Many of us want to have the ability to store and carry large amounts of content with us, and to have the ability to access that content on the go. There are countless solutions available for this and now Western Digital has come out with one more. It’s actually the successor to the My Passport Wireless hard drive it released two years ago. Western Digital has launched its new My Passport Wireless Pro hard drive today.

The company is offering this new wireless hard drive in 2TB and 3TB models. Like its predecessor, the wireless hard drive also features an SD card slot for external memory expansion as well as Wi-Fi connectivity for moving data. It also gets an updated design.

Western Digital has made a key change to the way this hard drive manages files. It lets users wirelessly browse the contents of the SD card and then choose the files that they want to sync with the My Passport Wireless Pro.

The content on the drive can be easily accessed using companion apps for iOS and Android. The drive can also be easily hooked up to Plex media servers. Western Digital’s new My Passport Wireless Pro is available for purchase starting today with 2TB and 3TB storage for $229 and $249 respectively.

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