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July 16, 2012

Westren Digital Announced and Priced WD Red™ NAS Hard Drives

Western digital today announced the debut of  WD Red™ NAS hard drives, an innovative line of SATA hard drives specifically designed for home and small office NAS (network attached storage) systems with one to five drive bays. Compatibility-tested with top NAS box manufacturers and optimized for power and performance, WD Red hard drives are now shipping in 3.5-inch 1 TB, 2 TB and 3 TB capacities.



The WD Red line features NASware™ technology, designed to improve reliability and system performance, reduce customer downtime and to simplify the integration process. This new product line addresses the unique environment of NAS and the growing demand for affordable, reliable and compatible storage that reduces customer total cost of ownership. 



WD Red hard drives also feature 3D Active Balance Plus, an enhanced balance control technology, which significantly improves the overall drive performance and reliability. In an exclusive for WD Red customers, WD is offering free premium 24x7 dedicated support and a three-year limited warranty.

Availability and Pricing

WD Red hard drives are available now at select resellers and distributors, EA Global Supply Chain Solutions, Inc., Verdure Xchange Tech, Inc. and Ubertech, Inc. 

Manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for the WD Red

 
1 TB drive (model #: WD10EFRX) is P4,995.00
2 TB drive (model #: WD20EFRX) is P6,195.00  
3 TB drive (model #: WD30EFRX) is P8,695.00 

More information about WD Red hard drives including terms of the limited warranty may be found on the company WD Website Products.

WD Red hard drives integrate seamlessly with WD NAS solutions and are qualified to work with a wide array of WD OEM partners. An updated list of WD Red-qualified products and manufacturers is available on the WD website.

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  1. Now this is very nice. And it's quite affordable. Would love to get the 1TB drive :D

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