WD updates its My Passport Ultra external hard drives

WD updates its My Passport Ultra external hard drives

Western Digital has presented the 7th generation of My Passport Ultra external hard drives. The novelties feature various innovations and sport an entirely closed metallic chassis that can be colored in white, red, blue and black.

The new My Passport Ultra generation measures 110 x 82 x 12.8-20.9 mm (L x W x H), depending on the model and capacity chosen. Speaking of this the 7th generation My Passport Ultra offers four capacities with 500 GB, 1 TB, 2 TB and 3 TB of storage space. All data goes through a USB 3.0 interface and there’s also AES-256 encryption as well as WD’s own SmartWare Pro software, which allows users to save a copy of their data with the Dropbox online cloud storage system.

Depending on the capacity chosen the price of the new My Passport Ultra drives varies between USD 79.99 and USD 199.99. The price includes a 3-year warranty as well and a cloth bag for easy transportation but if this is not enough then you can use an optional rubber WD Grip Pack case.

Source: Western Digital

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