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New Western Digital My Passport Drives Available in New Colors and Capacities

Posted May 27, 2015 by .Omar Correa in Computer

Western Digital today introduced their new, redesigned My Passport Ultra portable hard drives and My Passport for Mac drives. With the My Passport line now in its 7th generation, the My Passport Ultra and My Passport for Mac portable hard drives are now available in capacities up to 3 TB and in four stylish colors – Classic Black, Brilliant White, Wild Berry and Noble Blue. WD is also introducing a new optional accessory – WD Grip Pack – a soft band, available in a variety of colors, which encircles the drive, offering consumers an easy way to personalize their My Passport drives.

My Passport Ultra portable drives come in 3 TB, 2 TB, 1 TB and 500 GB capacities and feature 256-bit AES hardware encryption – delivering a high level of security with no impact to write-speed or CPU activity. If your My Passport Ultra falls into the wrong hands, the 256-bit AES hardware encryption protects users’ files, folders, photos, videos and music with a password known only to them. USB 3.0 compatibility provides fast data transfer rates of up to 5 gigabits per second, while being backwardly compatible with USB 2.0. My Passport for Mac portable drives are available in capacities of 3 TB, 2 TB, 1 TB and also feature 256-bit AES hardware encryption with USB 3.0 connectivity.

My Passport Ultra and My Passport for Mac portable drives are available today at select retailers, including Amazon. My Passport Ultra and My Passport for Mac have a Manufacturer’s Suggest Retail Price (MSRP) ranging from $79.99 up to $199.99 depending on capacity (3 TB capacity available next month). Both the My Passport Ultra and My Passport for Mac will offer a 3-year limited warranty. WD Grip Pack accessories will be available in June and will have an MSRP of $12.99.


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Omar is the Founder & Editor In Chief of GeeksterLabs.com (formerly known as BuyMeAniPhone.com). He is a Graphic/Web Designer by day and a tech reviewer by night. He's been reviewing products since 2007 and has filmed over 700 videos. He's also written reviews and articles for iPhone Life Magazine. He oversees all editorial content, focusing special attention on emerging technologies.