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Western Digital MyBook Premium Edition 500GB External Hard Drive Review
The good: The MyBook Premium edition is compact, employs an innovative design, has an external capacity gauge, comes with backup software, and is a speedy data reader.
The bad: The MyBook Premium edition is slow to write data, over both USB 2.0 and FireWire 400.
The bottom line: If write speed isn't a top priority, the Western Digital MyBook is a good deal at around $300 for a 500GB drive. It'll look good on your desk or bookshelf, too.
Western Digital MyBook Premium Edition 500GB External Hard Drive Specs
Manufacturer: Western Digital Corp.
Part number: WDG1C5000N
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