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Western Digital My Passport Wireless 1TB Black Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelMy Passport Wireless
DateSep 2014
Hard drive
Hard drive capacity1000 GB
Device typeHDD
Drive device, buffer size512 MB
Ports & interfaces
USB connectivity
USB connector typeUSB Type-A
USB version3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)
USB powered
Built-in battery
Battery life (max)20 h
Colour of productBlack
LED indicators

Western Digital My Passport Wireless 1TB Black Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2018-02-24
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Reviewed on 2018-02-04
Probably the most exciting thing about the My Passport Wireless SSD is that it removes the laptop from the picture. It enables you to backup your pictures from your camera automatically by WiFi, or allows for one touch SD card backup on board, at the time...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-10
4Tb of storage in the size of a cigarette packet, Bus powered – no external power required, Striking color choices to suit your taste, Good performance, 256 bit AES encryption capabilityNo USB Type-C option
When considering external storage, we usually consider value, capacity, performance and functionality over looks. With a drive like the Western Digital My Passport, combining these criteria with a sleek and subtle design with a bold color means the My Pas...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-13
My Passport drive from Western Digital (WD) is a portable drive that can store massive amount of data (photos, documents, and media files) and comes with an auto backup program to back your system up. The one I have to review here is the massive 4TB versi...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-06
Automatic backups with builtin SD card slot, Allaround performer, Simple to use once it's set upMy Cloud app could be better
As with its cousins from other WD product lines, the My Passport Wireless looks sleek and professional with its industrial color scheme, clean aesthetics, and curved edges. Its face is a black slate with the product marque and LEDs for power, Wi-Fi status...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-27
My Passport Wireless provides external storage for smartphone and a lot more. This versatile device can wirelessly connect to your MAC, PC, tablet and smartphone so you can easily share files and stream media. It even has an SD slot so you can upload file...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-18
Great battery life, Easy to use configuration, Wireless convenience, Easy to use software, Built-in SD card readerBulky, Slow hard drive for USB 3.0 transfers, iOS companion app needs improvement
WD's range of Passport external hard drives have always been well received in the mass market all thanks to its reliability and sleek design. Now, meet the bulkier version of its Passport drive – the WD My Passport Wireless, a WiFi enabled hard drive that...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-13
Carry your media library with you, access content from multiple machines simultaneouslyA tad large
The WD My Passport Wireless lets you backup, carry and stream files to other devices.I am a frequent traveller who enjoys seeing the world. And whenever I'm about to embark on my journey, the last thing I do before I leave for the airport is check that I...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-07
There are certain things – tech accessories to be exact – in life that are essential for day-to-day use. We can't live without portable storage these days, and we have at least one USB flash drive with us. For those who wants larger storage will have to s...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-17
Western Digital (WD) is a popular brand name when it comes to Storage Solutions for our devices. Speaking of storage, nothing really scares as much as the “insufficient storage space” warning on our devices. We live in a world where consuming media and co...
Reviewed on 2015-06-09
The company claims up to six hours of video streaming before the battery dies, but adding Internet access to the mix will push that number down further. It's not easy to test definitively, because battery drain will depend a lot on the signal strength ach...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-21
Decent transfer rates; Good value for moneyTransfer rate over WiFi is a little slow
WD My Passport Wireless external drive is both a backup and wireless drive. It has a USB 3.0 micro-B port for transferring files to and from your Mac or Windows PC, and in-built battery that powers it up when it's not connected to any PC/laptop and being...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-14
This device provides a massive addon storage for a phone or padlet which typically have only a few gigabytes of memory. Photos can be mailed or uploaded to various cloud servers direct from the My Passport via the phone/computer or they can be opened in a...File transfer from SD card to hard drive is slow
LIKE: This device provides a massive add-on storage for a phone or padlet which typically have only a few gigabytes of memory. Photos can be mailed or uploaded to various cloud servers direct from the My Passport via the phone/computer or they can be open...
Reviewed on 2015-05-08
Speed, Portable
Wester Digita l is the world's most well known and No 1 brand for External Hard disks . Today we are going to review WD My Passort 1TB External Hard Disk . WD is world's No one Brand for Hard Disks manufacturing . WD products are reliable , durable and sp...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-20
Highly Portable Backup Solution, SD Card Offload and FTP Access, Wireless Transfer, Excellent USB throughputBattery Life Could Be Improved, Setup Can Prove to be Irritating at Times
I recently had an opportunity to use the new WD My Passport Wireless External Hard Drive 1TB version. The latest external hard drive from WD comes with a built in battery, wireless access and SD Card Slot. When I first had an encounter with WD MY Passport...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-17
Large Portable Storage, Inbuilt Battery MiMo WiFi which allows the system connected to the drive to connect with the router for accessing the internet, SD Card Reader with ability to either copy or move data from SD to drive, Separate buttons for WiFi and...Not having the option to use WiFi when the drive is connected to a system via USB 3.0, SD Card transfer speed could be quicker, especially with large MOV files
WD tries to push themselves beyond a ‘storage manufacturer' image and don't seem to mind if they fail as long as it helps to evolve- at least that's the impression I get from their past products- their WD Blue SSD, WD Black², their wireless routers with o...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-13
SD Card Slot, Good Software, Smooth Video Streaming, Highly Portable Backup SolutionPhoto Browsing Was Slower Than Expected, Battery Live Could Be Improved
The Western Digital Passport Wireless is a member of a new class of storage devices that combine run-of-the-mill USB storage with wireless hotspot and media center functionality. These devices essentially marry what used to be two separate drives - an ext...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-09
One of WD's more interesting products, the My Passport Wireless drive offers over the air transfers and an SD card slot. It's fast, its light and its portable. Our full review is up.WD My Passport Wireless key specs:Package Contents:The Review:The My Pass...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-06
SD card slot, Supports multiple platforms, Good app and Web UIExpensive
Unless you're willing to pay a massive amount of money, spinning drives are your best bet for storage when it comes to requirements of 1TB or more. Unfortunately, very few phones and tablets allow you to simply plug a hard drive in, and even then, using i...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-04
In the consumer hard drive space, it looks like Western Digital is following in the footsteps of its arch rival Seagate. First it was the release of the WD Black² Dual Drive which was released almost two to three years after Seagate had already started se...
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