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|Package Weight||1.55 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.8 x 6.1 x 2.2"|
|Interfaces||1 x USB 2.0 (host port) 1 x USB 3.0 1 x SD card slot Integrated 1x1 Wireless-AC|
|Data Transfer Rate||USB 3.0: up to 800 Mb/s USB 2.0: up to 480 Mb/s SD 3.0: up to 100 MB/s 802.11ac: up to 433 Mb/s|
|System Requirements||Windows 10, 8, or 7 Mac OS X El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, or Mountain Lion DLNA/UPnP or Plex-enable devices for streaming|
|Battery Capacity||6400 mAh|
|Power||90 to 260 VAC, 47/63 Hz|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||5.0 x 5.0 x 0.9" / 12.7 x 12.7 x 2.3 cm|
|Weight||1.0 lb / 0.5 kg|
|Temperature||Operating: 32 to 95°F / 0 to 35°C Storage: -4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C|
|Drive||256 MB of cache memory 3 TB capacity|
"... it’s a little treasure box of tricks."
Storage for days, but this wireless wonder fits the bill if you want to stream your media collection on-the-go.
The WD My Passport Wireless Pro is a game changer for anyone who wants to streamline access to their content and create easier backups. It offers both peace of mind and convenience.
Wireless connectivity, excellent companion app, built-in battery to take it anywhere.
Won't support Time Machine back up on a Mac, Plex experience could be better.
The content creators of today demand portability and convenience from storage drives, so what would fit their needs? Western Digital’s answer: a portable drive with fast wireless speeds and multiple device interfaces – the My Passport Wireless Pro.
Wireless transfer, Long battery life
Speed limited by hardware
To see how much data throughput I was able to pull from a WiFi connection to the Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro 2TB, I used a 2015 13" Apple MacBook Pro equipped with a Broadcom 802.11ac wireless adapter. This MacBook Pro is considered one of the best laptops in the market at press time.
The last time we reviewed a wireless external hard disk drive from Western Digital – the My Passport Wireless – we came out rather unimpressed by the device. This time around, the My Passport Wireless Pro , a souped-up version of the aforementioned wireless drive, landed on our desk for evaluation –...
We had only two real complaints about WD’s original My Passport Wireless media-streaming Wi-Fi hard drive: short-ish battery life, and an inability to charge other devices. WD has remedied both shortcomings with the all-new My Passport Wireless Pro.
The My Passport Wireless Pro ameliorates every complaint we had about its predecessor. It's as good as it gets in portable Wi-Fi drives.
Good battery life, Can charge other devices, Good storage, Easy to use, Good value, Ideal for professionals and home users alike, Plex media server
WD's My Passport Wireless Pro is one of the most feature rich storage devices I have seen in a very long time, but it certainly comes at a price.
That's especially true considering how inexpensive flash media has become these days. Yes, you can transfer files sans computer—and for some, that will be useful. But what good is a file transfer if it takes too long, or you can’t easily view and confirm that everything successfully transferred?
Integrated SD 3.0 card slot, Available in 2TB or 3TB capacities, Good battery life for a wireless hard drive
Glitchy experiences, even after a WD firmware update, Bulky, non-traditional size, Bumpy software implementation
I own the 1st release of this excellent product and it is still fully operation. The 2nd release, this product, is just one step up the ladder of excellency from Western Digital. I would highly recommend WD My Passport Wireless Pro to anyone wanting digital camera memory storage / backup while on...
Camera downloads via memory card and/or WiFi, Battery powered, i.e.: no plug-in required, Large storage, Fast access via USB for processing once back home
None that I've found
Best travel device I have ever purchased. This is the perfect companion for my trips. Load movies to watch on plane, backs up images from my camera via SD Card reader, backs up images from iPhone/iPad while away.
I purchased this drive to use with my iPad Pro and have found that i need to copy most files onto it with my desktop in order to use them with the iPad. I also discovered that the auto download feature when using the camera card does not always work and there seems to be no way of creating a...
Plex works pretty good on this. I used it for a drive from GA to NY and it worked perfectly. My 3 year old was able to watch all her movies on her iPad using the Plex app with no issues. My wife was able to watch a second stream with no problems either.
I saw the negative reviews and thought they may have gotten a faulty unit, but it is literally the worst drive I have ever used. It keeps disconnecting, I can't use my current file naming system, and it's very slow. Not for the professional, or for anyone's use for that matter!
It is easy to backup the photos when travel. Also easy for me to edit them on ipad.
product hard to figure out how to use no instructions in the box just a quickstart card that is no help probably going to send it back its just not intuitive to use
It works as advertised, however I just need to adjust my expectations. Without getting into tech details, here is the summary of my experience after using it for a about a year:1. It is capable of holding up large video files (I did up to 4GB each);2.
I could never get this device to work as advertised....would not backup the card properly or at all.
Purchased to backup a Windows 7 32 bit desktop computer before doing a fresh install of Windows 10 64 bit. Bought this unit as opposed to others because of the USB 3.0 port, the ability of it to act as a DLNA media server as well.