reviewed on 2015-04-23
Last week, I posted my review of the Western Digital My Cloud EX4100 NAS. I had not completed my benchmarking tests at that time, so this is a follow-up post to share about those results. The My Cloud EX4100 is showing some pretty good performance on the ...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-17
Good performance allaround, Friendly management interface, Plenty of features, Supports many share/media/network protocols
Second power adapter not included, Limited 3rdparty addon apps
Western Digital (WD) is making quite a name for themselves in network attached storages (NAS). I reviewed last year's My Cloud EX4, and this year, WD launched several new NAS models, including the My Cloud EX4100 I review here. The EX4100 is a four-bay NA...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-18
Supports all the sharing and media streaming protocols commonly used, Convenient backups to external drives and cloud storage services, Direct downloads
Performance not great
Western Digital's My Cloud EX4 is a four-bay network-attached storage (NAS) designed for prosumer and SOHO users. It looks to be pretty capable, packing just about all the features you'd expect from a NAS. In fact, although I would prefer to build my own ...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-04
It has taken a few years to happen but it finally seems that NAS (network attached storage) devices/servers have finally replaced HTPC systems in most homes not only because of their compact size compared to regular desktop cases (always for systems that...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-04
The consumer Network Attached Storage (NAS) market has seen tremendous growth over the past few years. As the amount of digital media generated by the average household increases, the standard 2-bay NAS is no longer sufficient. Today, we are going to take...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-20
Easy remote access via cloud. Very good drive recovery. Dual Ethernet ports. Dual power supplies. Runs quiet. Large LCD gives system information.
Below average write speed. Lacks some advanced business features
Western Digital's My Cloud EX4%displayPrice% at %seller% is the business big brother to the My Cloud home-use NAS, released last year. With more storage than its consumer counterpart, plus business features, the EX4 is suitable for smaller business storag...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-11
Full-featured suite of media center apps, Ease of setup and use, Dual power/Ethernet redundancy, Excellent price point in class
Business use limited to small offices with simple needs, Slightly slower write speed compared to other devices in class
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Reviewed on 2013-12-09
USB 3.0, Easy remote access without port forwarding, 10 licenses for Smartware Pro backup software, Apple Time Machine backup
Underpowered for business use, Can't schedule attached backups, No logging
I'll confess up front that I'm a fan of WD's efforts to make NAS remote access easy enough that anyone can set it up. I use the precursor to WD's single-drive My Cloud—the My Book Live—as part of my personal storage system. If you read the review, keep in...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-04
Large capacity, Internetconnected hard drive puts cloud storage in your home, not on some faroff server, with a deadsimple installation. iOS and Android apps let multiple mobile devices read, write, and stream simultaneously. Cuts out the need for a feeba...
Management software requires Java applet to run. Shared folders are not protected by default
It's almost impossible these days not to create digital “baggage.” You start by backing up your PC's data. Then the rest of your devices need more storage space — from backups to storing secondary media libraries, offloading photos, and more. If you're li...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-20
Because performance takes a backseat to features in this unit, I'll cover that aspect of the My Cloud EX4 later. The EX4 offers all of the user-friendly features of the original My Cloud, packed in a metal four-bay enclosure that boasts a number of high-e...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-13
Personal storage is a term you should become familiar with if you value your data. Obviously no one wants to lose critical information but where to store that data has always been a question. Thumb drives are portable but easily lost and cannot be expande...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-12
Compact, efficient, silent design, Highly flexible configuration interface, Extremely simple drive replacement, Great out of the box / setup experience
Throughput speeds were less than stellar, Final Thoughts, Overall, I am impressed with the Western Digital My Cloud EX4. As a storage product, it offers many storage options at a very reasonable cost, as well as a plethora of way to access that storage...
Today Western Digital launched an important addition to their Personal Cloud Storage NAS family - the My Cloud EX4:The My Cloud EX4 is Western Digital's answer to the increased demand for larger personal storage devices. When folks look for places to cons...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-12
Last month, we took a look at the first product in WD's My Cloud lineup. In our review, this editor found the device approachable, not only for those whom aren't overly technical, but also for those on a budget. The 2TB version that we looked at had an MS...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-12
Western Digital's My Cloud network-attached storage devices are great for storing your data, but they are single-bay devices that can't offer capacity benefits or mind assuring redundancy of having a RAID array for your data. Millions of people around the...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-12
Strong feature set, Time Machine support, Power and ethernet failover, DLNA server and iTunes support
Very slow read/write performance, No provision for folder syncing, No locks on drive trays
Western Digital's My Cloud network-attached storage unit earned four stars when I reviewed it in October. I praised it for its performance and its user-friendly features. But 3TB is the maximum capacity that WD can deliver in that product, and since it's ...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-12
Strong feature set, Ten PC client backup licenses, Power and ethernet failover, DLNA server and iTunes support
Very slow read/write performance, No provision for folder syncing, No locks on drive trays
Western Digital's My Cloud network-attached storage unit earned four stars when I reviewed it in October. I praised it for its performance and its user-friendly features. But 3TB is the maximum capacity that WD can deliver in that product, and since it's ...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-12
The WD My Cloud EX4 offers data redundancy, Windows Server integration, and an excellent set of personal cloud features. It's also affordable and very easy to use
The server's write speed is disappointing. The mobile app supports a limited number of file formats, there's no search function, and it won't allow you to sort by content type
WD's latest four-bay NAS server, the My Cloud EX4, is a lot more than four single-volume My Cloud units put together. In addition to having all the goodies of its predecessor, the new EX4 server has many new features, such as support for a variety of R...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-08
Looking to store all of your media, files and backups in one accessible place? A network attached storage (NAS) drive is a great option. But what will suit your needs?ADAM TURNER and ANTHONY CARUANA take a look. Linked to cloud storage Single drive; n...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-18
WD is hoping to strike the middle ground between ‘easy-to-use' and ‘full featured' with this new NAS, grafting a slick interface onto a solid and speedy four-bay body. Like the single-drive My Cloud unit, WD is still billing this bigger EX4 as a ‘personal...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-05
Well built Lots of storage options Ultrareliable Quiet Easy to get going
Very few apps available Mobile access could be better Average speeds Flaky software
There's a huge, ever-growing range of Network Attached Storage (NAS) drives on the market at the moment, and WD's My Cloud EX4 is taps into the 'prosumer' audience in terms of price and features. As a result it's a drive which could find a place in both a...
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