Western Digital NASware 2.0 Red SATA600 WD-JFCX



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By micromart.co.uk on 70

Now here's an unusual question: when is a 2.5" hard drive not intended for use in a laptop? I'm not talking about a 2.5" drive that's too thick to slip inside a modern laptop. In the past, WD has released its 1TB Scorpio Blue drive in both 9.5mm and...

By eTeknix on

Western Digital's RED line of drives have made vast improvements in SOHO and SMB storage arrays, giving them the performance and reliability that they need but on a scale that doesn't carry the same price tags that the enterprise-class drives bring...

By SilentPC Review on

The WD Red 1TB (2.5 inch) and 6TB.Undersides.The Red drives we're going to examine today come in starkly different form factors. The Red 6TB is more of what we've seen before, the latest high capacity desktop flagship for users with limited drive bays...

By eTeknix on

Launched just over a year ago, Western Digital's Red line of drives, along with an easier to understand product line-up (Greed, Blue, Black and so on) have changed the way that many consumers look at their storage. The Red drives are built primarily for...

By StorageReview on

WD Red features several technologies deployed to improve the drive’s suitability for NAS devices. As a result of this effort to tune the drive, Red drives achieve a 35% improvement in mean time between failures when used as part of NAS arrays,...

By PCPer on

Here's my translation of Western Digital's marketing speak for the specs of the WD Red Series. Some of these are not specifically listed by WD, but we know they are in there, so we will keep them here for your education: NoTouch™ ramp load...

International Review By Hardwareluxx on

Wer unmittelbar vor der Kaufentscheidung einer Notebook-HDD steht, wird festgestellt haben, dass die Vielfalt an Modellen die schnelle Auswahl nicht sonderlich einfach gestaltet. Neben Kriterien wie verfügbarer Menge des Speicherplatzes, Geschwindigkeit...

International Review By Tom's Hardware on

Stimmen Formfaktor und Schnittstelle, dann kommen NAS-Systeme mit praktischer jeder Festplatte zurecht. Dennoch lohnt es sich, bei einem speziell für diese Netzwerkspeicher optimierten Laufwerk zuzuschlagen, weil sie beispielsweise für einen 24/7-Betrieb...