WD My Passport 2TB Portable Hard Drive (Black)
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Massive capacity, small design
Offering massive 2 TB capacity in an amazingly small enclosure, My Passport is the ideal companion for anyone with lots of videos, photos, music and files that they want to help protect and take on the road.
Ultra-fast transfer rates
When connected to a USB 3.0 port, My Passport lets you access and save files with blazing speed. Reduce transfer time by up to 3 times when compared to USB 2.0 transfer rates.
WD Security utility allows you to set password protection and hardware encryption for your drive to protect your files from unauthorized use or access.
No power adapter required
The drive is powered through the USB port, so there's no need to lug around a bulky power adapter.
Automatic, continuous backup software
Backup means having a second copy of your files at all times. WD's automatic backup software makes that easy. It continually works quietly in the background to help protect your data while using minimal PC resources. Whenever you save or change a file, it's instantly backed up.
USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatibility
With this single drive you get compatibility with your USB 2.0 devices today and the ultra-fast speed of USB 3.0 when you're ready to step up to the next generation.
WD Drive Utilities
Register your drive, run diagnostics and more using WD Drive Utilities.
Does it's Job!
Tim on 05.12.2012
I received this WD 2TB portable hdd as a gift pretty early when it was released ont he market. It's super-quiet. Super fast on USB 3.0, and works with USB 2.0. Buy it if you have a lot of videos or games, you'll still have space left over no matter what you fill it with. Does not require to be plug in a power point to work!
ryan on 18.12.2012
Does what it's meant to. I had to fiddle with the reformatting for Mac and eventually got it to work on both Mac and PC. My main problem is that it only says it has a 1.82TB capacity when plugged in. I am yet to inquire further and possibly ask for a replacement.
RossT on 27.03.2013
The 2TB means, exactly, 2,000,000,000,000 Bytes. Windows doesn't report multiples of 1,000, rather they base their numbers on powers of 1,024 (which is the wrong way to express it but, hey, they're MS so they can do whatever they want). So, expressed as multiples of 1.024k then a proper 2TB HDD will be shown as: 1.818989403545 Bytes (or 1.82TB). The drive is good - don't bother returning it, it's exactly the size it is supposed to be. All HDD manufactures tell the truth, MS uses the wrong method to display sizes.