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WD focuses on Thailand's router market

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US-based Western Digital Corporation (WD), the world's leading maker of hard-disk drives, is set to ramp up marketing over the next few months to build its brand in Thailand as a maker of digital lifestyle products. 

Models show Western Digital’s new N750 dual-band storage router costing 3,750 baht.

"The company is ready to allocate its marketing budget to communicate to Thai consumers that WD is no longer just a disk drive maker, but also offers products that serve a connected life," said Amy Tan, a senior manager for WD in Asean.

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