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Western Digital My Book Studio Edition II (4TB) external hard drive


RRP: $999 EOFY Price: $635

Western Digital’s My Book Studio Edition II (4TB) is a tome of two 2TB Western Digital Caviar Green hard drives that boast high speeds while giving a highly competitive value per gigabyte of 25c/GB on the standard RRP. The unit boasts a barrage of connectivity options with its two FireWire 800 ports, as well as an eSATA port and a mini-USB 2.0 port. Now that the price has dropped, the unit can be picked up for just $635 -- 16c/GB. When you consider the 4 star rating and all the extra functionality and security packed into the deal by the guys at Western Digital, this is an offer to be reckoned with.

Read our Western Digital My Book Studio Edition II (4TB) external hard drive review

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