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Thursday, March 27, 2014
Western Digital Introduces Thunderbolt-Powered Dual-Drive For Macs


WD today introduced My Passport Pro, a Thunderbolt-powered dual-drive solution, providing creative professionals high performance and capacity in a mobile solution.

My Passport Pro is available in 2 TB and 4 TB capacities.

Directly powered via the integrated Thunderbolt cable, performance of My Passport Pro clocks in at speeds up to 233 MB/s. Another key feature of the dual-drive My Passport Pro is its user-selectable RAID function, which lets users choose data striping (RAID 0) for high performance or mirroring (RAID 1) for data redundancy.

Consisting of two 2.5-inch hard drives housed in an aluminum enclosure, My Passport Pro is shock-tested for extra durability when working on the go.

My Passport Pro is available now at Apple and consumer electronics retailers and e-tailers. Pricing for the 2 TB My Passport Pro is $299.99 and the 4 TB model is $429.99 USD.

 
My Passport Pro (WDBRMP0020DBK)
My Passport Pro (WDBRNB0040DBK)
Interface
Thunderbolt
Capacity
2 TB
4 TB
Height
28.7 mm
44.2 mm
Depth
143.4 mm
143.4 mm
Width
88.5 mm
88.5 mm
Weight
0.46 kg
0.72 kg
Operating temperature
-0 C to 35 C
Non-operating temperature
-40 C to 65 C
Compatibility Formatted HFS + J for Mac OS Mavericks and Mountain Lion




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