Western Digital debuts My Passport Studio 2 TB portable hard drive

Just a week after the launch of the Western Digital My Passport 2 TB portable hard drive, the US company launched the My Passport Studio 2 TB portable hard drive.

The novelty targets professional Mac users and arrives with an elegant and protective all-metal casing that perfectly complements the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air.

Compatible with Apple Time Machine the new and spacious portable hard drive allows quick and easy automatic backup of Mac hard drives, allowing Mac users to use one drive for the protection and transport of virtually all their digital content, everywhere they go.

WD My Passport Studio Logo

Using the USB 2.0 interface for connectivity the new WD My Passport Studio portable hard drive also comes with two high performance FireWire 800 ports, which allow very fast upload and transfer speeds while also allowing users to daisy chain additional drives or other peripherals such as HD camcorders.

The data recorded is also protected by the on-board hardware encryption and password protection software and an all-metal design constructed for scratch and shock resistance makes sure your drive won’t succumb to accidental drops or abrupt shakings.

The new WD portable hard drive is available now for a price of 369 USD.

Source: Tech4tea.com

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