Wireless Storage Wherever You Go
Western Digital has announced the latest version of its wireless WD passport series .i.e WD Passport Wireless Pro. This Pro version comes with up to 50% more storage capability than its earlier version. Furthermore, the functionality to take advantage of various capacities of new applications that were not available at the time of the earlier version. The WD Passport Wireless Pro has 3TB of capacity, along with connectivity of both USB 3.0 and 2.0, a SD card reader, WiFi connectivity and can even charge your mobile phones.
Save time with SD 3.0
The WD Passport Wireless Pro is aimed at creative professionals, as well as photographer or video editor. Creative professionals can also charge their SD card or connect the storage media via the USB port for transferring data to the WD Passport Wireless Pro. Those with compatible cameras can be connected wirelessly to the device to download content. These features are not necessarily new or unique however, the WD Passport Wireless Pro allows users to connect to multiple storage devices, editing and media options, allowing editing on the go.
All-day battery life On WD Passport Wireless Pro
Integration with Cloud storage, creative professionals can edit while at the point of use of an iPad. This will not only make quick and easy editing which can also decrease the total amount of equipment that needs to be taken. Laptops and computers direct attached storage along with several strands can be left behind and replaced with the WD Passport Wireless Pro and iPad. The WD Passport Wireless Pro will also be liked by the general public. The device has up to 10 hours of battery, hence you can connect and transmit up to 8 devices, and is currently the only portable Plex server.
For this review, we will be looking at the 2TB WD Passport Wireless Pro, which is priced at $ 229.99 and selling comes with a warranty of 2 years.
WD Passport Wireless Pro Specifications:
Capacity: 2TB, 3TB
Battery capacity: 6400mAh
WiFi protocol: Compliant with: 11n 1Tx1R: 802.11g/n (20M/40M) and 11ac 1Tx1R: 802.11a/n/ac (20M, 40M, 80M), Dual-Band/Dual AP
- USB 2.0 up to 480 MB/s
- USB 3.0 up to 5 Gb/s
- SD 2.0 up to 25 MB/s
- SD 3.0 up to 60 MB/s
- Windows 7
- Windows 8
- Windows 10
- Lion (Mac OS 10.7)
- Mountain Lion (Mac OS 10.8)
- Yosemite (Mac OS 10.10)
- El Capitan (Mac OS 10.11)
- Compatible browsers:
- Google Chrome 31 and later on supported Windows and Mac computers
- Firefox 29 and later on supported Windows and Mac computers
- Safari 6.0 and later on supported Mac computers
- Internet Explorer 8.0 and later on supported Windows computers
- Weight: 446g (may vary by capacity)
- (WxLxH): 126 x 126 x 24 mm
- AC input frequency: Input frequency: 47 to 63 Hz
- AC input voltage (AC adapter): Input voltage: 90V to 260 VAC
- Altitude: Up to 10,000 MSL
- Non-operating humidity: 5%-90%
- Operating humidity: 10%-80% (non- condensing)
The WD Passport Wireless Pro is made for creative professionals and is rich in features aimed specifically at those who find the most attractive device. That may be a strange way to start a performance section, but the main focus of the device is in all its various functions compared to disk speed. As for 2MB sequential speeds, the WD Passport Pro Wireless was able to hit writing 109.32MB / s writing and 109.68MB / s reading speed. As for our 4K random transfer speeds Pro gave us write 1.12MB / s write and 0.47MB / s read, which was significantly higher.
The WD Passport Wireless Pro is a portable storage device having up to 3 TB of storage. Users can connect wirelessly with the device or use the USB 3.0, USB 2.0, SD card and port to transfer files to it. With the creative professional in mind, the passport Pro Wireless can quickly download files from devices such as SD cards. Furthermore,it connects with Creative Cloud applications that allow editing photos on the spot. There cloud connectivity such as Dropbox that allows photos to be backed up before or after editing, and the device itself can act as a backup of photos and videos. The device also features a 10-hour battery and can be transmitted to 8 devices using streaming media services such as Plex. Therefore, This capability makes it attractive for media enthusiasts who can take long trips.
As a result the WD Passport Wireless Pro said makes real bold claims about performance, is designed to highlight its multitude of features versus a high speed fast. For performance of the current generation WD Passport Wireless Pro it compared to previous and found that performance is maintained in some areas and excelled in others.
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