Are you ever concerned that your computer might crash and you would lose all your relevant documents? I have just the product you have wanted in your life. Well, My Passport SSD is a rugged, light, and super-compact device. The drive uses USB 3.1 2 type-C to deliver fast perform. The great news is that it works with both Windows and macOS right out of the box and features secure reliability encryption to protect data in case of loss or theft.
The WD Passport SSD is arguably the best in the WD’s My Passport family of portable drives. It has enough storage compacity and is competitive enough to give Samsung SSD T3 a run for their money. Using solid-state storage allows the new my passport to be WD’s most compact portable drive yet and measuring just 3.5 by 1.8 by 0.39 inches.
When thinking of a portable drive, you don’t usually consider something that would be tough or rugged. With the My Passport SSD, it is slated to survive a 6.5-foot drop with a shock resistance of up to 1500 g-force. With the drive, including a 256-bit AES hardware encryption, which is the most reliable commercial encryption to date, and all you need to do is turn it on using WD Security software. Once you turn it on, nobody who doesn’t know the password can access the data it contains.
One feature that might turn someone off on this device is the capacity is just 1TB. There are other options out there that provide more storage, but it does not have the encryption that WD provides with there portable drive. I have been using WD Passport SSD for a few years now, and I can not begin to tell you how it has come in handy. At times, when traveling for work, being able to have things readily available for me if a client asks about something that is not within the presentation — or being able to pull up a contract when someone is ready to move forward. If you are looking for something reliable, rugged, and doesn’t add much weight to your bag. My Passport SSD is one of the best out there when it comes to protection and cost.