Western Digital My Passport Essential USB3

  • Western Digital My Passport Essential USB3
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Based on 11 scores, 16 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    2
  • Good:
    6
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • It's a compact drive with high storage capacity and exceptional backup software.

Cons:

  • The drive has a mediocre twoyear warranty and its software isn't compatible with Mac.

Expert reviews and ratings

By PCQuest on -

A good performer which is also competitively priced. Page(s) 1 I am interested in more information about this productI am interested in buying this productPrintCommentEmailDiggDel.icio.usRedditTwitter NAS: QNAP TS-219P II PMP: Zebronics Zebmate...

By PC Authority on 83

See how the Western Digital My Passport Essential fares against other USB 3.0 portable hard drives on the market....

By ZDNet Australia on 75

Usually external hard drives are much of a muchness, but if you want USB 3.0 speed and a better warranty, then in this case we'd go with Seagate...

By Legit Reviews on -

Western Digital brings consumers peace of mind with the My Passport Essential 500GB USB 3.0 portable external drive! ...

By CNET Australia on 75

Unless random write speeds are high on your priority list, Seagate's three-year warranty is more compelling than Western Digital's two when it comes to external...

By PC Advisor on 80

The My Passport Essential gives you plenty of hard drive space in a compact and lightweight device, making it much more convenient to keep your important information as close as your pocket....

By Macworld on -

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By Tech2 on 55

The Western Digital My Passport 500 GB HDD retails at Rs. 4,299. It might be small and sleek but as far as storage is concerned, it’s just 500GB. The Seagate FreeAgent 1 TB retails at Rs. 5,000 and makes buying the My Passport a bad idea. Also, it...

By Macworld Australia on 100

If you want FireWire as well you’ll have to pay a little more for the Freecom or Verbatim drives, but this is a neat and affordable option if you’re happy with USB 2 for now (and the option of USB 3 in the future).Related Tags: guide,...

By HardwareGeeks on -

I recently acquired a new notebook PC with USB 3.0 ports built in, no need for a PCI-Express card or any type of peripheral to take advantage of the speed advantages offered by USB 3.0. My only problem was I really didn’t have a portable USB 3.0...

By Expert Reviews on 60

It’s keenly priced and comes with useful software, but there are faster performing portable USB3 disks for only slightly more money....

By CNET Australia on 82

Western Digital's My Passport Essential USB 3.0 1TB is an adequate USB 3.0 drive, but it's not the quickest drive on the...

By TopTenREVIEWS on 100

It's a sleek, portable hard drive with durable design and exceptional...

International Review By PC Labs on -

Günümüzde kullandığımız dosyaların boyutu artarken aynı zamanda bu dosyaları yanımızda götürmek istiyoruz. Sabit disklerin kapasitelerinin artmasıyla birlikte 2.5' boyutlu...

International Review By ITespresso on 80

Die My Passport Essential von Western Digital ist einfach in der Handhabung und schützt die auf ihr gespeicherten Daten durch Verschlüsselung. Nur mit dem richtigen Passwort kann auf die Daten zugegriffen werden.Der Datendurchsatz der Platte...

International Review By 01net on 60

Le My Passeport Essential est un disque dur externe 2,5 pouces compact, de la taille d'un passeport. Il embarque 500 Go et bénéficie d’une interface USB 3.0, ainsi que du logiciel WD SmartWare pour assurer la sauvegarde des...