WD 3TB My Passport Wireless Pro USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

WD 3TB My Passport Wireless Pro USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

WD 3TB My Passport Wireless Pro USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

WD 3TB My Passport Wireless Pro USB 3.0 External Hard Drive


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Product Highlights

  • 3TB Storage Capacity
  • 802.11ac Wi-Fi, USB 3.0 Connectivity
  • SD Media Card Slot
  • Simultaneously Streams up to 8 HD Videos
  • Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life
  • Charge Mobile Devices
  • USB 2.0 Port
  • Formatted in ExFAT
  • Compatible with iOS/Android Devices
  • Windows and Mac Compatible
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WD Wireless Pro Overview

  • 1Description

Offload memory cards in the field with up to 3TB of portable, wireless storage with the My Passport Wireless Pro from WD. With a built-in card reader, you can easily back up photos and videos from SD memory cards, coming from digital cameras, GoPros, and other recording devices, to the My Passport Wireless Pro without the need for a computer. WD has armed the My Passport Wireless Pro with an 802.11ac Wi-Fi module along with a hard drive so you can access and share up to 3TB of content wirelessly with tablets, computers, digital cameras, and other wireless devices. The My Passport Wireless Pro lets you stream up to 8 HD videos simultaneously and is formatted in exFAT, delivering compatibility with Windows, Mac, and other systems. Moreover, you can set up the My Passport Wireless Pro as a hotspot to share Internet connectivity with other devices.

Aside from wireless connectivity, the My Passport Wireless Pro comes equipped with an internal 6400 mAh battery, which provides it with all-day power (up to 10 hours), and a USB 2.0 port for recharging mobile devices. The USB 2.0 port can also be used to transfer data from thumb-sized USB drives and other external USB storage drives to the My Passport Wireless Pro. In addition, a USB 3.0 connection is available to recharge its internal battery as well as quickly transfer multimedia content to a computer system without Wi-Fi abilities.

Wireless Storage
Built with 802.11ac technology, the My Passport Wireless Pro is able to deliver fast data transfers and smooth HD media streaming capabilities. Wirelessly transfer images you capture in the field via FTP Mode with your compatible DSLR camera to the drive, where the content can be backed up, viewed, and edited using a connected tablet or laptop.
SD Card Reader
The integrated SD 3.0 card reader delivers fast media transfers while you're out of the office. You can move or copy high-resolution photos and Full HD videos from your camera's SD card to this high-capacity drive.
Battery Life
Take the My Passport on a long trip to continuously stream videos while on the road. It lasts up to 10 hours while streaming a 720p, 3 Mb/s video to one device over Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz. Actual battery life depends on file size, type, format, bitrate, devices connected, Wi-Fi connectivity, settings, and other factors.
Built-in Power Bank
You can charge your smartphone, tablet, and other USB devices on the go via an integrated USB 2.0 port on the 6400 mAh power bank.
USB Technology
The two built-in USB ports quickly transfer a large amount of RAW images or Full-HD vides to or from your computer.
Plex organizes your entire media collection with one simple interface and visually enhances it by adding descriptions, plot summaries, posters, and album covers. Wirelessly stream media stored on your My Passport Wireless Pro to all your devices, including your PC and Mac computers, smartphones, tablets, Smart TVs, and more.
Access Files from Anywhere
Wirelessly connect the My Passport Wireless Pro to your mobile devices using the My Cloud mobile app so you can view, organize, edit, and share your media files from anywhere with your tablet and smartphone.
Adobe Creative Cloud Connected
Adobe Creative Cloud equips you with the tools you need to turn your ideas into creative masterpieces. Since My Passport Wireless Pro is Creative Cloud connected through the My Cloud mobile app, you can quickly get your photos and videos from your camera to your drive and into the Creative Cloud ecosystem. With just a few clicks on your tablet, you can open, edit, and save files wherever you are.
External USB Storage Device Support
When you connect an optional external USB storage device to your My Passport Wireless Pro, you'll be able to wirelessly access content on that external device using your computer, tablet, and smartphone using the My Cloud app. It becomes a network share on your My Passport Wireless Pro, so you have access to your data.
Windows and Mac Compatible
The My Passport is formatted in exFAT, which eliminates the need to reformat the drive.
Safeguard Captured Moments
Wi-Fi password protection helps keep your photography, videography, music, and important files safe from unauthorized wireless access. Set up Drive Lock in the device dashboard to prevent USB access to your content in the unlikely event it is lost or stolen.
Internet Hotspot
Use the My Passport Wireless Pro as a Wi-Fi hub to share an Internet connection with up to eight devices.
Stream up to 8 HD Videos Simultaneously
Connect multiple devices to your My Passport Wireless Pro and simultaneously stream up to 8 HD videos (3 Mb/s HD MP4 streams).
Dual Wireless Band Support
My Passport Wireless Pro is equipped with two different wireless bands: 5 GHz 802.11ac band for faster performance on compatible wireless AC devices and 2.4 GHz 802.11n band for better long-range performance for wireless AC and N devices.
UPC: 718037839707
In the Box
WD 3TB My Passport Wireless Pro USB 3.0 External Hard Drive
  • USB Cable
  • USB Power Adapter
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    WD Wireless Pro Specs

