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Western Digital My Passport

Western Digital My Passport

Carry your music, video, and photos in style with WD's My Passport Essential Portable Drive. These elegant portable drives are simple to use, light and easy to carry and require no power adapter as they are powered directly through the USB cable. They are compatible with Windows and Mac.

  • Sleek and colourful – This beautiful portable drive, available in eleven eye-catching colours, is light and easy to carry.
  • USB powered – Powered directly from the USB port on your PC. No separate power supply is needed.*
  • Synchronised and secure – Plug My Passport into any PC, edit files, read email and view photos. Then sync all of your changes back to your home or office computer. Data is protected with 128-bit encryption. (Windows only)
  • Includes Google software – Search your drive, manage your photos, and simplify web searches with included Google software. (Windows only)

    * An optional cable is available for the few computers that limit power from the USB port.

Ideal for: Storing or backing up your digital music, videos and photos; carrying important files and email between work and home or on the road and keeping them in sync; sharing large files between office and home, between PC and Mac.

RRP: from $199 inc. GST

Distributor: Ingram Micro, ph: 0800 832 472 or 09 414 0114


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