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- Wireless so you can offload, edit and stream files while on the go (internet must be available)
- USB 3.0 port for fast transfer and you can use it as a charging station to charge your devices. The port can also be used to import media from external devices like your DSLR!
- Built-in SD card reader so you could import files from a storage card
- Available in 2TB and 3TB storage
- 10 hours battery life with continuous use
- Dual wireless band of 5GHz and 2.4GHz
- WiFi password protection
What’s in the Box
- My Passport Wireless Pro
- USB Cable
- USB Power adapter
- Quick install guide
I also like this drive because it’s not bulky, so I can take it with me anywhere. I can also use it as a WiFi hub and share it with other devices like my husband’s phone or iPad. Speaking of iPad, the My Passport Wireless Pro not only works with Mac devices, but it works well with PC too. You will not have to reformat it – just plug it up, connect and do what you please!
Your files can be accessed anywhere you are in the world (with internet access and the device) by using the free app My Cloud (available on iTunes and Google Play). My Cloud is a mobile app that you will need to access files stored on the drive through your smartphone or tablet. This will come in handy if you do not have a computer available to plug up My Passport Wireless Pro for importing/exporting files. My Cloud can also connect you to Adobe Creative Cloud so you can work on photography and videography projects.
If you are into taking a lot of photos and videos (especially for blogging, journalism and other professional purposes) this drive is just for you! When you’re on the go, you want something that is fast, easy and efficient to get your work done so that you’ll have more time for other things – like the beach!
Although this post was kindly sponsored by Western Digital, my opinions are always my own.