Western Digital has revised and redesigned their My Book World Edition to increase the security, run much more quieter and up to a third less power than comparable systems.
As you’ve known from the first version, WD My Book World Edition is a network storage drive (NAS) that have a features such as direct access via the Internet using the Gigabit Ethernet port.
Western Digital My Book World Edition NAS has a same systems like Xbox 360 or Sony PlayStation 3 that can act as a streaming media service for iTunes and DLNA-compliant systems. My Book World Edition is a wonderful storage media that could help the user back up their computer’s data automatically and up to date. What you should do when this hard drive arrived at your hand is to plug it into your home router, or via the provided Gigabit Ethernet.
You can also expand the capacity if you find the storage insufficient for your needs. There is a USB port provided so you can directly plug your external hard drive to expand the capacity. There are currently 1 size available, the 1TB for $229.99 and 2TB for $449 will be available later in this month.