WD 2011 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular WD Articles for 2011

DesktopReview’s 2011 Holiday Buyer’s Guide: The Best Desktops, All-in-Ones, Accessories and More!

It's only five more weeks until the big day, and if you want to jump in and take advantage of the best deals, now's the perfect time to get started!

Western Digital MyBook 3.0 External Hard Drive Review

The Western Digital (WD) MyBook 3.0 brings together one of the most reputable brands in the storage industry with one of the fastest transfer standards available on the market today.[...]

Western Digital Adds WD 2go, 2go Pro Apps to its My Book Live Personal Cloud Drive

Western Digital introduced the My Book Live late last year. It's goal? To simplify your networked storage woes. Today's release furthered WD's ideal by adding attractive and easy-to-use mobile apps[...]

Western Digital 3TB My Book Studio Review

WD has been producing its book-like external storage products for years now, targeting everyone - even Apple users. Its latest entry is the My Book Studio, which clads 3TB of[...]

New Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 NAS Brings Personal Clouds to Small Busines

We caught a sneak peek of Western Digital's Sentinel DX4000 a few weeks ago at IDF, where the company demoed it to developers in stealth mode. Now, the curtain has[...]

Sony HD-PG5U External Hard Drive with USB 3.0 Puts Sony’s Spin onto Storage

At this point, you're going to have to work moderately hard if you want to stand out in a crowded market, and there are few markets more crowded than the[...]

Western Digital Plants Flooded: Expect “Significant Impact” to Christmas Quarter

Western Digital just announced that flooding in Thailand has reached their manufacturing facilities. Both of the company's major plants (at Bang Pa-In Industrial Park and Navanakorn Industrial Park) were hit[...]

Western Digital WD TV Live Review

The gadget landscape has changed substantially since Western Digital introduced their first WD TV media player. The WD TV Live has to go up against competition such as Apple's "Apple[...]

Hitachi Sells World’s First Internal 4TB Hard Drive

In a serendipitous store find in Japan this week, a happy customer chanced upon one of Hitachi's quiet releases - a 4TB internal hard drive. It's hard to find 3TB[...]

Western Digital My Book Studio Edition II (6TB) Review

Now that 3TB hard drives are a matter of course, the big storage companies are updating their lines of both internal and external offerings to support the size. WD did[...]

Western Digital Bumps WD My Book Studio Edition II to 6TB

WD keeps pounding out the sectors this year, and the My Book Studio Edition II 6TB continues the trend. The II represents the fact that this unit houses not one,[...]

New WD TV Live Brings Exclusive Spotify to Your HDTV

Western Digital's line of tiny media players started out as a way for the company to sell more storage devices but have progressed in their own right to become a[...]

Western Digital My Book Studio Brings 3TB of Sleek Metal Storage to Your Mac

Western Digital's line of external book-shaped storage drives has always been well-received by our intrepid team of storage experts, and their Mac-inclined variants are often the most popular. Clad in[...]

WD Brings Hulu Plus to the WD TV

We've become big fans of Western Digital's powerful media players. Each successive iteration of the brand becomes more ambitious, packing in more powerful features and greater content. Today, WD scored[...]

Home Networked Storage Destined to Hit 11 Million by 2015

While it's no surprise that the consumer electronics market continues to grow and expand as technological innovations increase the options manufacturers have, there are still some areas that have yet[...]

DTR Deal of the Week: Western Digital WD TV Live Plus HD

Western Digital's WD TV line of media players have been breakthroughs in the realm of television extenders. They started out a few years ago with the ability to play media[...]

Forget the PC; 25% of Netflix is Viewed on the Wii

In recent years, cable companies have sounded increasingly worried over the trend away from watching video content delivered via cable boxes in favor of watching on the PC. As[...]