Western Digital refreshes Red hard drive line

Western Digital refreshes Red hard drive line

The famous maker of hard drives Western Digital has added two new models to its Red line, which is optimized for NAS servers. The main trump of the new models is enhanced capacity, which now reaches 5 TB and 6 TB. The new drives also come in the common 3.5-inch form factor and support SATA 3.0 for maximum performance.

In addition to this the new Red hard drives support the NASware 3.0 technology, which increases dependability and performance. The Active Balance Plus technology improves stability and overall performance. To make sure customers are satisfied WD offers free 24/7 assistance and three years of warranty.

The pricing of the new WD Red drives is unknown at the moment and so is the availability date.

Source: Western Digital

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