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WD My Book Velociraptor Duo 2TB

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  • WD My Book VelociRaptor Duo review

    Plus

    • Very fast drives
    • Comes with Thunderbolt cable
    • Two Thunderbolt ports

    Minus

    • Pricey

    8 år sedan
  • WD My Book VelociRaptor Duo review

    Conclusion If you have the need for a high performance drive, and are willing to drop £679 on 2TB, then the My Book VelociRaptor Duo is a great choice. In our tests, this drive more than exceeded our expectations, posting faster transfer speeds than most drives we've seen. Its myriad of other features made it incredibly easy to set up and use, and with two 10,000-rpm drive mechanisms and two Thunderbolt ports, this drive is the stuff media professionals dreams are made of.

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    Western Digital My Book VelociRaptor Duo Review

    Plus

    • Comes with a Thunderbolt cable
    • Easy RAID configuration options
    • Great read and write performance

    Conclusion The WD My Book Velociraptor Duo demonstrates that high performance hard drives combined with Thunderbolt means impressive performance. When in RAID0, we saw speeds of 373MB/s read and 364MB/s write. Even better then when you start connecting multiple VR Duos together, the performance scales linearly with each Duo, to a point, providing a blend of hard drive capacity and SSD-like speed. For creative professionals who need both great read/write speeds and more capacity than an SSD can provide, the VR Duo provides another option, where great storage workflow choices are few and far between. Clearly the high performance drives paired with the Thunderbolt interface lets the VR Duo run circles around USB and FireWire-based external drives. Of course all this great throughput comes with a cost, the $900 MSRP means $450/TB in RAID0. While the typical computer user may find that prohbitive, for those who require high speed direct attached storage, the price/TB is compelling when compared to SSD alternatives that get substantially more expensive at those capacity points.

    8 år sedan