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Western Digital intros 320GB Passport

and still no power brick!

Steve Dougherty | Dec 3, 2007 at 03:29 pm CST (1 min, 2 secs reading time)

WD have just topped their popular Passport series of portable USB HDDs with a new 320GB model. That's a hell of a lot of storage capacity in your pocket, especially when you look at how small these things are physically.

What's also handy is that it retains its ability to be powered off the USB port, dismissing the need to carry around a power brick.

To learn more, you can view the PR on the new 320GB model here and find out more about the Passport series of portable drives here folks.

LAKE FOREST, Calif. - Dec. 3, 2007 - Just in time to make a perfect holiday gift, WD® (NYSE: WDC) today announced that its new 320 GB capacity WD Passport® Portable Drives are available now at select retailers and this week at WD's online store ( This sharp increase in storage capacity puts almost a third of a terabyte of digital storage in the palm of your hand.

WD Passport Portable Drives have become popular worldwide for their plug-and-play capability, stylish, ultra-portable design, and sleek piano-black finish. At less than five ounces, this lightweight drive fits neatly in a pocket or backpack and is the perfect gadget to back up today's increasingly large files.

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