23 July, 2014: The Western Digital MyBook World Edition looks exactly like its desktop brethren, the MyBook Premium Edition, save for its glossy white exterior, reminiscent of the traditional iPod case. The MyBook World Edition sits vertically and is designed to resemble a book. The edges of the “pages” are marked with a series of dots and dashes–Morse code–that do double duty as a passive cooling feature. On the spine of the “book” sits a power button surrounded by two blue LED rings. The inner ring is a capacity gauge, while the outer ring flashes to indicate activity. 

The back edge houses a Gigabit Ethernet port for connecting to your router, a USB port for attaching an external hard drive, a power port, a pinhole reset button, and a Kensington lock. Setting up the drive is simple: just connect the drive to a LAN port on your router using an Ethernet cable, connect the power cable, and plug it in. Once it’s fully powered on (which takes about 3 minutes), use the included CD to install the WD Anywhere Access software and the EMC Retrospect Backup software. 

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