Western Digital SSD Portable Hard Drive
The Western Digital SSD Portable Hard Drive, known as the My Passport SSD, is a high-performance storage device offering accelerated performance. With read speeds of up to 1050 MB/s and write speeds of up to 1000 MB/s, this Western Digital SSD Portable Hard Drive stands out in the market. It provides ample storage with capacities of up to 2TB, making it a reliable choice for those who need substantial storage space.
WD My Passport SSD 2TB / WD SSD 2TB External:
The Western Digital SSD Portable Hard Drive ensures the security of your data with password protection and 256-bit AES hardware encryption. Durability is also a key feature, with the device being shock- and vibration-resistant and drop-resistant up to 6.5 feet. The Western Digital SSD Portable Hard Drive is stylishly designed in a range of colors and enclosed in a compact, sleek metal design. It has WD My Passport SSD, 2TB, USB 3.2 Gen 2. The WD My Passport SSD 2TB Price: 1328 A.E.D.
WD My Passport SSD 2TB Specifications:
|Blazing fast NVMe technology for simple, quick backup, Password-enabled 256-bit AES hardware encryption, Shock and vibration resistance — drop resistant up to 6.5ft (1.98m)
|Windows 10+ operating systems, macOS 11+, Requires reformatting for other operating systems
|Sequential Performance Read
|Sequential Performance Write
|USB 3.2 Gen 2
|Dimensions (L x W x H)
|3.94″ x 2.17″ x 0.35″
|Number of Model
|5°C to 35°C
|-20°C to 65°C
Troubleshooting Problems and Solutions for 2TB Western Digital SSD Portable Hard Drive:
Short cable: You can buy a longer USB-C cable. This will give you more flexibility in where you place your drive when it’s connected to your computer.
The drive gets hot: Use the drive in a well-ventilated area. Also, try to avoid using the drive for long periods of time without giving it a chance to cool down.
- Setup and connect: Make sure the drive is properly connected to your computer. If it’s not recognized, try connecting it to a different USB port.
- Safe connection and disconnection: Always safely eject the drive before disconnecting it from your computer to prevent data loss.
- Operating system compatibility: The drive is compatible with Windows 10+ operating systems and macOS 11+. It may need to be reformatted for other operating systems.
- Backup software: Use the included backup software to easily back up high-capacity files to your drive or cloud service account.
- Diagnostic software: Use WD Drive Utilities to run drive diagnostics, manage RAID configuration (for RAID-supported models), erase and format the drive, set drive sleep timer (on supported drives), and register the drive.
- Troubleshooting: If you’re still having problems with the drive, contact Western Digital’s customer support for further assistance.