Western Digital's WD Elements SE SSD is a pocket-sized portable drive that comes in capacities from 480GB to 2TB.
With innovations in scaling and CMOS placement, the highest density and most advanced 6th-gen, 162-layer 3D flash memory created by Western Digital and Kioxia has now launched in what is the latest milestone from an impressive 20-year joint venture partnership, promising ever better, faster and denser storage solutions.
Western Digital has announced four 4TB portable consumer SSDs.
WD says its new SanDisk portable SSD "offer great speed and durability to help consumers move rich content with ease, including two drives offering nearly 2x speeds over the previous generation".
Storage vendor Western Digital has announced two new members of its Purple range of storage devices designed for video.
Available in Australia at last, WD's new wireless SSD is "designed for avid photographers and drone enthusiasts who require durable and high-performance media capture solutions", and for anyone else that feels the need for wireless speed.
Capitalising on the royal colour purple is Western Digital, whose new Purple MicroSD card is "purpose-built" for surveillance-class, "trusted, 24/7, next-gen video capture".
With PC gamers on the cutting edge of performance and hyper-realistic immersiveness featuring ever richer and more intensive visual content, you will surely feel the need for super fast storage speed!
Western Digital still makes top-notch hard drives in ever larger capacities, and is now a true SSD competitor with its 64-layer 3D SSD tech making moves for market supremacy.
Western Digital’s new 12TB hard drives are claimed to “enable users to efficiently and reliably store large amounts of business-critical data".
WD has launched its new range of 2.5-inch hard drives in stylish new designer metallic-look casings in sizes of 1TB, 2TB and 4TB, and they are in stores now.
Building on its X4 expertise in 2D NAND, WD’s X-Force has attacked its next major milestone: four-bits-per-cell (X4) on 3D NAND, BiCS3, technology.
Although competitors have been offering portable SSDs for some time, WD has finally ensured its plans to do the same have entered a solid state of reality.
Although WD’s RED range launched in the US in May, official Australian availability for the NAS-optimised, 5400 RPM WD Red and 7200 RPM WD Red Pro has finally arrived.
NAND isn’t the nickname of your grandmother, but the technology in the storage chips inside your smartphones, tablets and computers, with Western Digital announcing an industry first.
It’s not just Samsung that can boast of 3D NAND, but now the storage powerhouse that is WD and SanDisk, who’ll launch 64-layer 3D NAND SSDs in Q3 2017.
Western Digital has announced pilot production of a 512Gb, three-bit per cell (X3), 64-layer, 3D NAND (BICS 3D) chip from its production partner Toshiba’s Yokkaichi plant in Japan.
WD has upped the capacity of its proven Ultrastar 12TB He12, a fourth generation, 3.5”, helium-filled hard disk drive, to 14TB and a 7.68TB NVMe, PCIe SSD for use in data centres.
How could you say no to giving Scout a good home? WD is supporting photographers to bring out the best in pets that are in need of adoption.
WD’s latest My Passport Wireless Pro external hard disk can cut the cable. It allows you to use either USB 3.0, or Wi-Fi AC, or plug in an SD card, or attach an OTG device. It runs on battery for much of the day, and you can even use it as a power bank.
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