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Cheapest Western Digital My Cloud 3TB Price in Malaysia is RM 749.00

The Western Digital My Cloud 3TB is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Western Digital My Cloud 3TB price in Malaysia is RM 749.00 from Lazada. Western Digital My Cloud 3TB price details are updated August 2020.

Western Digital My Cloud 3TB Price Guide

Price List by Country for Western Digital My Cloud 3TB

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 2.810.000 RM 813.00
Malaysia MYR 749.00 RM 749.00
Philippines PHP 9,999.00 RM 860.00
Thailand THB 5,900 RM 803.00
Vietnam VND 4.990.000 RM 910.00

Western Digital My Cloud 3TB Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelMy Cloud 3TB
DateOct 2013
Hard drive
HDD capacity3000 GB
Ports & interfaces
Maximum data transfer rate5000 Mbit/s
USB connectorUSB Type-A
USB version3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1)
Ethernet LANYes
USB data transfer rates480,5000 Mbit/s
Card reader integratedNo
Weight & dimensions
Weight960 g
Width49 mm
Depth139.3 mm
Height170.6 mm
Bus poweredNo
External power adapterYes
AC adapter input voltage100-240 V
AC adapter frequency47-63 Hz
Built-in batteryNo
Product colourWhite
Fingerprint readerNo
Password protectionYes
Plug and PlayYes
LED indicatorsYes

