Reviews and Problems with Western Digital WDBCTL0030HWT
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Sending it back
joda, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: I purchased this hoping to log onto it via the web with any PC from anywhere and retrieve files and add files. It was not as easy to set up as I expected and it was not designed to work as I hoped.
Pros: Large Capacity
Cons: Difficult To Install, Difficult User Interface
Excerpt: Setup was as simple as stated; user help from WD website was useful. My only issues was with Apple operating system, and with that, iTunes worked well, but after much research and study, I will have to wait for Apple to support the storage of photos remotely, and still use iPhoto interface.
Pros: I haven't had this unit very long but overall I would say that the pro's out weigh the cons. It is a fully featured drive with several apps available from WD to help manage storage and back ups which is nice. Other than that I would say I like the look and set up is very easy.
Cons: Like a lot of people have mentioned data transfer is slow. Like really slow. I also continue to lose connection during transfers and back ups. I don't think I've completed one full back up yet because the connection keeps dropping out. I have quite a bit of HD video I'd like to transfer but compl...
Excerpt: The product is easy to set up on a PC and mobile system. I have installed it on iOS, Win7, and Android. Initial upload of data to the system takes a long time due to the volume. The USB on the back of the device will speed thing up. The WD user interface could use a design overhaul.
Pros: Easy Setup, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance
Excerpt: I have three of these which are used for mobile device photo uploads, mobile device video uploads and document sharing. iOS and Android software apps a bit complicated to initially set up but once done works great.
Pros: Backup Features, Pc And Timemachine Bkup, Reliable Performance, Works With Android Apps, Works With Ios Apps
Cons: Slow Access Speeds, Web Interface Complicated