28 July, 2014: The Western Digital My Book Live NAS server is easy to use, fast, and affordable. It also comes with mobile applications to share photos on the go.The WD My Book Live’s hard drive can’t be serviced by users, and there’s no USB port to add more storage. The device lacks common features found in many NAS servers, and its MioNet remote access solution is nearly useless.The Western Digital MyBook Live is a fast, plug-and-play, simple-to-use home NAS server that unfortunately lacks features and has a subpar remote-access solution.The WD My Book Live NAS server isn’t able to do what its predecessor, the My Book World Edition, did a year ago. The World Edition made a huge splash in the pond of NAS servers’ throughput performance, proving itself to be by far the fastest single-volume NAS of the time. This only means that NAS servers have come a long way since, as the new My Book Live, though not the fastest, is still very fast in our test. Unlike the My Book Edition, the My Book Live doesn’t have any USB ports, or any other peripheral ports, for that matter. This means you can’t add more storage to the server via an external hard drive. This also means you shouldn’t use the server as the only storage place of important data, as there’s no way to back up its content to another drive.

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