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WD launches My Cloud network drive

NEW DELHI: Storage solutions company, Western Digital, has introduced its My Cloud NAS (Network attached storage) drive in India. The solution allows users to organize, centralize and store digital content from all of their computers and mobile devices and access the files from any connected device. 

My Cloud is available in 2TB, 3TB, and 4TB capacities, providing large storage capacity with no additional monthly payment. Users can also attach a compatible USB 3.0 hard drive directly to the USB expansion port on the My Cloud drive to expand the drive's storage capacity. 

Users can connect the My Cloud personal drive to the internet, and get anywhere, any-device access without paying monthly fees or storing content on a third party server. 

The My Cloud drive allows users to connect their computers and mobile devices with WD's free desktop and mobile apps. It offers direct file uploads from mobile devices, allowing files and videos to be moved to My Cloud, freeing up space on tablets and smartphones. 

The drive can be used to stream movies and music to any DLNA-certified multimedia device such as a media player, smart TVs and gaming consoles. 

Users can also use My Cloud to back up their computers and digital files through WD SmartWare Pro software on PCs and Apple Time Machine backup software on Macs. 

My Cloud is currently available at leading resellers and WD's channel partners across India. It is available at a price of Rs 10,999 for 2TB, Rs 12,999 for 3TB and Rs 14,999 for 4TB.


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