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Western Digital My Passport SSD Introduced

Western Digital has presented the newest version of its compressed portable solid-state drive. My Passport SSD has read speeds of 1050MBps. The newest western digital product comes with a hard-wearing metal structure and it is powered by Nvme technology. My Passport SSD is accessible in capacities up to 2TB and is aimed at everyday makers who are looking forward to increasing their productivity. It is shock and vibration resistant, and has enabled a password of 256-bit AES hardware encryption, and is well-suited with Mac and Personal Computers.

The latest My Passport SSD comes in 3 types of storage capacities such as 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB. It is offered in different colors comprising Grey, Blue, and Gold. It is recently accessible for purchase on Amazon.in, and it is being offered at a lower price because of the Great Indian Sale. During this time, it costs approx. INR 7k for the 500GB storage variant, INR 13k for the 1TB model, and INR 25k for the 2TB storage variant, till 30th October.

Starting from 13th November, it will be available in retail shops too. The 500GB model will be priced at approx. INR 9k, the 1TB storage variant at approx. INR 16k, and the 2TB model at INR 29k. My Passport SSD has a 5-yr limited warranty.


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Western Digital’s novel My Passport SSD provides consecutive read speeds of 1050MBps and successive write speeds of 1000MBps. It has a password enabled encrypted hardware of 256-bit AES which can assist in protecting the content. As per the company, Western Digital, it is the quickest My Passport drive to this date.

It has a technology of USB 3.2 Gen-2, with a USB Type-C as well as a Type-A adapter. The latest Passport SSD is ready to use out of the box and is well-suited with macOS (v10.13 and above) as well as Windows (v8.1 and above). It has a sturdy metal design and is transportable. According to the company, developers can be able to move and edit the content nearly 2x as fast with this item, as compared to the former one.