Western Digital has hit a new landmark for portable drives when they updated their My Passport line of compact external drives. Rocking a new exterior design, WD’s My Passport now tops out at 2TB, which makes it the first portable drive to hit the 2TB capacity.
Western Digital has announced that they’ve updated their made-for-Mac line of My Passport external drives: the My Passport Studio, and the My Passport for Mac. The most obvious difference for the updates involves the drives’ physical design, with WD wrapped these new drives in an all-metal enclosure instead of the usual shiny plastic. The result?
Western Digital just updated a number of their external drives with larger storage capacities and faster connections. Their smallest portable drive, the My Passport Essential, gets a faster USB 3.0 connection and a capacity of 500GB, while the My Passport Essential SE gets the faster interface and bigger storage caps of 750GB and 1TB. The
Western Digital just cooked a way to spice up the mobile hard drive market by releasing five My Passport Essential drives with limited edition designs. Labeled as Boom Box, Black Hole, Cityscape, Fuschia Leaf and Wave, the patterns were created by design students at the California State University and slapped on top of WD’s shiny
Western Digital has just expanded their My Passport family of portable drives by unveiling the My Passport AV. It still pretty much looks like the rest of the My Passport drives, although WD claims this one to be “optimized for video storage and playback,” and is designed to work primarily with your home entertainment center,