WD 2TB My Passport Ultra for Mac On Sale for $64.99 [Deal]

WD 2TB My Passport Ultra for Mac On Sale for $64.99 [Deal]

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The WD 2TB My Passport Ultra for Mac with USB-C is on sale today for $64.99. That's 19% off its list price of $79.99 and the lowest price ever.

The My Passport Ultra is trusted, portable storage in a design that brilliantly pairs metal and matte finishes to create a sophisticated style. It has plenty of space to store all the content you love. Social media and cloud storage import, WD Backup software and password protection help keep all your memories safe and secure. Easy to use, just plug it in to start saving and backing up.

WD 2TB My Passport Ultra for Mac On Sale for $64.99 [Deal]

Features:
● USB-C ready, USB 3.0 compatible: Featuring the latest in USB-C technology, the My Passport Ultra for Mac portable drive delivers quick and easy storage for your Mac, while the included USB-3.0 adapter makes sure it’s compatible with older machines.

● Innovative Style and Function: Fusing modern anodized metal and textures, the My Passport Ultra for Mac portable drive matches your personal style and the latest Mac computers.

● Mac Ready, Windows Compatible: Formatted for Time Machine, you can download the Windows driver to work seamlessly between operating systems.

● Password Protection and Hardware Encryption: WD Security function within WD Discovery helps keep your files private with a password of your choosing, making it easy to enable password protection and 256-bit AES Hardware Encryption.

● Preserve Your Online Life: Included WD Discovery software imports your photos, videos and files from social media and cloud services.

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WD 2TB My Passport Ultra for Mac On Sale for $64.99 [Deal]

NoGoodNick - November 13, 2019 at 7:59pm
I’ve got a couple bigger versions of these, but while these are USB-C, they’re still standard HDs, not SSDs, so the throughput isn’t impressive at all. Still, for TimeMachine background backups, it works well enough, as long as you remember to halt them whenever you require substantial transfer speeds for work or play.
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