WD Introduces 4TB External Storage for Macs

"High-performance memory manufacturer Western Digital (WD) today took the wraps off its new 4TB My Book Studio Edition II storage system."

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WD Introduces 4TB External Storage for Macs
 
The My Book Studio Edition II offers a whopping 4GB of external storage for MacsHigh-performance memory manufacturer Western Digital (WD) today took the wraps off its new 4TB My Book Studio Edition II storage system (quite a mouthful, isn’t it?). Designed specifically for Mac computers, WD claims the systems are a perfect combination of high performance and power savings.
 
Targeted at creative professionals, workgroups, small offices and other Mac users, the My Book Studio Edition II external storage system is fully compatible with Apple Time Machine automatic backup feature. The system comes formatted for Macs, features dual-drive RAID 0 configuration and provides a whopping 4TB of storage space.
 
Lightning fast data exchange has been made possible through the four high-speed interfaces that include eSATA, FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB 2.0. These interfaces greatly cut down the time taken for video editing or 3D rendering and special effects on data stored on the drive. Transferring huge blocks of data to and from the system is just as quick and less time consuming.
 
Based on WD’s innovative GreenPower Technology and housed within an elegant, small form casing, the My Book Studio II drive delivers ultra-quiet operations with minimal use of power. This makes the overall package a highly eco-friendly one.
 
“The new My Book Studio Edition II is the best choice for creative professionals who require massive capacity and extra-fast performance,” said Dale Pistilli, vice president of marketing for WD's branded products group. “With 4 terabytes of capacity, photographers, graphic artists, videographers, and home video enthusiasts alike will have the space they need to store hours of high definition videos as well as the performance they need for demanding video editing applications.” 
 
Already available at select retailers in the US and WD’s online store, the My Book Studio Edition II is priced at $649.99 and is backed by a five-year limited warranty.
 
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04-06-2009, 13:02:54

Youngie1337

the games arent that new but im gonna buy some soon probably next week. i was going to buy some new ones today, but i forgot



Well when you do you want to get Fraps in which I can tell you how to get it discounted from their site.

Camtasia can also show you how to get it cheaper :).

Text written about it also, video should be of main points. Video should be voice narated also, it always adds a special touch to the video.

04-06-2009, 13:13:11

j.woody
i already got fraps :) came with my gtx260 and i can download as many times as i want
also i was planning to do written reviews and i will get a mate to do the vid reviews, im not a great speaker.

04-06-2009, 13:33:54

monkey7
Notepad++
Winscp for the ftp side of things

Maybe I'm old fashioned but I don't like dreamweaver and the like, just prefer to do everything the hard but durable way.

04-06-2009, 14:01:54

stuartpb
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04-06-2009, 14:14:14

j.woody
if anyone wants to join in, they are welcome to!

04-06-2009, 14:20:19

monkey7
No thanks, I'll stick with the good old oc3d ^^

04-06-2009, 15:27:30

Kempez
Trust me: building up good enough content to get people to want to send you stuff is incredibly difficult. Luckily we had the legendary skillz of Jim to call upon with the coding.

It doesn't hurt to have a play though :)

04-06-2009, 15:29:43

j.woody
it will be hard for that to happen but its just a bit of fun :)

04-06-2009, 16:03:46

j.woody
still need a good name... anyone?

04-06-2009, 16:58:46

j.woody
i got a name, not saying yet, its a secret
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