Western Digital today introduced My Passport Pro, the first portable, Thunderbolt-powered dual-drive solution. For Mac systems, My Passport Pro has user-selectable RAID functionality to deliver needed performance for the most demanding applications in the field, without the need for power adapters or extra cables. My Passport Pro is available in 2 TB and 4 TB capacities.
“The only Thunderbolt dual-drive solution that’s bus-powered, WD’s My Passport Pro enhances the workflow of mobile creative professionals by providing fast transfers and data protection for the large amounts of digital content they generate outside the studio,” said Jim Welsh, executive vice president of branded products and worldwide sales, WD. “From photographers, videographers and musicians to graphic designers and architects, people who depend on portable storage for their livelihood will find My Passport Pro defines a new level of performance, reliability and especially portability.”
Transfer, back up and edit in record time
Now you don't have to choose between speed and portability. This drive delivers both with transfer rates as high as 233 MB/s.* Transfer, edit, compile and stream graphics-intensive files in record time and meet your aggressive deadlines.
Durability for your on-the-go workflow
The anodized, all-aluminum enclosure helps protect the drives inside so whether you're filming a new documentary out in the field or presenting your new portfolio to a client, My Passport Pro is designed for any on-the-go workflow.
No power adapter required
Powered directly through the Thunderbolt port on your MacBook, My Passport Pro frees up space in your field kit by eliminating the need for an AC adapter. And with the integrated cable that is tethered to the drive, you'll never lose your Thunderbolt cable on location.
● Dual-drive RAID storage
● Up to 233 MB/s data transfer rates
● Integrated Thunderbolt cable
● No AC adapter required
● Durable aluminum enclosure
● 3-year limited warranty
● Massive capacity - 2 TB or 4 TB
● User-selectable RAID 0/1 or JBOD