Western Digital My Passport SSD WDBK3E0010 1TB Reviews

Western Digital My Passport SSD WDBK3E0010 1TB
$448.99 - $729.00 from 14 retailers
   9 reviews
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Verdict: WD's My Passport SSD 1TB USB 3.1 portable drive goes under the spotlight today as we take a close look at its performance numbers.

Read full review at Tweak Town
1 year ago
Tweak Town

WD My Passport SSD

Pros: The My Passport SSD is rugged, light and super compact. The drive uses USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C to deliver fast performance. It works with both Windows and MacOS right out of the box and features strong encryption to protect data in case of loss or theft
Cons: The drive's capacity caps at just 1TB. It's a fingerprint magnet
Verdict: The WD Passport SSD is arguably the best in the WD's popular My Passport family of portable drives. The drive is fast, rugged, versatile and features strong encryption as an option. The fact that it works with both Windows and MacOS right out of the box doesn't hurt, either.
1 year ago

Bought for PUBG on XBox1

Verdict: I was tired of the environment taking forever to load while playing PUBG on Xbox 1. I bought this and it's greatly improved. Granted, this will not fix connectivity issues, but if you have a good connection speed and still have spotty loading of PUBG this may fix your problem.

Read full review at Amazon
1 month ago

Fast and Small

Verdict: This SSD is extremely fast and with its small size, easily portable for use almost anywhere. I am impressed with the transfer speed, especially when using a Type C USB connection.

Read full review at B&H Photo
4 months ago
B&H Photo

Tiny and fast

Verdict: It is very small and light, reminds me of the Sony MP3/4 walkman I have. I connected to a USB 3.1 port using the USB-A adapter that comes with it. It is USB-C by default. I went in the device manager and set it to performance mode. The PC I connected it to is a fast Ryzen system with a M.2 SSD.

Read full review at reviews.officedepot.com
4 months ago

Neat External SSD

Verdict: Western Digital's My Passport SSD 256GB has a USB-C cable, but comes with an adapter that's backwards compatible, so it can connect to older USB-A machines. It was easy to setup and quickly copied files to create a bootable clone for OS High Sierra.

Read full review at Amazon
5 months ago

WD My Passport SSD 1TB Portable Storage

Verdict: This is a super compact and fast external SSD. We use it between an iMac and several windows PCs. Never had any problems with it.

Read full review at PB Tech
8 months ago
PB Tech

Five Stars

Verdict: As expected

Read full review at amazon.ca
10 months ago

Not a SSD

Verdict: It's not a SSD just a plain old rotating drive..
1 year ago
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