Portable hard drive is officially reaching its new limit at 2TB when Western Digital launch their new My Passport Studio. This new portable HDD is also officially the world’s largest HDD storage for Mac OS X in portable mode that come with dual FireWire 800 and single USB 2.0 interface.
This Western Digital My Passport Studio 2TB portable HDD is coming with hardware-encryption and password protection software to secure your data. Although there is no self-destruct function like Iron Key, it’s better than leaving the hard drive wide open to naughty hands.
The hard drive is also properly protected with all metal enclosure. Yes, it’s thicker than any other portable hard drive you might have seen in the market, but it won’t be a burden as it’s only weighing in 0.37kg (370grams).
You can find more details about this model on its Product Overview PDF. This Mac OS version of WDC My Passport Studio 2TB portable HDD is available right now and will enter to the worldwide market for MSRP $300.[via WesternDigital][via Engadget]
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