    System Requirements Windows 10, 8, or 7
    Mac OS X El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, or Mountain Lion
    DLNA/UPnP or Plex-enable devices for streaming
    Drive 256 MB of cache memory
    3 TB capacity
    Interfaces 1 x USB 2.0 (host port)
    1 x USB 3.0
    1 x SD card slot
    Integrated 1x1 Wireless-AC
    Data Transfer Rate USB 3.0: up to 800 Mb/s
    USB 2.0: up to 480 Mb/s
    SD 3.0: up to 100 MB/s
    802.11ac: up to 433 Mb/s
    Memory 512 MB
    Processor RealTek RTD1195PN
    Temperature Operating: 32 to 95°F / 0 to 35°C
    Storage: -4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
    Battery Capacity 6400 mAh
    Power 90 to 260 VAC, 47/63 Hz
    Dimensions (L x W x H) 5.0 x 5.0 x 0.9" / 12.7 x 12.7 x 2.3 cm
    Weight 1.0 lb / 0.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.8 x 6.1 x 2.2"

    WD Wireless Pro Reviews

    3TB My Passport Wireless Pro USB 3.0 External Hard Drive is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 36.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything I wanted It to be. I have a been along time user of the Seagate Wireless Plus, but this solution has not been maintained well by Seagate and as such is quite far behind software wise. Additionally the hardware was under powered when it first came out and of course that stands true today. The WD Wireless Pro is what I had always hoped from a wireless hard drive. Fast, efficient, portable and useable. I can run multiple streams from he onboard Plex server, store seemly endless numbers of RAW photos form my Canon 80D, and work on projects that are just too big to be hauling around with me on my MacBook Pro. All while I'm sitting on a plane!! I love this drive.
    Date published: 2016-07-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT product - Important information I'm a professional photographer and this unit has improved my on-the-road workflow. I use it to create a WiFi network that allows a graphic designer and an editor to access what I've shot minutes after loading the images onto the drive. It also will automatically ingest (move or copy) files from an SD card or USB drive plugged into its onboard ports. NOTE: This is NOT a low-tech solutions for users who are hand-held through the use of computers or other modern technology devices. If you're not savvy enough or don't have access to some who is - you'll probably be quite frustrated. But then, that is one of the things that separates thedilettante from the professional!
    Date published: 2017-05-01
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Wireless Drive, Bad Plex Server This drive works great as a portable media drive. It's very fast and the WD software is mature, complete, yet simple. The Plex Media Server (which is the whole reason I bought this drive) is not so much... I have been running Plex at home on an actual server for years and therefore was a big Plex fan already. When I saw the press release for this device, I ordered one immediately. A portable Plex Media Server would be perfect for traveling where internet bandwidth is limited. The CPU on this portable NAS is very slow, and causes a lot of performance issues for Plex Clients. Media analysis is painfully slow, taking days for a large library. I was able to tune the Plex settings to maximize performance, which was just enough to make Plex usable, but now it won't play half my media. I keep getting offset errors in the Plex Media Server log. There is no pattern to which files play and which do not, they are all encoded with the same Video and Audio codecs in the same containers. I have already spent several days trying to get this working and am almost at the point of sending it back. The WD software allows quick and perfect playback of my media collection, so I may hang on to it, but the whole reason I bought this product was to run Plex. Disappointed...
    Date published: 2016-07-11
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from So So I have very mixed feelings about this device. On the one hand it's designed to be a perfect data backup and storage system for photographers/videographers on the road. On the other hand, there are a number of programming issues with this device that make it unreliable. First, I purchased two of these drives to take with me on a documentary I was shooting in Africa. I didn't want to have to rely on a laptop for backing up footage every night. These drives seemed the perfect solution. Initial tests seemed quite promising. I tested the quick backup functionality where you plug in your SD, press the button on the side, and your files are automatically backed up. I even tested trying to download the same SD card twice and I found that the WD Drive correctly identified that the files had already been downloaded and it did not download them a second time. This all seemed well and good. My first few days of shooting went fine and the backups seemed to go okay. Then, after a couple days, I backed up an SD card and I could not find the files. I was very confused. I tried a number of backups and every time the files did not show up. I dug around for a while and found the files put into older SD backup folders. I can't figure out why the SW thought that the new files (with new dates from a newly formatted card) belonged to an older folder. Luckily the older files where given an new name and not simply overwritten by the new files. This seems like a bug in the software that needs to be fixed before the SD import feature can be considered reliable. After the debacle with the SD Import feature, I started manually copying the contents of SD cards to new folders I created myself. This seemed to work okay except for two issues. First is that the drive gives you no status on the progress of the file copies. This is very frustrating. When you use the SD Import feature, the blue lights flash and progress with the download, and the iPhone app shows the progress. File copies show no pro
