|Hard Drive||8 TB|
WD 8TB My Cloud Home Personal Cloud Storage - WDBVXC0080HWT-NESN
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|Digital storage capacity||8 TB|
|Write speed||530 Megabytes Per Second|
About this item
- One central place to store all your photos, videos, music and files
- Quick and simple setup from your phone
- Auto backup for photos and videos on your phone
- Backup for all your PC and Mac computers
- 2-year manufacturer's limited warranty
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My Cloud Home is an easy-to-use personal storage device that plugs directly into your Wi-Fi router at home so you can save all your digital content in one central place. You can automatically back up the photos and videos on your phone, and wirelessly back up and sync all your PC and Mac computers and cloud accounts. Use the USB port to quickly import photos, videos and documents from other devices, like USB flash drives and external hard drives. Access, upload and share those photos and videos from anywhere with an internet connection using My Cloud Home apps for mobile, desktop and web. Use these simple apps for a smooth streaming experience of your personal videos to any device, anywhere. Supported Browsers: Internet Explorer® 11 or higher, Microsoft® Edge, Safari® 8.0 or higher, Firefox® 45 or later on supported Windows and macOS platforms, Google Chrome™ 50 or later on supported Windows and macOS platforms. Supported Streaming Options: H.264 via Android and iOS media playback, H.265 via Android and iOS media playback. Note: Compatibility may vary depending on user’s hardware configuration and operating system.
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You can't get in to make any useful configuration on it and you have to use dodgy WD software to "map" a drive. You can't even specify what drive it goes as, it uses the last drive as per Windows standard when not specifying a drive.
It's fast enough to do what I need but I am disappointed that I cannot configure it with a static IP address on my LAN, cannot set SMB shares or separate content on different shares. If you need a big ass chunk of storage that will only work when your internet connection is running, this will work.
Unfortunately for the cost of the unit, it will be a couple years before I replace it with a proper NAS unit. (or I might buy a diskless unit and just transfer the hard drives from this bastard to it as they should be straight SATA drives)
EDIT: Not smart enough to retain the IP Address it gets. You need to configure your DHCP server to statically assign it an address. Over the last while, I have had more issues with it. If only WD hadn't crippled it, it would be fine. Data transfer speeds are fine, but the inability to do anything particularly useful "network-wise" for an advanced user makes this less useful than just a large USB3 external drive. I'm pretty disappointed in this and may eventually purchase a real NAS device and just swap the hard drives across to that.
Pretty sad implementation of what could have been a great little NAS box. It would be marvelous if there was an update for this that could make it useful (hint hint WD). For now... I view it as money mostly wasted.
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You have to open the files, then save them. When you want to transfer multiples videos, its a pain.
If you don't plan on using this device with your phone, you can forget this review, but if you want it with your phone, find something else
Al final después de evaluar diferentes opciones, decidi comprar una NAS aqui en Amazon y el disco duro que traia My Cloud Home lo use en la NAS.
Si eres un usuario que requiere cosas muy sencillas con acceso a tu información desde internet, tal vez el producto te convenga, de lo contrario no es recomendable
Nota. NO recomiendo manipular My Home Cloud de la manera como lo hice yo, esto provocaría que pierdan la posibilidad de garantía/devolución, aclaro que yo estaba consciente de esta situación y lo hice bajo mi propio riesgo.