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WD My Passport Wireless 2TB Drive

SKU: WDBDAF0020BBK

WD My Passport Wireless 2TB Drive is the one wireless drive for all your devices. Free up space on your tablet and smartphone. Back up or transfer your photos and videos from your SD card to keep on shooting. It's wireless. Portable. It's one drive with no boundaries.

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INTERFACE
  • Wireless-N with MIMO
  • SD card slot
  • USB 3.0
KIT CONTENTS
  • Wi-Fi mobile storage
  • USB cable
  • USB power adapter
  • Quick install guide
DIMENSIONS
  • 500 GB

Length: 5.0 in (127.0 mm)
Width: 3.39 in (86.0 mm)
Height: 0.86 in (21.8 mm)
Weight: .55 lb (0.25 kg)

  • 1 TB

Length: 5.0 in (127.0 mm)
Width: 3.39 in (86.0 mm)
Height: 0.96 in (24.4 mm)
Weight: .60 lb (0.27 kg)

  • 2 TB

Length: 5.0 in (127.0 mm)
Width: 3.39 in (86.0 mm)
Height: 1.17 in (29.8 mm)
Weight: .77 lb (0.35 kg)

OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS Data transfer rate
USB 3.0 up to 5 Gb/s
SD 2.0 up to 25MB/s
2×2 Wireless-NOperating temperature: 0°C to 35°C
Non-op. temperature: –20°C to 60°C
SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY Formatted exFAT for Windows Vista®, Windows® 7 or Windows 8 operating system and Mac OS® X
Warranty 2 Years

 

 

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From Hardware BBQ:

The only con I can think of is that I am not able to use the drive wireless once it’s connected to a system via USB 3.0. This would have made more sense, considering that the drive does take a very long time to upload and download larger files. At the very least it could have solved the upload problem and enabled wireless option at the same time. Plus there’s an added advantage that the device gets charged at the same time. If WD can implement this via a firmware update, they really should consider it.


From Storage Review:

Overall, this is a very solid device by WD. With more and more companies entering the wireless drive market, functionality and pricing are becoming an important driving factor to staying competitive. The WD Passport Wireless delivers in both regards, offering up to 2TB of data (which is double the maximum capacity of the Seagate Wireless Plus for only $20 more) to any Wi-Fi enabled device at a very competitive price, making it a very attractive storage solution for consumers.

 

 

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