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Thread: WD media center HD vs regular ext HDD

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    Mike Fishcake

    WD media center HD vs regular ext HDD

    Hi guys,

    I'm interested in getting an ext firewire HDD (not USB2 or e-SATA for reasons I CBA to talk about) especially because it's on Today Only.

    But I'm trying to decide whether to get this or just one of the 250GB IDEs and a firewire HD caddy. What does the 'media center' aspect of the WD one do?

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    That allows the drive to basically read certain digital media formats using the 8-in-1 reader from cameras etc and move the files from the card to the drive.

    More info can be seen at the following Link

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