WD My Passport Pro Storage Is First Thunderbolt Powered Dual-Drive

Western Digital has today launched a new storage device in the form of the very first Thunderbolt powered dual drive called the WD My Passport Pro.

The My Passport Pro is fitted with a range of features including a user-selectable RAID function lets users to choose either data striping via RAID 0, for high performance or mirroring via RAID 1 for data redundancy.

WD My Passport Pro

The My Passport Pro can also be powered directly from the Thunderbolt port on your Apple systems, eliminating the need for you to carry an external AC adapter. The My Passport Pro even incorporates an integrated cable that is tethered to the drive making sure that you always have connectivity and needn’t carry any more cables.

“Transfer, back up and edit in record time. Now you don’t have to choose between speed and portability. This drive delivers both with transfer rates as high as 233 MB/s. Transfer, edit, compile and stream graphics-intensive files in record time and meet your aggressive deadlines.”

For more information on the new WD My Passport Pro storage drive jump over to the Western Digital website for details. The is now available to purchase as either a 2TB My Passport Pro priced at $300 or in a 4TB model priced at $430.

Source: Western Digital

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