20TB WD My Book Duo External Drive Claims World's Highest Storage Capacity

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WD My Book Duo 20TB

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Western Digital ahead of IFA 2017 that is scheduled to begin later this week has unveiled a new 20TB external storage desktop drive dubbed My Book Duo, which is claimed as world's highest storage capacity ever.

The drive offers a sequential read of up to 360MB/s via its built-in RAID-optimized WD Red hard drives. The My Book Duo is NTFS formatted out-of-the-box and is compatible for use with PC running Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and Windows 7 operating system. However, reformatting is required for other OS i.e Ubuntu.

Connectivity included are USB 3.1 Type-C port (compatible with 3.0) and two USB Type-A ports, with free USB-C to USB-C and USB-C to USB-A cables included in the package. The drive is secured with 256-bit AES encryption on hardware level and it also comes with password protection, a needed feature for securing files and data. It also has auto and system backup.

Pre-installed softwares includes WD Discovery, WD Backup, WD Security, and WD Drive utilities. The MyBook Duo is offered in 16TB, 12TB, 8TB, 6TB and 4TB storage capacities as well.

Pricing

My Book Duo 20TB -> $849.99
My Book Duo 16TB -> $629.99
My Book Duo 14TB -> $439.99
My Book Duo 12TB -> $349.99
My Book Duo 8TB -> $299.99
My Book Duo 4TB -> $279.99

It is available for purchase in the U.S on the firm website.


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