Where are you saving your precious digital files? Would you like to access these files wherever you’ll go? Actually, I found new product that you can save everything and access your files anywhere. It’s a called WD My Cloud™ Personal Cloud Storage.
My Cloud™ Personal Cloud Storage is the newest product of Western Digital. It is a complete solution wherein users can organize, centralize, and secure the digital content from all your computers and mobile devices and be able to access those files from any device, from anywhere in the world.
I tried to use this product in the exciting event called WD My Cloud Chinatown Photowalk. It’s joined by the coolest bloggers in the Metro. The event was organized by WD Philippines and facilitated by Photographer, Mr. Rolly Magpayo and Mr. Enrico Dee, the travel blogger behind Byahilo.com.
Before the Photowalk, we headed first to Cafe Mezzanine. Mr Rolly gave us some tips and advises how to take beautiful photos. It’s an interesting discussion. I really gained some knowledge on what’s photography all about. Thanks sir Rolly!
After taking hot brewed coffee in Cafe Mezzanine, we went to Estero Fast Food, a place which is literally located near the “estero” (dirty canal), where you can taste exotic food and Filipino dishes. They served fried frog legs and oyster cake. I’m not really delicate to any kind of food. Actually it’s my 3rd time to visit the place. Though the surrounding is not pleasing to eyes, those dishes they served are clean and delicious.
Next destination was in Serry restaurant. Lots of Chinese cuisines were served on our table which include sibut black chicken soup, bamboo shells, fried intestine, sauteed kidney and goat calderata. I really love the fried intestine, which I think the best “pulutan” in a drinking session Lol.
Finally, we went to a restaurant along Yungcheco street in Binondo. It’s called the Ying Yang restaurant. That time, I’m really craving for dimsum. And Yes! They served dimsums. Friends from WD Philippines ordered Xiao Long Bao, fried dumplings, siomai, siopao among others.
While eating yummy Chinese dishes, I started uploading my photos to WD My Cloud. By the way, you can upload the app on your mobile phones via Google Play store and App store. The app is easy to use and user friendly.
The event was ended by awarding the winner who took the best photo during the Photowalk.
Just to give information about My Cloud, it is a device that store, organize and back up your photos, videos, music and important documents all in one place. It is also compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP (SP 3) operating systems as well with Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Lion, or Snow Leopard operating systems.
Don’t forget as well to use WD’s free apps to upload, access and share from anywhere with your PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone.