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WD My Passport Refreshed: Thinner yet More Capacious

The recent WD Black product line for hardcore gamers doesn’t mean Western Digital has forgotten about its general audience. The proof? The storage maker today announced a refreshed lineup of its signature WD My Passport drives.

The new portable storage devices, including the WD My Passport and WD My Passport for Mac brands, are now the slimmest ever, just .75 inch (19.15 mm) thick, yet deliver up to 5TB of storage space.

Like the previous versions, the new drives are available in multiple colors, including black, blue, and red. The Mac version, however, only comes in midnight blue.

WD My Passport
The three colors of the new WD My Passport portable drives

The new My Passport drive is compatible with the Windows operating system right out of the box. It uses a micro-USB 3.2 Gen 1 (formerly 3.0) connector, which caps at 5Gbps. On the other hand, the My Passport for Mac drive is compatible with macOS Mojave (and later) and features a USB-C port — most Macbooks only support this type of connector.

All drives in the new My Passport family support 256-bit AES hardware encryption that users can customize via the WD Security application. It also comes with software for automatic social media (Facebook) and cloud (Dropbox and Google Drive) data import. This tool comes in handy in case you want to have a local version of your online data. There are also other software tools for users to monitor the drives’ condition.

The new and slimmer WD My Passport portable drive is available now, starting at $79.99 for 1TB.

Its full review is available here.

WD My Passport for Mac
The new My Passport for Mac is only available in midnight blue.

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