Aug. 8, 2014
-- Western Digital had made its new Digital My Passport Studio USB 3.0 compatible, it would make the most versatile pocket-size external hard drive on the market. Instead, it only supports FireWire 400, FireWire 800, and USB 2.0 connections. Still, it's a handy portable drive that offers up to 640GB of storage and has a cool electronic label that works even when the drive is unplugged.
The drive performed well when connected via USB 2.0, but its FireWire connections' speeds were much slower than we expected, at least with Windows. Nonetheless, if you need a sleek-looking portable external hard drive for about $200, the 640GB My Passport Studio is a decent storage device.
The new My Passport Studio, which is not to be confused with the old version of the same name, probably is the most full-featured portable external hard drive that Western Digital has ever created.
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