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Wednesday, 06 June 2007 22:35

Western Digital Passport goes 250GB

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Quarter of a TB in an elegant enclosure

 

Western Digital announced the availability of its WD Passport external hard drives with 250GB capacity.

The Western Digital Passport meassures 129,78 x 79,78 x 15mm (DxWxH) and it is using a 2.5" notebook hard drive and it connects to the computer via USB 2.0. Other capacities available are 160, 120, 80 and 60 GB. Estimated pricing for the 250 GB version is US$199.

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"The rich, storage-hungry media content generated by 10 mega-pixel digital cameras and HD video camcorders makes the one-quarter terabyte WD Passport Drive a compelling solution," said Jim Welsh, vice president and general manager of WD's branded products group. "WD Passport is a travel-friendly gadget for consumers who want to carry their entire digital portfolio with them."

You can check out more information about this little portable thing over at Western Digital.


 

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