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Thursday, 10 April 2008 16:16

WD's Passports are going bright with colors

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Ten different colors

 

Western Digital has decided to add some color to its "My Passport Essential" portable drives. These little sleek things will now be available in ten different colors: They will also come with rather questionable names like deep viola, raindrop blue, and intense blue.

They all come with USB 2.0 interface in slim and sleek casings. Previously, the  series was only black and as of today My passport comes in brilliant orange, super sunny yellow, raindrop blue, arctic white, deep viola, cherry red, ultra mint, real red, intense blue, and vibrant pink. We doubt that raindrop blue or ultra mint are actually colors but who are we to judge Western Digital's fashion color statements?

These new drives will be available in 160, 250 and 320GB capacities with the suggested prices from $119.99, $149.99 to $179.99, respectively.

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