The good folks at WD (Western Digital) sent me an 8TB model of the WD My Cloud Expert Series EX4100 NAS (Network Attached Storage) to try out and review. This beast arrived last week and before I share with you my thoughts and experience with this storage device, I’d like to share with you the unboxing photos I took earlier today.
The package comes with the following: NAS device, an Ethernet cable, Power supply & cable, and a quick install guide.
- 2.0 GHz Processor
- 512 MB RAM
- 2x Gigabit Ethernet Interface / NICs
- 2x Power port
- 2x USB 3.0 expansion port
- Mac and PC compatible
- DLNA 1.5 & UPnP certified for media streaming
- Automatic backup: Mac – Apple Time Machine compatible / PC: WD SmartWare Pro
- Secure file sharing with unlimited users
- Easy drive install & hot swap
The WD My Cloud Expert Series high performance NAS comes in 2 variants, the EX2100 and the EX4100. The EX2100 is available in 0TB (casing only), 4TB (2x2TB), 8TB (2x4TB), and 12TB (2x6TB) while the EX4100 is available in 0TB (casing only), 8TB (2x4TB), 16TB (4x4TB), and 24TB (4x6TB).
These products come with a 2-year limited warranty for the diskless (casing only) products while the rest comes with a 3-year limited warranty.
Click here to learn more about the WD My Cloud Expert Series NAS devices.
I’ll be publishing my review of the WD My Cloud Expert Series EX4100 soon, so watch out for it. Till then, thank you for stopping by, and have a nice day!
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