WD My Book Duo 20TB

Coolblue's Choice

Our choice for a Windows external hard drive for graphic professionals

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655,-
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655,-
Temporarily sold out

Product information


Coolblue's Choice

This product is our choice for a Windows external hard drive for graphic professionals.
Coolblue's Choice

Key specs

Created with Sketch. Hard drive type
3.5 inches
Created with Sketch. Total storage capacity
20 TB
Created with Sketch. Formatted for operating system
Windows
Created with Sketch. Build quality
Basic
Created with Sketch. Shockproof
No

Pros and cons

According to our HDD external hard drive expert
  • Pros:
    Run the device in RAID arrays and save your files twice as securely.
  • Pros:
    The hardware encryption with password protection protects your drive against data theft.
  • Pros:
    To save power and unburden your drives, you can switch the drive off manually via the switch.
  • Con:
    In order to use the drive with macOS, you'll have to format it first.
Product Expert HDD external hard drives

The WD My Book Duo 20TB is an external desktop storage device for creative professionals and heavy media users. The 2 integrated WD Red drives were made specifically for RAID setups, in which the two drives automatically back each other up to prevent data loss. This helps you save your projects, video files, photo libraries, or system copies extra safely. You can connect the drive with the USB-C port or the 2 USB-A ports. You can even use the WD My Book Duo as a USB hub, if you have one of the USB ports left. Thanks to the 256-bit AES encryption, the WD My Book Duo is protected against viruses or other internet attacks. You can also set up a password for secure access to your files.


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