Summary: Although it technically does connect to all devices as stated, it is SLOWER than what the specs state. using WD2GO it's works too slow to be able to efficiently transfer files remotely, which was a primary selling point of the writeup. And the quoted speed of 100 mbs... more like 10-12 mbs... no where close to 100.
Cons: Included software that doesn't work (WD backup still going after two days, some applications don't even run). Advertised features that don't work (iTunes server). Lack of support (more than two years to fix problems with backup software).
Summary: I like to think of myself and being pretty computer savvy, but this product is not user friendly at all. I almost never crack open a user manual, but after a couple hours of tinkering with this thing and reading the instructions I gave up. If all you want to do is create wireless backups of you PC I guess it would do, but if you want to use it to wirelessly store and access media get something else. It's hard to set up and the documentation provided sucks.
Summary: I bought this hard drive hoping to use it as a central storage device for all my media files to stream to my ipad. Unfortunately I did not think the reviews about the slow transfer speed would be of concern, but it really does hinder any use of this product as a true media server. Viewing pictures is painstaking as it takes several seconds to load each picture before it can be viewed and viewing video files is even worst with constant buffering problems.
Summary: Like many people have said, this is a great idea, but not a great product. 1. The setup and connection was easy, especially on a mac. But once I'm connected the internet stops working. 2. Called up the WD tech support on the phone for an hour and nothing got solved. 3. Conclusion was that it was a faulty unit. I doubt it.
Summary: I bought this drive to serve as a network accessible storage (NAS) and it does that, it is just way too SLOW. I had read reviews by people complaining that the data transfer rates were very slow, and I mistakenly still bought it. The reason I bought it was because it appeared as though the people with slow transfer rates never gave the WD technical support a chance to help solve the problem.
Summary: Completely under whelming. I been buying WD drives since the ATA 33 days and always had good success. I think this hardware is probably Okay as well. Unfortunately it is saddled with some serious weak software. The firmware and flash routines are buggy. Setup just sucks. Build all the partitions and define all the users before you put any real data on this because you will probably wind up doing at least 1 "factory reset" after flashing the firmware.