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Reviews of Western Digital My Book Pro 2 USB2/Firewire WDG2TP / WDG2NC have collected 5 expert reviews of the Western Digital My Book Pro 2 USB2/Firewire WDG2TP / WDG2NC and the average rating is 72%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Western Digital My Book Pro 2 USB2/Firewire WDG2TP / WDG2NC.
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The editors liked

  • Support for FireWire 800

The editors didn't like

  • Unacceptable noise levels



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  Published: 2006-12-01, review by:

  • Support for FireWire 800
  • Unacceptable noise levels
  • This is not a breakthrough capacity hard drive; its an external storage device offering two smaller drives you can configure in mirrored or striped modes.By default the product ships in RAID 0, appearing as a monstrous 931GB drive once it has been for...

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  Published: 2007-10-04, Author: Edward , review by:

  • Abstract:  External storage devices can come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, with each one targeted at a certain market, and generally each type is neatly distinguished. There's the small and light 2.5in portable drives for those who want storage on the move, then...

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  Published: 2007-04-04, review by:

  • It's speedy, and its looks are more than just that the frontpanel functionality is a great way to show what the drives are up to.
  • Loud. Loud Loud Loud. And there's no eSATA connection, which makes us sniffle just a wee bit.

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  Published: 2007-05-25, review by:

  • Abstract:  One Terabyte is a lot of hard drive space by anyone’s measurement, and with a number of external drives now hitting this magical number for less and less money, we decided to take a look at what Western Digital’s contribution to the market has...

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  Published: 2007-02-08, review by:

  • Triple interface (USB 2.0, FireWire 400 & 800), Efficient cooling, Intelligent backup and recovery, LEDs indicate the amount of empty space left
  • Not many people have a FireWire 800 port, Very expensive
  • Now lets take look at if it is justifiable having a MyBook Pro II at home. As I have already mentioned in the previous review, no matter how much we try to conserve storage space, we always run out of it in just a matter of days (at least on my PC at ...

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