Western Digital has rolled out one its My Book external hard drives, this time packing a pair of disks in RAID configuration to guard against data loss. The My Book Mirror Edition contains two terabyte drives, though since they form a RAID 1 array, you'll only get 1TB of storage capacity. Copy your content to the drive, and what …
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"Available now, the My Book Mirror Edition costs $290/£170. A 2TB (4TB in RAID 0) version costs $550/£310."
Are those capacities accurate?? Other information on the web seems to suggest otherwise...
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