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.
One of the most important aspects of Seagate’s new BarraCuda, IronWolf and SkyHawk 10TB range is that they all use Helium technology, previously the domain of high-end enterprise drives.
Helium filled drives were the province of data centres for their reliability, speed, low power and lower cooling properties. Now WD has bought the technology to the consumer, prosumer and SOHO space.
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