Solved Difference Between Different Western Digital Colors Tags: Western Digital Storage Green Last response: June 2, 2014 4:54 PM in Storage Share Anonymous June 2, 2014 4:52:35 PM I have seen different colors by Western Digital... What is the difference between Blue, Black, Green, Red, and Purple? More about : difference western digital colors Reply to Anonymous Best solution Jaxem a b G Storage June 2, 2014 4:54:22 PM Blue is mainstream, black is performance, green is economical, red is for always on storage (NAS), purple is for surveillance recording. All work in a PC, just optimized for different things. Reply to Jaxem Share Ask the community Post an answer Related resources SolvedWhats the difference between these two Western Digital hard drives? Forum SolvedDifference between Western Digital Blue and Scorpio Blue HD's? Forum Difference Between Western Digital Caviar Black and Black Series Forum Difference between Western Digital Scorpio Blue and black Forum SolvedWestern Digital HD color differences? Forum SolvedDifferent Seagate/Western Digital Storages Forum Difference about Western Digital 1TB Caviar Blue/Red/Green Forum SolvedWestern digital black scorpio and black cavier (difference) Forum SolvedDifference between WD colors? Forum SolvedWestern Digital HDD Colors Forum Western Digital Raptor 150 GB -- Gaming difference?? Forum SolvedDifferences in Western Digital Bare Drives Forum SolvedWestern Digital Caviar Colors Forum Big difference in some colors between printer and monitor Forum Solvedwhats the difference between POWER COLOR / sapphire and the normal edition of AMD GFX cards? Forum Solvedwhich western digital color to get ? Forum Difference between digital uv and ordinary uv filter Forum Difference between DTV and Digital TV Forum Color difference between HDMI and DVI Forum SolvedAre power supplies universal? Western and Asian wattage and plug difference... HELP Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !