Whether you are working on a large video project or simply a lot of documents, it is always important to have a reliable portable storage device on you, especially ones with blazing fast transfer speeds.
This is where Western Digital comes in with its new WD My Passport SSD, with capacities of up to 2TB. It comes in a sleek metal design that is both durable and stylish, and also incredibly portable, being able to fit comfortably in either your bag or pocket. WD’s new My Passport SSD is also shock and vibration resistant, with drop resistance of up to 1.98 meters.
Plus, most importantly, it has incredibly fast transfer speeds, with read speeds of up to 1050MB/s 1 and write speeds of up to 1000MB/s, which are powered by NVMe technology. This means the new My Passport SSD is capable of allowing users to move and edit their content nearly twice as fast as the previous version.
To ensure your files are securely protected, WD My Passport SSD also comes with password enabled 256-bit AES hardware encryption.
“The new My Passport SSD delivers the speed, reliability and functionality consumers have come to expect from us,” said Susan Park, vice president, Consumer Solutions, Western Digital. “It is a powerful and sophisticated solution for the everyday content creators, curators, and hobbyists who need to move files quickly. The rounded corners, waving ridges and soft edges enhance the My Passport SSD’s portability and make it easy to carry, yet also distinctly recognizable as a member within WD’s award-winning My Passport product line-up.”
To help suit the aesthetics of its user, the WD My Passport SSD will be available in a range of colours, namely red, blue, grey, and gold. The 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB variants will be retailing for S$189, S$329, and S$599 respectively, and they will be available on WD’s Shopee and Lazada stores.
Furthermore, to celebrate the launch of the WD My Passport SSD, the devices will be going for a discounted price of S$169, S$299, and S$549 for the 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB variants respectively on both Shopee and Lazada during its launch period.