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Western Digital My Cloud 4TB Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelMy Cloud
DateOct 2013
Ports & interfaces
Ethernet LAN
USB connectivity
Ethernet LAN data rates10,100,1000 Mbit/s
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity1
USB data transfer rates5000 Mbit/s
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified
Colour of productWhite
LED indicators
Reset button
Built-in storage media
Internal storage capacity4 TB
Windows operating systems supportedWindows 10 Education,Windows 10 Education x64,Windows 10 Enterprise,Windows 10 Enterprise x64,Windows 10 Home,Windows 10 Home x64,Windows 10 Pro,Windows 10 Pro x64,Windows 7 Enterprise,Windows 7 Enterprise x64,Windows 7 Home Basic,Windows 7 Home Basic x64,Windows 7 Home Premium,Windows 7 Home Premium x64,Windows 7 Professional,Windows 7 Professional x64,Windows 7 Starter,Windows 7 Starter x64,Windows 7 Ultimate,Windows 7 Ultimate x64,Windows 8,Windows 8 Enterprise,Windows 8 Enterprise x64,Windows 8 Pro,Windows 8 Pro x64,Windows 8 x64,Windows 8.1,Windows 8.1 Enterprise,Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64,Windows 8.1 Pro,Windows 8.1 Pro x64,Windows 8.1 x64,Windows Vista Business,Windows Vista Business x64,Windows Vista Enterprise,Windows Vista Enterprise x64,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home Basic x64,Windows Vista Home Premium,Windows Vista Home Premium x64,Windows Vista Ultimate,Windows Vista Ultimate x64
Mac operating systems supportedMac OS X 10.10 Yosemite,Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan,Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra,Mac OS X 10.7 Lion,Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion,Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Browser supportedInternet Explorer 10+, Safari 6.0+, Firefox 29+, Google Chrome 31+
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)
Operating temperature (T-T)5 - 35 °C
Storage temperature (T-T)-20 - 65 °C

Western Digital My Cloud 4TB Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-08-26
In contrast to the company's My Passport Wireless , which is designed to be toted around, the My Cloud is built to be stationary — plugged in at a single location in your home or office, usually near your Wi-Fi or Internet router. Available in capacities...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-18
Great Value, Design Language, Super easy to get started.No search function, Soso access speeds
The promise of a device like the WD My Cloud is fairly simple. The Cloud, the easiest option to save the umpteen selfies and random videos you take, also has a certain eeriness to it all. You are essentially leaving your private data to a corporation, who...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-14
Well Designed, Quiet Operation, Easy to SetupGets Slow at Times, Web UI could be nicer
The way we create and store files has changed tremendously over the last few years- thanks mostly to the mobile devices that have become part of our daily life. I remember continuously adding storage to my PC- moving from tens to hundred of gigabytes and...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-30
Solid build, design, feature-rich mobile apps, economical, expandable storageLimited cloud functions
Dual-core processor, gigabit ethernet, 2 TB capacity, supports Windows XP (SP3) or higher and Mac OS X, network connectivity 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz , USB 3.0, network attached storagePros: Solid build, design, feature-rich mobile apps, economical, expandabl...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-19
The WD My Cloud 3 TB is a network hard disk drive, also know as NAS (Network Attached Storage). It must be connected to your router through a Gigabit Ethernet port, and it supports the installation of a second drive through a USB 3.0 port that is availabl...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-21
FormFactor, Easy to Install, AC plug with switchable sockets for different regionSlow transfer speed via LAN for a gigabit ethernet, Lack of Security Features, Manual network setting not possible during WD My Cloud Dashboard installation, No physical switches for power on/off and data copy to HDD, Dropbox sync only works with WD Smart...