    Date published: 2016-12-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great item when your on the field I had been looking for this item for a long time. There is also the SSD version which is 3 times more expensive. This version suits me very well. It is so much practical when your card is full and need to download your files. No need for a computer. You insert your card in the enclosed SD card reader, press a button for a few seconds and your card is replicated on the hard drive. You can later copy the files on your computer for editing. This is particularly great when you shoot videos and have to download or duplicate your files as backups. Just at the touch of a button. The phone app affiliated to the HD allows you to view and stream your files from your phone.
    Date published: 2018-09-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good device, just need to adjust my expectations It works as advertised, however I just need to adjust my expectations. Without getting into tech details, here is the summary of my experience after using it for a about a year: 1. It is capable of holding up large video files (I did up to 4GB each); 2. It can automatically transfer files from SD card plugged into built-in card reader, however I need to manually eject the card from the web or app interface afterward to avoid error message; 2-1. It can automatically transfer files CF cards via card reader USB connected, again with manual eject afterward 3. It is a normal external hard drive when connected to a computer via USB cable; 4. It can pass through Wi-Fi connection so I can browse the copied photos and share photos to the cloud at the same time; 5. It can stream video can show photos to mobile devices but slow; 6. It can run up to 10 hours on one charge provided if I do not stream videos from it; 7. All in all, it is a good device on the road to back up photos and videos, so I can free up memory cards. Just need to be patient, it is slower when configured to longer batter life instead of performance. Nice features I liked: 1. Built-in SD card reader; 2. Allowing USB stick or external card reader via USB; 3. Rechargeable battery for up to 6 hours (based on my experience) 4. Pass through Wi-Fi 5. Added layer of protection to block disk mount when plugged into a computer 6. Video streaming over Wi-Fi (it is slow) Nicer feather I wished: 1. SSD storage instead of spinning HD 2. More RAM and faster CPU for better performance 3. smaller size 4. Add protection jacket say IP67, e.g. similar to Lifeproof case 5. Add Solar panel to the case
    Date published: 2017-08-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice External hard drive A External Hard Drive like this one is what I've been wanting for a long time. I always wanted to get a mobile storage device that I could put my Memory Cards in and back up my camera images when I'm on vacation. This filled the bill. The only thing I don't like about the drive is its not easy to get connected to your devices. Maybe because the instructions aren't easy enough or because I'm not a super tech user, I found it difficult to get my devices connected. After what seemed like a long time, I finally figured out how to connect my phone and tablet to it thru WiFi, and it was easy getting my notebook and desktop connected by cable, but I still haven't figured out if it's possible to connect my computers through WiFi. The drive seems very fast connecting through a USB3 connection, taking what seemed like a short time to back up over 100 GB of images. I admit, I haven't tried wireless transfer or Memory Card transfer yet. So far, except for the difficulty in making wireless connections, I really like this drive.
    Date published: 2016-10-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from need this in the field... the manual came inside the drive itself and good thing too because the quick setup guide didn't go into detail. it basically tells you to download the app and setup the drive through the mobile app. i did that and it didn't work at all. it wouldn't copy the files from the sd card. so i reset the drive and setup again this time through computer and browser. finally, it worked and has been working fine since. copy times are pretty fast and the indicators are the blue led lights. when all 4 are lit your content has been copied over. it does say in the manual in order to view content through the mobile app the content must be synced to the drive...i'm guessing that means set it all up the first time by way of computer and browser but i could be wrong. it seems better to do it that way anyway as the dashboard makes it clearer and easier to see and change all options to your liking. i'd give it 5 stars if it came with the case for transport. but i got a cheap neoprene case at the dollar store...problem solved. i'm using this in the field with the ipad and haven't had any problems so far viewing and transferring files from the drive through wi-fi. this helps a lot.
    Date published: 2016-07-19
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