WD My Passport SSD with NvMe technology launched in India, festive price starts at Rs 6,999

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Western Digital has introduced an all-new SSD in India featuring blazing fast NvMe technology. This new My Passport SSD comes with a range of interesting features. It is launched in India in three different storage variants starting from 500GB, 1TB and 2TB. Speaking about the pricing, it starts at Rs 8,999 for 500GB model, Rs 15,999 for 1TB, and Rs 28,999 for 2TB model. 

WD My Passport SSD – Specifications and Features 

This new palm-sized drive comes with faster and reliable connectivity options. Tapping into the need of home and business users, the new portable SSD drive from WD would allow users to safely access and protect their content anywhere and everywhere. 

With SSD performance claim of up to 1050MB/s, it indeed is one of the fastest drives in the market, if not the fastest. The accelerated read speed is the result of NvMe technology. Further, it offers 256-bit AES hardware encryption for better security. 

The company hasn’t kept any stone unturned as the brand also offers a stylish durable metal design, which is both shock and vibrant resistant. It can resist a drop of up to 6.5 feet, which is around 1.98 metres. Claimed as being the fastest My Passport drive to date, it offers storage solution to both, Mac and PC. 

The connectivity options include support of USB 3.2 Gen-2 technology with USB-c cable and a USB-A adaptor. It comes with 5 years limited warranty. During the Great Indian Festival sale, October 16 to November 13, the new WD Passport SSD will be available at Rs 6,999 for 500GB, Rs 12,999 for 1TB, and Rs 24,999 for 2TB. 

What do you guys think of the all-new WD My Passport SSD in India? Let us know in the comment section below.   

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