Reviews of Western Digital My Cloud 3TB
Reviewed on 2014-05-19
As internet connectivity become speed up, network-attached devices are also seeing new take-up among users who previously see no need for such products. This is why companies in the space are now looking to directly invest in smaller, yet more profitable,...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-28
Easy to set up, Mobile apps, Desktop apps, Overall design & performance,
Individual user drive quotas would be handy for multiple users (a family or small business)
There was a time in the not-to-distant past when setting up storage solutions on your home network was complicated and expensive. Then, once you get everything setup, you could only access that Network Attached Storage (NAS) when you were actually in the...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-26
In contrast to the company's My Passport Wireless , which is designed to be toted around, the My Cloud is built to be stationary — plugged in at a single location in your home or office, usually near your Wi-Fi or Internet router. Available in capacities...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-18
Great Value, Design Language, Super easy to get started.
No search function, Soso access speeds
The promise of a device like the WD My Cloud is fairly simple. The Cloud, the easiest option to save the umpteen selfies and random videos you take, also has a certain eeriness to it all. You are essentially leaving your private data to a corporation, who...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-19
The WD My Cloud 3 TB is a network hard disk drive, also know as NAS (Network Attached Storage). It must be connected to your router through a Gigabit Ethernet port, and it supports the installation of a second drive through a USB 3.0 port that is availabl...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-21
FormFactor, Easy to Install, AC plug with switchable sockets for different region
Slow transfer speed via LAN for a gigabit ethernet, Lack of Security Features, Manual network setting not possible during WD My Cloud Dashboard installation, No physical switches for power on/off and data copy to HDD, Dropbox sync only works with WD Smart...
Having a cloud storage has its usefulness but having your own network storage has many added advantages. Cloud and online storage have been proved unreliable at times. From the time when thousands of users have lost data because of MEGAUPLOAD raid, to eve...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-05
Cloud computing is all the rage nowadays. We use iCloud for our music and photos, Dropbox and Google Drive for file sharing and storage, plus a host of other cloud-based services, on a daily basis. The problem is, some of these services can get expensive ...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-21
Easy to setup and manage, Accessible from anywhere using desktop and mobile apps, Good looking and well constructed design, Supports USB and network backups, iTunes music and DLNA media servers, USB 3.0 expansion port, Gigabit Ethernet, Quiet operation, R...
Mediocre read and write speeds, Hard drive is not removable, Does not support offsite backups
As one of the biggest names in the storage industry, Western Digital doesn't need much of an introduction. Founded in 1970, the company got its start by manufacturing calculator chips. As time went on, Western Digital expanded into the PC market, adding f...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-20
Super simple plug-in-and-go setup, USB 3.0 for expansion, Mobile app auto-sync is pretty slick, WD2GO system makes users not have to think about how to get to their data
Seemingly no way to opt out of WD2GO, Horrible issues getting WD2GO to work on OS X, Unable to connect remotely on OS X, Two year warranty when the drive instead normally has a three year warranty, Suggested Improvements, Fix the OS X issues, — Get away...
While cloud storage services such as Dropbox,, SpiderOak, and more offer decent ways to store a few gigabytes of data for free, once a user passes that free mark, the price for storage increases significantly. Rather than pay a monthly fee, someon...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-14
Thinking of having your own personal cloud, WD My Cloud may be what you have been waiting for. Marketed as “Save Everything, Access Anywhere”, the My Cloud is available in 2, 3 and 4 TB size. As a single drive setup, the My Cloud targets mostly home users...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-20
$150 gets you a $100 drive and a pretty solid $50 NAS, Great performance for its class, Simple to use interface makes set-up easy, Fanless design means it's incredibly quiet
No per share size limits means you might fill your drive with Time Machine backups, Not for a power user interested in micromanaging their storage, Mobile apps lack quick file finding features, No official Linux support
In the consumer electronics world, simplicity is king. Manufacturers must constantly struggle to balance power and complexity with ease of use. Western Digital has been walking that tightrope for a while now with its My Book line of personal storage produ...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-23
Fair pricing Saves you money on cloud storage services. Easy to get up and running and easy to use, with intuitive mobile apps. FTP support. Can expand with additional drives. Able to stream to music and videos to your mobile devices. Offers anywhere, rem...
Desktop app is buggy. Requires ethernet connection and doesn't have builtin wifi
Just about everyone these days uses some Cloud storage service, such as SkyDrive or DropBox, etc. Unfortunately these services are limited to a just few gigs, unless you pony up for a subscription plan. So while free cloud storage plans are great for some...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-21
Compelling use case, Simple, intuitive setup and management, Good Price
Slow file transfers, Occasionally glitches
Cloud storage has emerged as a hugely attractive option for consumers and businesses alike. Consumer cloud storage darling Dropbox has gotten big enough that it warrants its own developer conference, Box is consistently innovating in the business spac...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-21
Freshened interface, USB 3.0 for expanded storage, Easy remote access without port forwarding, 3 licenses for Smartware Pro backup software, Apple Time Machine backup, NAS snapshot backups
Allornothing for NAS backup, Javabased web browser access can be frustrating, No support for iCloud or SugarSync
Many of the products that we review now have the word "Cloud" as part of their product name. And we're not just talking about NASes. Routers are also heavily betting on cloud capabilities, too.This trend isn't surprising.. According to NPD Group data cite...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-02
We humans, are creatures of pattern. Of repetition. Most of us follow the same routine day in and day out, deviating a little when time or money allows. I know in my own life, most days I wake up, go to work and come home. While not unlike most everybody ...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-25
Plenty of space with an option to further extend it via USB 3.0. Super easy to setup and manage. Transfer rate over wireless is not the fastest but does its job for media streaming and backups. May have conflict with some router/PC/Mac settings but there ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-09
Western Digital's My Cloud has done more than any other device to popularise the idea of a NAS as a personal cloud, and you won't find a cheaper or smaller way of getting one up and running. The device is no bigger than your average external HDD, and...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-28
It's more than a little disingenuous to call WD's latest storage product the ‘My Cloud'. Touted as a “cloud of your own” in the marketing bumpf, it's really no different than many other internet accessible NAS devices we've reviewed in the past.Which is n...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-10
Simple web interface and apps, USB 3.0 port for external storage, WD Red drives designed for NAS use
May not be as easy to get working as intended
The term 'personal cloud' is one that comes up when you look at the features of the WD My Cloud. It's a network attached storage (NAS) device that allows your personal data to be securely accessed over the Internet through a computer or a mobile device. W...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-14
Simple web interface and apps, USB 3.0 port for external storage, WD Red drives designed for NAS use
May not be as easy to get working as intended
Storage giant Western Digital has experience with consumer-focused network attached storage – they've sold the My Book Live for some time, which offers a very simplistic NAS setup aimed solely at the consumer market....
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