For those space eaters, those who have GBs and GBs of files stored, or for those who need to have their backups safe, even in duplicate, only today Amazon again leaves the 16 TB from WD My Book Duoby some 408.99 euro that put it almost at a minimum price.
As you might guess from its appearance, this external desktop hard drive has two bays inside and therefore houses one pair of 8 TB hard drives, 3.5″ eachThe system can be mounted on RAID, which allows them to be used as much as separate disksby doubling our available space, or as a single discThis also allows you to automate backups, also from one to the other of the two disks, as a mirror.
It has USB 3.0 (two) and 3.1 connections which guarantees us a more than sufficient reading and writing speed of up to 360 MB/s. In addition, its USB ports can be used as a hub or for charging devices.
It also allows us to encrypt our data with a password and 256-bit encryption and, of course, with it we have the backup management software which will surely come in handy when it comes to automating the management of our files and copies.
Although Amazon lowers it from around 557.11 to almost its minimum price (403.86 euros), on the Western Digital website this hard drive has an official price of 519.99, so it is not a good idea to buy it, our real savings by buying it before midnight will be 111 eurosThe service can be delivered to your home within one working day if you are a Prime or if you use the free trial service for one month.
And if you need it, you have more information on the Western Digital website and in Angadgets.
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