Western Digital My Cloud
The WD My Cloud is an external HDD that works as a home-based cloud storage device or an entertainment media hub allowing users to stream video content and music to any DLNA-certified media device. It comes in 2TB, 3TB and 4TB versions. My Cloud is ready for Windows and Mac right out of the box and also has USB 3.0 for expansion purposes, Ethernet and a dual core CPU.
Intuitive user interface.
Powerful personal cloud feature.
2TB, 3TB, or 4TB capacities.
Expandable via USB 3.0 port.
PC app lackluster.
Slow wireless transfer speeds.
Can't stream media via the cloud.
No BitTorrent support.
No printer support on USB port.
No data redundancy.
Only display content by folders.
No way to access admin securely outside of network.
By Ubergizmo on February 14, 2014
Looking at the overall features and performance, the WD My Cloud 2TB is a pretty good single drive NAS setup. The storage performs well within the limitation of the TCP/IP protocol, Windows and/or Mac backups are reliable and cloud access is functional,...80
By PC Authority on February 12, 2014
It's more than a little disingenuous to call WD's latest storage product the ‘My Cloud'. Touted as a “cloud of your own” in the marketing bumpf, it's really no different than many other internet accessible NAS devices...83
By PC Pro on February 04, 2014
A sound entry-level NAS that draws very little power, but its cloud functions are...67
By Expert Reviews on January 25, 2014
Not many features, but it’s easy to set up remote access to your...80
By Computer Shopper on December 19, 2013
The My Cloud provides fast, easy networked storage, making it simple to set up a "personal cloud”: a volume stored in your own home or office that's accessible from anywhere....80
By The Inquirer on December 18, 2013
STORAGE VENDOR Western Digital (WD) is no stranger to the consumer NAS market. The My Cloud range is a new product line, an offshoot of the long running My Book series built with an emphasis on remote...80
By Macworld UK on December 17, 2013
Putting storage in ‘the cloud’ back under users’ control is Western Digital’s aim. And not just the few gigabyte that usual suspects like Dropbox offer – we’re talking terabytes. The WD My Cloud is – shush...80
By GadgetSpeak on December 06, 2013
I saw this at a recent event which was itself ‘In The Cloud’ as 27 floors up on a misty damp day is certainly in the clouds. However while this storage and backup package lives in your home or office, not as ‘The Cloud’ often...88
By eTeknix on November 29, 2013
Over the last few years, the concept of cloud storage has been growing rapidly around the globe. As you may imagine, there are a large number of applications for cloud storage, be it for a small set of personal files that are kept on the likes of...-
By GadgetSpeak on November 26, 2013
Western Digital, or WD as it is referred to by friends and family, is best known for its hard disk products in various formats. It is therefore not surprising that the company’s next product is based on one of its hard drives. Basically this is a...84