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[Tech ARP] Western Digital Red (WD30EFRX) 3 TB Hard Disk Drive Review

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Dear editor,



First of all, we would like to wish you and your team a very happy new

year! *Have a fresh start, a new beginning, a mental reload... or, if you

are already rocking it, ROCK ON! :D*


We would also like to announce that we have just posted the *Western

Digital Red (WD30EFRX) 3 TB Hard Disk Drive Review*. This is either our

last review of 2012, or our first review for 2013, depending on your

timezone! :)




Quote : The popularity of Network-Attached Storage (NAS) devices is rapidly

ramping up in both small businesses and homes, fueled by their usefulness

and their increasing affordability. This surge in interest has led Western

Digital to add a new family of hard disk drives - the WD Red family of NAS

hard disk drives, even as Seagate drops production of 5,400 RPM desktop

hard disk drives.


Of course, this begs the question - why choose a WD Red when the WD Green

(formerly known as the WD Caviar Green) hard disk drive is also a

low-powered, slower-spinning hard disk drive? It mainly lies in the WD

NASware firmware, its comprehensive compatibility testing with common NAS

systems and a dedicated WD Red 24x7 support line.


Today, we are going to take a look at Western Digital's top Red drive - the

*WD30EFRX* with 3 TB of storage capacity. Here are its key features :


- Exclusive NASware Technology

- NAS Compatibility

- 3D Active Balance Plus

- Enhanced Reliability

- Energy Efficient

- Premium Support

- Longer Warranty Coverage


Now, let's take a closer look at this big daddy of the new WD Red family of

hard disk drives!


Link : *http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=767*


Icon : *http://www.techarp.com/review/Western_Digital/Red_3TB/icon_big.jpg*<http://www.techarp.com/review/Western_Digital/Red_3TB/icon_big.jpg>




We hope you will post this news on your website. Please feel free to send

your news to news ( -at -) techarp.com and we will reciprocate.








*Team ARP*


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