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Western Digital Red 3TB Price in Hong Kong

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Price List by Country for Western Digital Red 3TB

Country International Price Price in HKD
Indonesia IDR 900.000 0.00
Malaysia MYR 289.00 0.00
Philippines PHP 4,999.00 0.00
Singapore SGD 146.60 0.00
Thailand THB 3,190 0.00
Vietnam VND 2.200.000 0.00

Specs of Western Digital Red 3TB

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelRed 3TB + Express Care
DateDec 2013
Hard drive
Hard drive capacity3000 GB
Hard drive interfaceSerial ATA
Hard drive speedVariable
Hard drive size3.5"
Device typeHDD
Drive device, buffer size64 MB
IntelliPower
Start/stop cycles600000
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1000000 h
CertificationRoHS

Reviews of Western Digital Red 3TB

nikktech.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-08
Build Quality (MTBF Of 1.000.000 Hours), Good Read/Write Performance, NASware 3.0 Features, Low Temperatures, Noise Levels & Power Consumption, 24/7 Support & 5 Years Warranty
Overall Performance & Price (Compared To the Competition)
Mechanical hard disk drives have been around for decades now but it wasn't until the introduction of the first NAS (network attached storage) and digital NVR (network video recorder) models that the need for different models was even considered by manufac...
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Bjorn3d.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-09
Larger than life capacity, Low cost, Enterprise grade features, Low power consumption, Larger than life capacity, Low cost, Enterprise grade features, Low power consumption
Western Digital is a company with deep roots in the storage industry, with products that span virtually every customer and business need. Western Digital is also considered one of the most trustworthy brands that users look to when purchasing a new drive...
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hardwarebbq.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-02
Excellent Transfer Speed, 5TB Storage Space
Access Speed
NAS drive solution from WD and Seagate have been around for a while, and recently introduced two storage capacity variants- WD50EFRX 5TB and WD60EFRX 6TB. We're going to take a look at the 5TB Red Variant.To keep with the storage demands with the SOHO env...
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techgage.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-02
Considering the fact that WD announced its Red 6TB hard drive last summer , getting a review of it on the site has taken quite some time. In fact, now that we've entered 2015, I took a moment to look back and see when our last look at a bare drive was, an...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-29
When considering the WD alternatives, both Red and Green drives seemed priced appropriately and ran cool and quiet throughout testing. We have nothing to complain about, as they seemed to do the job and won't require the cost upside we saw with Seagate's offering. All in all, we're happy to recommend all three drives, but there are caveats to that all-important price performance curve that you'll have to calculate for yourself, based on your specific needs and wants......
The hard drive market has become a lot less sexy in the past few years thanks to SSDs. What we used to consider
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pcper.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-03
We received updated samples from WD, as well as applying a firmware update to the samples used in our original review. We were able to confirm that the update does in fact work, and brings a WD60EFRX-68MYMN 0 to the identical and improved performance char...
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silentpcreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-02
The WD Red 1TB (2.5 inch) and 6TB.Undersides.The Red drives we're going to examine today come in starkly different form factors. The Red 6TB is more of what we've seen before, the latest high capacity desktop flagship for users with limited drive bays who...
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storagereview.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-15
Largest NAS HDD available, Great 8K performance, Upgraded NASware features
Trade-off in random access performance with slower spindle speed
WD was first to market with a duty-specific NAS drive when they launched the Red family over two years ago. They're now onto the third iteration of the 3.5" drive (we previously review the WD Red Pro), which includes an updated firmware, NASware 3.0, and ...
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wegotserved.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-21
Western Digital moves NAS storage to the next level with massive capacity and competitive performance. Don't expect to see massive performance gains by moving to a NAS drive over newer desktop models, but claimed reliability features and premium support w...
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nikktech.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality (MTBF Of 1.000.000 Hours), Good Performance Levels, NASware 2.0 Technology (Low Temperatures/Noise Levels/Power Consumption/Error Protection/3D Active Balance Plus), 24/7 Support & 3 Years Warranty, Price
Raw Performance (However More Than Enough For NAS Use)
There's no denying that the popularity of Network Attached Storage devices (or NAS Servers as i like to call them) has increased at such a degree over the past 3 years that even regular consumers purchase them for home use whether that's for downloading f...
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hardwarebbq.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-05
WD sent its 4TB variant of its RED series NAS storage drive for evaluation. This should be interesting to see how it performs. Earlier, we've reviewed WD Red 2TB and 3TB variants which performed pretty well.1. Introduction 2. Specifications and Images 3. ...
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techarp.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-18
The Western Digital Red family of NAS hard disk drives is quite an interesting enhancement of the Western Digital Green family of low-powered, slower-spinning hard disk drives (formerly known as the Western Digital Caviar Green family). It is basicall....
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techgage.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-13
Despite being first to market with a NAS-targeted hard drive, WD has proven itself to be the late one on offering a 4TB model – Seagate beat it to the punch just a couple of months earlier. It was a little baffling that WD didn't offer the top-density mod...
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silentpcreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-21
Western Digital's Red and Se 4TB hard drives are two high capacity sides of the same coin. Both are optimized for RAID/NAS use but the Red is a low power model for consumer use while the Se is a high performance enterprise drive.
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Techreport.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-25
PC storage has increasingly split into two categories: system and secondary. System storage houses your OS, applications, games, and all the data you need to access quickly. Secondary storage handles everything else.SSDs are easily the best solution for s...
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xbitlabs.com
Reviewed on 2013-02-13
In the summer of 2012 Western Digital unveiled its Red product series optimized for network attached storage devices. It is positioned by the manufacturer as optimal for entry-level and midrange NASes that can take in 1 to 5 HDDs. Corporate users are o...
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techarp.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-31
The new Western Digital Red family of NAS hard disk drives is quite an interesting enhancement of the Western Digital Green family of low-powered, slower-spinning hard disk drives (formerly known as the Western Digital Caviar Green family). It is basi....
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legitreviews.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-11
Earlier this year Western Digital (WD) announced the WD Red NAS hard drives that are a line of SATA III 6Gbps hard drives specifically designed for home and small office NAS (network attached storage) systems. Anyone that has ever built a NAS before...
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techworld.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-11
Western Digital has spotted a niche in the storage market. To its established range of hard-disk drives, it’s added the WD Red, a new range aimed to fulfill the requirements of network-attached storage (NAS)The WD Red – available in 1TB, 2TB and 3TB c...
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techgage.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-27
When Western Digital first unveiled its 2TB Caviar Green drive in 2009, those who were planning on building a home server or purchase a NAS felt that they were a no-brainer choice. After all, what's better than low-power and huge storage? Well, that w...
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