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WD 40 TB My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 - Amazon Prime Day Deal - £1239.99
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WD 40 TB My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 - Amazon Prime Day Deal - £1239.99

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Posted 16th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • The My Cloud Pro series offers your creative team the network storage to edit, save and share production files from anywhere with an internet connection
  • Compatible with both Mac and PC, you're able to protect your content regardless of OS. And with all photos, videos and files organised in one place, your team has all it needs to streamline its creative workflow
  • Access anywhere: Access, edit and share HD media with clients and colleagues using MyCloud.com and the My Cloud mobile app anywhere you have an internet connection
  • Stream Anything: Built-in hardware transcoding prepares media for streaming in the right format and quality and with the plex media server installed on your NAS, you can stream to any device with an internet connection
  • Intel Pentium N3710 quad-core 1.6 GHs processor with 4 GB DDR3L memory and support for RAID 0, 1, 5, 10, JBOD and spanning configurations

So I realise this is a significant expense and that most people here favour Synology as a brand but this struck me as quite a good Prime Day deal considering you get FOUR 10GB WD drives included. I'm sure some people might take a punt
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This is getting ridiculous now with all the WD deals
Waiting for under £50 deal...








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Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months.

So, out of stock then?
I wish some company would offer a cloud service that doesn't require you to buy your own kit for £1300 or so.
I suppose that I can only dream.
Edited by: "Make.Amazon.Great.Again" 16th Jul
For those who want to keep pictures of mother-in-law all in one place.
Make.Amazon.Great.Again16/07/2019 16:21

I wish some company would offer a cloud service that doesn't require you …I wish some company would offer a cloud service that doesn't require you to buy your own kit for £1300 or so.I suppose that I can only dream.


Like the same product but with smaller hdd for £600 yesterday?
Personally this is one expense too far for me but I figured dome people might b interested.

I'd have probably jumped at the 24gb version though. Darn!
Depending on what you want, you may be better off buying the cheaper 20TB drives and building/buying a server.

I just received 4 10TB WD REDs for around £667 if the offer is still going.
Definitely you need this, especially if you're NASA. Or Google.
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