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WD My Book 10 TB Desktop Hard Drive - Black
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WD My Book 10 TB Desktop Hard Drive - Black

£141.99£146.993%Amazon Deals
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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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  • Auto backup with included WD Backup software and Time Machine compatibility
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  • Up to 14TB capacity
  • USB 3.0 port; USB 2.0 compatible
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Thanks. Ordered two considering I'm never going to grab the 12TB one for a tenner more. Lucky I got up for the bathroom right now and checked hukd haha
I use drop box but also want another backup solution.
Is this a good option?
Lighters29/11/2019 02:42

I use drop box but also want another backup solution. Is this a good …I use drop box but also want another backup solution. Is this a good option?


Yes, this is excellent. Fast speeds, low failure rates (especially compared to Seagate drives) and these aren’t hardware encrypted either so worse comes to worse they can be opened and your data can be recovered. Excellent pricing.
I don't think these contain WD RED drives?
hambrook29/11/2019 07:50

I don't think these contain WD RED drives?


I think they do and they are also individually warrantee able
Maybe not but super cheap
ned.ford29/11/2019 08:12

I think they do and they are also individually warrantee able


That's awesome! Could you elaborate? Source?

PS: The 8tb is actually cheaper currently per tb, but less likely to contain WD / Whitelabel RED.
Edited by: "TinXpH" 29th Nov 2019
ned.ford29/11/2019 08:12

I think they do and they are also individually warrantee able


the Duos are the ones that contain Reds. These contain Whites.
yea these are not red and warranty void if you open them and they can tell you shucked the drives.
EastLondon29/11/2019 09:38

warranty void if you open them and they can tell you shucked the drives.


are you sure about that? I was under the impression you can still use warranty on shucked MyBooks and Elements ?
kowalski29/11/2019 15:03

are you sure about that? I was under the impression you can still use …are you sure about that? I was under the impression you can still use warranty on shucked MyBooks and Elements ?


Depends how delicate you are while removing / reinserting the drive I'd say.
Edited by: "TinXpH" 29th Nov 2019
kowalski29/11/2019 15:03

are you sure about that? I was under the impression you can still use …are you sure about that? I was under the impression you can still use warranty on shucked MyBooks and Elements ?




Yes i am very sure that if they see any signs of being opened they will void the warranty.
I realise this is irrelevant but in America they have a "Right To Repair" bill and apparently it allows you to shuck WD drives and still benefit from the warranty if they fail. One American YouTuber (Byte My Bits) who I've been watching a fair bit recently talks about it often in his videos (He has great demos on how to shucking the MyBooks/Elements/Easystore and building Plex servers)
youtube.com/cha…eos




edit:- I'm gonna take a read through this rabbit hole
en.wikipedia.org/wik…air
en.wikipedia.org/wik…015


edit2: from /r/DataHoarder
reddit.com/r/D…ty/

"Since you mentioned that you have taken the hard drive from the enclosure, please be informed that WD Easystore Desktop drive is a non user-serviceable drive. Opening the enclosure voids the warranty and could also damage the drive and the parts of the enclosure.

We are sorry to inform you that as per our warranty policy, the drive cannot be replaced."

but gets interesting if you read that thread
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