WD My Passport Wireless SSD review

Store your images and videos on the go and stream them to your smart device without needing to go anywhere near a computer

Digital Camera World Verdict

The My Passport Wireless SSD is a refreshingly versatile and high-performing mobile storage solution. Having the ability to quickly backup SD cards on the go to a convenient self-powered drive is great during a long shoot.


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    Fast transfer speeds

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    Rubber bumper for shock protection


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    Somewhat thick

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As its name suggests, the My Passport Wireless SSD is based around a fast solid-state drive. 

During our tests, we clocked it at blazing 350MBps read and 285MBps write speeds during sustained video file transfer, while folders of images shift at an equally impressive 290MBps / 256MBps. 

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