Alongside the announcement of the new My Passport Wireless Pro, Western Digital revealed a new NAS drive today.

That NAS drive has been named the My Cloud Pro and is capable of storing up to 32TB of data and features the ability to import data from cameras, memory cards and other USB storage via the USB port and the on-touch backup button, allowing users to connect a compatible USB storage device or camera and back up their files at the press of a button.

The My Cloud Pro Series NAS also features a hardware accelerated video processor inside, which provides transcoding capabilities to allow the NAS to import, edit, store and stream content from a range of formats, including 4K video.

It also has an integrated application suite, including compatibility for Plex, Adobe’s Creative Cloud and more.

It can also be connected the WD’s My Cloud app and for remote access from devices outside of your network at home.

The My Cloud Pro Series is now available from $399.99 up to $1,649.99 depending on your chosen configuration or capacity.

Source: Western Digital

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