Wd my cloud home duo review

Wd my cloud home duo review
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wd my cloud home duo review
When it comes to data backup, there are many ways to do it these days. You can back up your computer data to an external hard drive or use cloud storage such as Amazon Drive or Dropbox to backup your photos and other files. But if you have a lot of data that needs backing up, then maybe it’s time to get network-attached storage (NAS) device that includes hard drives specifically designed for storage backup. One such device is the WD My Cloud Home Duo.

If you’re one of the many people that are searching for an easy way to backup your hard drive, then Western Digital’s My Cloud Home Duo should be at the top of your list. Not only does it provide you with 2TBs of cloud storage (1TB per bay), but it also allows you to set up automatic backups and has Wi-Fi capabilities so you can access your files anywhere in the world. Let’s take a look at what this device offers and how easy it is to set up and use! 

Wd my cloud home duo review

The WD My Cloud Home Duo allows up to two users to access their own cloud storage while sharing a network drive and media playback capabilities. It's an affordable way to give multiple people access to their own cloud storage, as well as make it easier to stream media files on your home network. But the Duo has some issues that might prevent it from being the perfect solution for everyone. Read on to find out more about the Duo's pros and cons and decide if it's right for you. Here’s our review of the WD My Cloud Home Duo!

Is WD My Cloud discontinued?

The WD My Cloud is not discontinued, but it’s a very old device. This means it may be slow and lack features available on newer devices. If you are willing to make these trade-offs, then you can still buy one today. I’d recommend using firmware version 2 or 3 on it. Also, see if there is a new device with a similar capacity to replace it.

Which WD My Cloud is the best?

Western Digital has a few different options when it comes to their network storage solution, called My Cloud. These include; My Cloud Home, My Book Live, and finally they have another which is basically a NAS drive called My Cloud Pro. We will be taking a look at all of these today. The most recent one to enter their lineup is called WD My Cloud Home Duo (which we're reviewing today) but also included in our review are links to our other reviews on those mentioned above.

What hard drive is in WD My Cloud?

The WD My Cloud is powered by a 2.5GHz processor with 8GB of DDR3 RAM and 64GB of internal storage space. The drive ships with WD SmartWare Pro, which enables you to back up your data via automatic connection or manually through Mac or PC apps. There are also free mobile apps available for iOS and Android devices that let you access your files while on the go as well as perform local backups from a mobile device to an external hard drive.

Is WD My Cloud any good?

The WD My Cloud is an excellent storage option. It is easy to set up and has some nice extra features that put it above others on the market. If you are looking for a network storage device, there is a lot to like with WD's product. I would recommend it over any other brand I have tried out so far. (More)

Can WD My Cloud be hacked?

Unfortunately, just like any other networked device, WD My Cloud can be hacked. It’s best to assume that if you’re using an internet-connected device and there are no barriers between you and its network traffic, it is possible that a malicious individual could get into your drive. This means setting up strong passwords and changing them periodically as well as putting two-factor authentication on any accounts connected to your cloud drives.

My cloud

Compatible with Windows and Mac operating systems, plus iOS and Android devices, WD’s my cloud devices are easily accessible from anywhere at any time. In fact, your files will be accessible from up to five different computers at a time. And with a 3TB storage capacity, you can back up everything on your computer – even those huge 4K movies.

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