by Alexei Rivera | September 28, 2016 7:18 pm
Actually, its not as simple as our post title suggests. However if you find yourself accessing your portable drive repeatedly and it occupying precious USB space on your devices, then it might be time to step up your storage game with a Network Attached Storage. But aren’t those hard to set up and requires a networking technician to maintain? Well, thankfully not anymore with Western Digital’s My Cloud devices. And in this review we’re checking out one of their newest (and fastest) variants available, the My Cloud EX2 Ultra. Despite it sounding like a Street Fighter move, its actually a simple NAS you can buy and setup on your own – plus its got some nice features to boot. Check out our video review above and our findings below to learn more!
WD My Cloud EX2 Ultra 8TB – US$450 / PHP 22,000; also comes in diskless US$150 and other sizes
Benchmarks: (via Gigabit ethernet)
The Western Digital My Cloud EX2 Ultra is a great NAS solution for beginners up to intermediate users who want more than just keeping files in a portable hard drive. If your storage needs are constantly growing or your data is becoming more and more important to maintain and access wherever you are or even by multiple users, a NAS is one of the best solutions around and this is one of the easiest and simplest way to get one up and running with no fuss. For that, we give the Western Digital My Cloud EX2 Ultra our highly recommended award.
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