The My Cloud home storage device plugs directly into your Wi-Fi router at home so you can save all your digital content in one central place.
The My Cloud Home is available in both single-drive and dual-drive options, and both look the same apart from their size. The top and bottom have large grilles for air circulation. There is a Gigabit Ethernet port on the rear, along with a recessed reset button, a power inlet, and a USB 3.0 host port.
Inside, it sports a a 1.4GHz ARM-based Realtek RTD1296 processor with four Cortex-A53 cores. There’s also 1GB of RAM and the devices s range from 2TB to 8TB for the single-drive My Cloud Home, and 4TB to 16TB (in mirrored RAID) for the larger My Cloud Home Duo.
Set up is easy, you plug it into a internet-connected router. Then, fire up either the My Cloud website, desktop or mobile app and log in.
In use it is easy. No real problems were encountered. . Whether you have access to the mobile app, desktop or, even browser (MyCloud.com), uploading is pain-free. It even allows for a plug-in USB into the back of the My Cloud Home, and import files using the mobile app.
Overall, this is a good option for backing up your data and accessing it from anywhere.