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WD Increases Capacity of My Book Live Home Network Drive to 3 TB


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Today WD announced that they have added a 3TB version of their My Book Live Home Network Drive to their range.


WHAT: WD’s popular My Book Live home network drive is now available in a 3 terabyte capacity. Also available in 1 TB and 2 TB capacities, the My Book Live network drive enables users to easily and securely centralise, share, and stream digital content at home, as well as access any file on the drive from anywhere in the world using an Internet-enabled PC or Mac. 

My Book Live 3 TB home network drive incorporates the latest processor technology to deliver transfer speeds up to 100 MBps, roughly triple the speed of traditional USB 2.0 drives and double the speeds of other network drives in its class.

Its built-in media server allows users to stream content stored on any computer on the home (or office) network to their big screen TV using any DLNA®-certified multimedia device such as WD TV Live Hub media center, Blu-ray Disc player, and Xbox 360® and PlayStation® 3 game consoles. Users can also play music and videos stored on their drive in iTunes®, as well as view their digital photos on their iPhone®, iPod touch®, iPad, and Android smartphones with the swipe of a finger through the included WD Photos application.

WHY: Consumers are creating large libraries of HD video content and high-resolution photos and have a need for a high capacity, easily accessible storage device that will protect their digital content while allowing them to stream video and photos to big-screen TVs and music through surround sound stereo systems for greater enjoyment.
PRICE and AVAILABILITY: My Book Live home network drives offer a 2-year limited warranty and are now available at select retailers and online at
MSRP for My Book Live home network drive is £ 229.99 incl. VAT.

About WD

WD, one of the storage industry’s pioneers and long-time leaders, provides products and services for people and organisations that collect, manage and use digital information. The company designs and produces reliable, high-performance hard drives and solid state drives that keep users’ data accessible and secure from loss. Its advanced technologies are configured into applications for client and enterprise computing, embedded systems and consumer electronics, as well as its own consumer storage and home entertainment products.

WD was founded in 1970. The company’s storage products are marketed to leading OEMs, systems manufacturers, selected resellers and retailers under the Western Digital® and WD brand names. Visit the Investor section of the company’s Web site ( to access a variety of financial and investor information.

You can learn more from the WD website

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