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WD MY PASSPORT WIRELESS-Initial Impressions

The WD My Passport Wireless supports the dual-stream setup of 802.11n Wi-Fi gives it faster speeds than competitors, and the integrated SD card slot.On the downside, its battery does not last long. 

The My Passport Wireless is a bus-powered USB 3.0 portable drive that also has an embedded Wi-Fi network and a built-in battery. When connected to a computer, it works as a regular external hard drive, and when running on the battery, it becomes a wireless mobile media server. That means that your normal workflow would go something like this. First, load a lot of media content onto the My Passport. 


Then, take that content and wirelessly stream it to mobile clients, such as tablets or smartphones. The My Passport Wireless supports up to eight concurrent Wi-Fi clients for data sharing.The device is quite compact, measuring just 5 inches long and 3.4 inches wide. 

The My Passport Wireless has a power indicator light and a light showing the status of its Wi-Fi network. The power light changes color according to the battery's charge level.

Despite the standard design, the My Passport Wireless has a few unique features. On one side, the aforementioned SD card slot accommodates cards of any capacity. You can choose to automatically copy a card's contents to the drive as you insert it or you can control the process automatically with the mufti-function button.

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