Western Digital 1TB My Book AV DVR expander ready for World Cup season


With England heading into the second round of the World Cup to face off with the Germans, both Al and I are happy that the Three Lions have started to click although Jermain Defoe would need to be more prolific in front of goal, while the rest of the boys ought to start making their chances count since with the Germans, they really aren’t beaten until the scoreline says so and they are on the bus (or in this case, plane) back to Germany. What does that have to do with the Western Digital 1TB My Book AV DVR expander, you ask? Well, it is useful to record those immortal moments that are broadcasted on TV for all eternity – or at least, until your data gets wiped out in a catastrophe or you overwrite it with newer material.

The Western Digital 1TB My Book AV DVR expander works great by helping users expand their DVR recording capacity instantly through a simple action of attaching the TiVo Verified compatible device with TiVo Series3 and TiVo HD DVRs, providing you with up to 120 hours of high-definition (HD) television programming. The drive itself can connect via USB and eSATA connections, and has also been verified to play nice with Dish Network and DirecTV DVRs. Apart from that, Western Digital is also working with other major satellite, cable and telecom companies in order to integrate its DVR expander technology into set-top boxes worldwide.

This allows you to rest easy, knowing that you won’t miss a single moment of the World Cup in South Africa this year, capturing the sounds of vuvuzelas for posterity to show your grandkids many years from now. Not only that, Western Digital also has a heart for mother nature with their WD GreenPower Technology that produces extremely little heat despite being placed in a cramped, gadget-rich entertainment center. You can also hook it up to a game console, Blu-ray Disc player, WD TV media player or other media playback device if the need arises, and its enclosure was specially designed to isolate these AV drives from the shock and vibration. Each purchase will cost you $149.99, small price to pay considering the memories it can record for all time.

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Mansoor Ahmed Says: June 24, 2010 at 2:08 am

Space is not the issue these days, the issue is certainly the reliability of the device. And yes Western digital are making devices of the quality! This 1TB My Book is just another one!

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