Let me begin this by saying I’m primarily a PC gamer. I never saw the appeal in console gaming and I don’t think there will ever come a time where I will pick a console over a PC for this purpose. But, considering how many jaw-dropping games are console exclusive these days, it’s getting harder and harder to ignore them.
Then, you consider the fact that a Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4) can now be yours for just over RM1,000 and my resistance is at an all time low. That said, my biggest concern with console gaming was regarding storage — after all, it’s not like a PC where you can just stick in an external drive via a USB port and you immediately get access to a whole bunch more storage.
Or is it?
You probably heard of WD Purple hard drives that are designed for 24/7, always on security systems. Now they have just announced the WD Purple microSD card for devices with continuous real-time duty.
If you’re planning on upgrading your computer’s storage, Western Digital has introduced its latest SSD (Solid State Drives) lineup with 64-layer 3D NAND technology. On top of enabling higher storage capacity, 3D NAND offers better performance and greater reliability than current 2D NAND technology.
My problem with external storage devices is that I’m always worried that I’ll break them. Since I chuck them into backpacks and carry them around with me a lot, the chances of me dropping one are a lot higher than a hard disk that’s mounted in a desktop PC for example.
So, while I love the idea of being able to carry all my stuff around with me, I am not a fan of breaking that hard disk and losing all my data.
And this is where Western Digital’s My Passport external SSDs come into play. They come packed with one of my favourite features ever — shock resistance. Fingers of butter, meet your match.
Looking for super fast external storage options? Western Digital‘s (WD) got you covered as their new My Passport SSDs are finally coming to Malaysia.
When you’re in the creative business, storage is incredibly important. Not only do you want stable storage drives to keep your files safe, you also want the least complicated storage solutions so that your workflow is as simple as it can be.
With the Malaysian launch of Western Digital’s (WD) new My Passport Wireless Pro and My Cloud Pro, they’re looking to do exactly that.
Alas, 365 days of 2015 is close to meeting its end but before we celebrate New Year’s, there’s much gift giving to be done. No matter what holiday you’re celebrating, there’s bound to be some presents heading your way and we’d like to help narrow down the tech gifts that you should be giving to your loved ones.
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Western Digital has launched a new Wi-Fi enabled media player, the WD TV – Personal Edition priced at RM359. With support for numerous popular formats, the WD TV can play video and music, and displays photos from any computers, storage devices and also cameras and camcorders that are connected through a home network. And if your mobile device is Miracast enabled, the WD TV can wirelessly share its screen onto your TV in 1080p full HD.
“Consumers have increasingly large libraries of disparate personal content types on a variety of storage devices, from portable USB to network attached storage and personal computers,” explains Jim Welsh, executive vice president, WD Content Solutions Business and worldwide sales. “WD’s ecosystem of apps and media players ensures that viewing that content is seamless on all screens, from mobile devices to the HDTV. WD TV personalizes the entertainment experience, providing the easiest way for consumers to playback all of their personal videos, photos and music.”