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1970–1991 1991–1997 1997–2004 2004–2017 (primary); 2017–present (secondary) 2017–2022 (primary); 2022–present (secondary) 2022–present
1970–1991 1991–1997 1997–2004 2004–2017 (primary); 2017–present (secondary) 2017–2022 (primary); 2022–present (secondary) 2022–present

1970–1991

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1991–1997

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1997–2004

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2004–2017 (primary); 2017–present (secondary)

2004–2017 (primary); 2017–2019 (secondary)

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Since late 2013, it dropped the wordmark in favor of the WD logomark for the consumer internal and external storage drives but it kept the full logo as a corporate logo until 2017. The original blue variant of the WD logomark was used on most consumer products until 2019.

2019–present (secondary)

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In 2019, the WD logo changed its color from blue to orange. It is presently used only on all of WD-branded external HDD and SSD drives. Consumer internal HDD and SSD drives will mostly use the 2017-present Western Digital logo.

2017–present

2017–2022 (primary); 2022–present (secondary)

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To reflect their acquisition of SanDisk back in 2016, Western Digital changed its logo. The logo was later implemented to their products: first on its professional and enterprise drives in late 2017, and consumer internal HDD and SSD drives in 2019 (also appeared on WD_BLACK series internal drives).

2022–present

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To celebrate their 52nd anniversary, Western Digital unveiled new brand symbol on April 12, 2022, while the 2017 wordmark remain in use.

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