Western Digital My Cloud Home WDBVX

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77

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Based on 15 expert reviews
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Expert reviews and ratings

By Absolute Gadget on 84

Network attached storage for the home is a great idea but can be too complicated for some users. The Western Digital My Cloud Home aims to keep data safe while simplying everything.The My Cloud home storage device plugs directly into your Wi-Fi router...

By TheStreamingBlog on 92

The launching of Western Digital's My Cloud Home brings a new feel and look for the range of products under My Cloud. They've changed the style of the usual rounded book-style and replaced this with a much sharper and edged design that makes it even...

By GadgetSpeak on 84

Where do you store the ever-increasing amount of personal data? With the options available, such as local drives, network facilities, flash devices and Cloud services, the choice and spread of the data is wide and varied. You could opt for a single...

By Gadgets360 on 60

If we look at the WD My Cloud Home as a NAS device, then it feels like a frustrating product that has been dumbed down too far and utterly fails to live up to its potential. However, it isn't meant to be seen or used as a NAS device. It's a simplified...

By techadvisor.co.uk on 70

The design and styling of the hardware in the My Cloud Home is top-notch, with all its issues lying in the software components provided for it. The underlying platform is a solid one for which WD hardware engineers should be proud, and the software team...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Though the software powering the experience does come with a few freckles, the My Cloud Home still mostly manages to offer a degree of ownership, control and consolidation over your digital footprint that sells...

By PCWorld New Zealand on 80

Though the software powering the experience does come with a few freckles, the My Cloud Home still mostly manages to offer a degree of ownership, control and consolidation over your digital footprint that sells...

By Craving Tech on 100

WD My Home is an all in one backup solution that will backup every kind of devices you have at home: a Desktop PC running Windows, an iMac, a MacBook, a Windows Laptop, an iPhone, and an Android phone. You can also backup files remotely and they will be...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 82

WD My Cloud Home – the game changer has come of age (review)WD's latest My Cloud Home, designed for home networks and private cloud storage, has wisely continued the game-changing tradition set when its first model was launched in late 2013.Back then I...

By TechRadar on 45

The My Cloud Home Duo offers plenty space, but falls short of being a total home-storage solution. WD needs to seriously work on its software in order to make this device more...

By Kitguru.net on 80

With the launch of the WD My Cloud Home comes a new look and feel for the My Cloud range. Gone is the familiar rounded “book” style, replaced by a sharper cornered design and a new two tone colour scheme. As with the original My Cloud there are single...

By technave.com on

Many of us don't have the habit of backing up files, it always ended up in our smartphone, laptop or even a pen drive. We won't really expect anything bad to happen, but once it does, all our beloved files are all gone. That's why we should consider...

By gizbot.com on

Nowadays people have been skeptic about using the cloud ever since the vulnerabilities to such services have been exposed. Your data can be hacked, or your accounts might be deleted, there are a lot of setbacks that refrain a person from totally relying...

By techadvisor.co.uk on 70

NAS drives are like cloud storage: you can access all your files from anywhere, both inside and outside of your home or office. You can use them to store and play your music and video collections, as well as documents and other files. NAS stands for...