Having a cloud storage has its usefulness but having your own network storage has many added advantages. Cloud and online storage have been proved unreliable at times. From the time when thousands of users have lost data because of MEGAUPLOAD raid, to eve...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-09
Almost shinning in white, this expandable storage is simple and yet looks sophisticated for your home or even at your work place. The grey design like adds a distinguished feel to it and can be easily carried around wherever required. As it will work with...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-18
Reasonably priced for feature set, good looks and performance, quiet operation, good browserbased user interfaceCludgy, limited functionality of the mobile apps (especially on iOS)
Imagine the flexibility of a network attached storage (NAS) device, which gives you oodles of storage available anywhere in your home network, on any device – PC/Mac, iOS/Android smartphone or tablet, or even your smart TV or media player.Now, tack on the...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-15
Decent value for money, Easy to use interface, Cross platform media accessSecurity issues from Javabased web interface, Slow access speeds outside home network, Barebones native and mobile clients
WD's latest offering in the NAS segment has the makings of a good product, but suffers from a number of avoidable flaws.Western Digital isn't new to the storage game, but with the My Cloud, the hardware vendor is looking to offer a seamless method through...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-04
Easy to set up and use, Remote access via mobile apps, Very reasonably pricedSlightly misleading in terms of cloud capabilities
The term "cloud" has been used and abused to the point where it really encompasses anything that's connected to the Internet. WD is also somewhat guilty of misusing the term by calling its latest network-attached drive My Cloud, since it's nothing of the ...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-25
Plenty of space with an option to further extend it via USB 3.0. Super easy to setup and manage. Transfer rate over wireless is not the fastest but does its job for media streaming and backups. May have conflict with some router/PC/Mac settings but there ...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-22
Even in the middle of the dreaded Delhi summer we hear a lot about clouds these days. But these are more nebulous and refer to virtual spaces where you can store access and data. We have been talking about the cloud for many years now, but it is only in t...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-13
The problem about cloud storage services today is that they give very limited storage space to the user and require a premium for additional storage, worse of all, you don't feel secure having your files saved in a hard drive where you can't see it on you...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-19
Easy to set up, Desktop and mobile apps for various platforms, Works with various cloud storage servicesOnly one bay, No hotswap capability, Unable to replace HDD
With both home and mobile internet connections becoming faster than before, network-attached devices for home users have been making waves in the storage industry lately, as companies look to cash in a relatively small, yet lucrative and untapped market s...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-19
As internet connectivity become speed up, network-attached devices are also seeing new take-up among users who previously see no need for such products. This is why companies in the space are now looking to directly invest in smaller, yet more profitable,...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-09
Western Digital's My Cloud has done more than any other device to popularise the idea of a NAS as a personal cloud, and you won't find a cheaper or smaller way of getting one up and running. The device is no bigger than your average external HDD, and...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-05
Cloud computing is all the rage nowadays. We use iCloud for our music and photos, Dropbox and Google Drive for file sharing and storage, plus a host of other cloud-based services, on a daily basis. The problem is, some of these services can get expensive ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-03
Sure there are free cloud storage offered by Google, Dropbox, and SkyDrive. But those mentioned has limitations, they only give you as much storage and soon enough they will offer you commercial model which you are required to pay.Western Digital has intr...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-21
Easy to setup and manage, Accessible from anywhere using desktop and mobile apps, Good looking and well constructed design, Supports USB and network backups, iTunes music and DLNA media servers, USB 3.0 expansion port, Gigabit Ethernet, Quiet operation, R...Mediocre read and write speeds, Hard drive is not removable, Does not support offsite backups
As one of the biggest names in the storage industry, Western Digital doesn't need much of an introduction. Founded in 1970, the company got its start by manufacturing calculator chips. As time went on, Western Digital expanded into the PC market, adding f...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-20
Super simple plug-in-and-go setup, USB 3.0 for expansion, Mobile app auto-sync is pretty slick, WD2GO system makes users not have to think about how to get to their dataSeemingly no way to opt out of WD2GO, Horrible issues getting WD2GO to work on OS X, Unable to connect remotely on OS X, Two year warranty when the drive instead normally has a three year warranty, Suggested Improvements, Fix the OS X issues, — Get away...
While cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Box.net, SpiderOak, and more offer decent ways to store a few gigabytes of data for free, once a user passes that free mark, the price for storage increases significantly. Rather than pay a monthly fee, someon...
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