UPDATE: THIS GIVEAWAY IS OFFICIALLY OVER AS OF MAY 6, 2015
If you’ve read my unboxing and review of the WD MyCloud EX4100 then you’ve been waiting for this and know what this is all about. Thanks to our friends from WD, we are giving away a 4TB WD MyCloud EX2 worth $349.99 to a randomly selected JaypeeOnline reader/visitor.
The WD MyCloud EX2 is a part of the MyCloud Series line of products so it is a high-performance private cloud storage device that is ideal for home or small office use. It is powered by a 512 MB memory and 1.2 GHz processor, has two bays each preinstalled with a 2TB WD Red NAS hard drive.
Here’s a short video that highlights the different features of the WD MyCloud EX2:
- Windows 8.1 or earlier, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP (32 bit) SP 3 operating systems
- Mac OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion or Snow Leopard operating systems
- DLNA/UPnP devices for streaming
- Router with Internet connection
- Personal cloud storage
- Ethernet cable
- AC adapter
- Quick install guide
- Assembly kit (included in 0TB/diskless model)
To get a chance to win a 4TB WD MyCloud EX2, all you need to do is visit the link below and check out the features of the WD MyCloud Series products then come back here to leave a comment – Share with us what feature/s you like best and also add how you’ll use the WD MyCloud EX2 if you win it.
Check out the features of the WD My Cloud Series products
For shipping purposes, this contest is only open to anyone residing or located within the 50 US states. The winner will be randomly selected using Random.org’s List Randomizer. Contest ends on Wednesday, May 6, 2015, and the name of the winner will be announced the following day, Thursday, May 7, 2015.
What are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on this chance to win this awesome high-performance private cloud storage device from WD. Join now!
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