Western Digital My Book Live (2012)
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The Western Digital My Book Live (MBL) Low end NAS released in 2012. It is powered by Applied Micro APM82181 @ 800 MHz CPU and 256 MB RAM.
It comes with the capability to host digital multimedia contents for remote playback.
The My Book Live device has 1 x 3.5" SATA II bay(s) and 1 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN interface(s).
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Western Digital My Book Live (MBL) specifications
- Western Digital
- My Book Live
- Low end
- 167 x 139 x 50 mm
- 1.09 kg
- Disk bays
- 1 x 3.5" SATA II
- SSD support
The My Book Live device is a media center with DLNA/UPnP support. By using DLNA/UPnP digital devices, such as HDTV sets, Sony PS4, Microsoft Xbox One, you can view photos and play videos, listen to music stored on the NAS. With the iTunes server, you can share and play the music file supported by iTunes player installed on any Mac or Windows PC on the home network.
- LAN ports
- 1 x Gigabit Ethernet
- P2P support
- Media server
- Cloud backup
- USB ports
- eSATA ports
By default, the NAS's flash memory is used to store the WD My Book OS system.
- Applied Micro APM82181 @ 800 MHz
- 256 MB
- 512 kB
- Operating system
- WD My Book OS
- Power supply
- 12 V / 1.5 A
By default, the My Book Live will attempt to acquire an IP address from the DHCP server. DHCP is a network protocol for automatic IP configuration.
- Default IP
- Default username
- Default password
- Official site
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