Western Digital is expanding its popular range of external hard drives with the My Passport Elite, which it describes as its "top-of-the-line" model.
Available in either 250GB or 320GB variants, the Western Digital My Passport Elite costs from £113.
The drives are designed for consumers and business users to take out and about with them and have a 2.5in form factor, solid, shockproof casing and are USB-powered. This means they do not need to be plugged in to a mains outlet in order for files to be copied to them or read from them.
The Western Digital My Passport Elite drives are offered in a choice of colours: silver, red, blue or brown.
Western Digital Elite USB external hard drive key features
Unique features of the new My Passport Elite Portable USB Drives include:
- Capacity gauge shows how much space is available
- Automatic backup software lets users designate files and folders for automatic and continuous backup
- Synchronisation software
- 128bit encryption
- Retrieve forgotten files from any MioNet-enabled Windows PC only) using MioNet Key software
- Available in bronze, titanium, Westminster blue or cherry red
- 5-year limited warranty
- Plug-and-play capability with gaming consoles
- Play music and view photos and video files on a TV
WD’s My Passport Elite USB Drives are available now at select retail stores. MSRP for the My Passport Elite USB Drive with 250 GB capacity is £113.99 and the My Passport Elite 320 GB is £136.99.
Wester Digital My Passport Elite USB hard drive