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Western Digital My Cloud Mirror Gen 2 12TB Expert Reviews

itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-01-17
Easytouse interface, Surprising speeds, Excellent cloud featuresBasic connectivity, Not as featurerich as other NAS products
Sign up for our daily newsletter Much as we love the Qnap TS-451+, not everyone wants a chunky NAS with hot-swappable bays, a vast range of features and the kind of design that makes network admins swoon. Some simply want fast networked storage, Dropbox...
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technobaboy.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-13
Most of us have portable hard drives to store our photos, home videos, movies, personal documents, etc. Some carry it with them all the time, while others like me use it for back up and leave it at home. Now if you're more like the latter, there's a bette...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-15
RAID 1 protected storage, Includes drives, Easy to set up, Simple administration, Automatic smartphone camera backup, Mobile access via appNo front-mounted USB ports, Swapping out drives can be difficult, Limited third-party app support
At $309.99, the Western Digital My Cloud Mirror Gen 2 (4TB) network-attached storage (NAS) is a slightly less-expensive upgrade of the WD My Cloud Mirror (4TB). While similar in appearance to the previous iteration, the Mirror Gen 2 has a better CPU and a...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-03-09
Well designed, Easy to replace and install hard drives (if needed), Faster processor than previous generation, Two USB ports for expanding storage with external drives, Web interface is very user friendlyNo wireless built in, No secondary Ethernet port, No frontfacing USB port for quick camera backups
They say that manners make the man, but memory makes the machine, and WD shows that with a new generation of network storage with increased specs to make the idea of a network appliance more useful around the home.The more data we accumulate, the more ris...
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smallnetbuilder.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-21
Wide range of downloadable apps, QuietSlow attached backup, RAID 5 write much slower than read
ASUSTOR has been refreshing its NAS lines and we've reviewed most of them. This review covers two new models in its
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smallnetbuilder.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-01
Hasslefree remote access, DLNA and iTunes servers, Addin app support, Bundled licenses for Smartware Pro backup softwareRsync backup not supported, No logging, iSCSI not supported, Can't schedule backup to external devices
Disk manufacturers who also make NASes have a price advantage over manufacturers of BYOD products. This is certainly the case for the recently updated My Cloud Mirror Gen 2. The My Cloud Mirror Gen 2 is very similar to the more business-oriented My Cloud...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-31
Nice build and design, Large internal storage, Multiple storage modes, Fast transfer rates, Personal cloud with remote access, Multiple user and device supportPricey, Slow startup
For users with tons of files like videos, music and photos, they will eventually find their computer's on-board storage filling up. Normally, the solution is to move to Cloud services like DropBox or Google Drive, or get an external hard drive. The proble...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-19
Very affordable, Super easy local and Web file sharing, Apps for mobile devicesConfiguring apps requires tech savvy, No surveillance app
People want a place where they can store all their digital stuff, share it with people, and have easy access to it from all their devices. For many, that's a service such as Dropbox, iDrive, or iCloud. But what if you don't want all your stuff stored on s...
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