The WD My Passport Pro is one of the better Thunderbolt storage solutions for those that want top-notch capacity. With the unit being bus powered, it takes the pain away from carrying around a large power brick and adds to the portability of the unit. On the other side of things, the WD Passport Pro is a hefty unit and does take up quite a bit of space for a portable solution. Of course, being an OS X storage solution, the Passport Pro is Time Machine compatible and should allow for rather quick backups.
Performance of the Passport Pro was quite good, touching 240 MB/s read and write in our AJA testing. Over on Black Magic, we found the drive capable of 211 MB/s read and 194 MB/s write.
The WD My Passport Pro in the 4TB capacity carries an MSRP of $429.99 with a three-year warranty.
PRICING: You can find the WD My Passport Pro for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing but can change at any time. Click the link to see the very latest pricing for the best deal.
United States: The WD My Passport Pro (4TB) retails for $429.00 at Amazon.
New Zealand: The WD My Passport Pro (4TB) retails for $699.99 NZD at Mighty Ape NZ.
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