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CES 2018: My Passport Wireless SSD from WD for On-the-Go Backup

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Change the way you back up your photos and videos captured on cameras, drones, and mobiles devices with the My Passport Wireless SSD from Western Digital, showcased this year at CES. This portable SSD comes equipped with an SD card slot, so you can simply remove the memory card from your camera, drone, or mobile device and insert it directly into the SSD. Once inserted, the one-touch copy button allows for effortless transfer of data from the card directly to the solid-state drive. My Passport Wireless SSD can connect to your Windows or Mac computer and has a read speed of up to 390 MB/s via the built-in USB 3.0 port.

Want to share your stored content with friends and family? The My Passport Wireless SSD does that too! Simply turn on the My Passport Wireless SSD’s Wi-Fi feature to create your own dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi network. Once configured, multiple devices can wirelessly connect to the drive and stream content including 4K video, export RAW images, and even edit images using third-party apps. Stream, transfer files, and more all day long, thanks to the built-in battery, which provides up to 10 hours of use, as well as the ability to charge your mobile device via the built-in USB port with a power output of 2.4 A. The My Passport Wireless SSD even comes wrapped inside a protective bumper to help protect the drive and its contents against bumps and drops at heights from up to 1 meter. 
 

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