Western Digital My Passport Pro dual HDD
Western Digital puts the cat among the pigeons with its new My Passport Pro self-powered dual Thunderbolt hard disk.
My Passport Pro hosts in a compact aluminum case two 2.5” hard disks that can be user configured to work either in RAID 0 (data is written indifferently on either one or the other disk) or RAID 1 (data is written redundantly on both drives).
This external hard disk is designed for music, video, architects and any professional working on Mac computers and includes a Thunderbolt cable. The transfer speed announced is up to 233 Ms/second.
My Passport Pro dual HDD is available in two versions: 2To for 379€ / $299.99 or 4To for 559€ / $429.99. It can be purchased at any electronics and computer store, through the Apple retailer network and at store.westerndigital.com.
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