WD recently introduced the My Book Pro storage device. These storage solutions are capable of storing large amounts of content with up to 435 MB/s transfer rates.


More Capacity Options

The My Book Pro now comes in 6TB, 8TB, 10TB and 12TB capacities, powered by two 7200 RPM WD drives with Intel’s Thunderbolt 2 technology and a hot-swappable hardware RAID controller.

“The My Book Pro device has been designed from the ground up for the creative professional workflow.  We’ve been able to take the newest, highest capacity 6 TB 7200 RPM drives on the market and marry them with leading technologies to deliver a product you can leverage from the moment you connect it… It really is designed to perform under the most demanding environments,” said Sven Rathjen, vice president of marketing for WD’s Content Solutions business.


The My Book Pro is designed with professional content creators who need performance and capacity in mind. The combined power of dual 20 GB/s Thunderbolt 2 ports, USB 3.0 compatibility, hardware RAID and two 7200 RPM WD drives help accelerate creative workflows. Two front-access USB ports give it the ability to daisy chain up to six Thunderbolt devices, charge and sync smartphones, tablets or cameras while simultaneously connecting 4K monitors or additional storage devices.


Pricing and Availability

The My Book Pro storage device is protected by a 3-year limited warranty and is available at select retailers and distributed by EA Global Supply Chains Solutions, Inc. and Iontech, Inc. in the Philippines. Manufacturer’s suggested retail price or MSRP is PHP31, 490 for the 6TB, PHP40, 490 for the 8TB, PHP47, 990 for the 10TB and PHP53, 990 for the 12TB.

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