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My Passport SSD 256GB - Up to 515 MB/s - USB-C £59.99 Delivered @ Western Digital
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My Passport SSD 256GB - Up to 515 MB/s - USB-C £59.99 Delivered @ Western Digital

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Posted 3rd Mar

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Speedy little portable SSD drive here at 90mm x 45mm x 10mm. Connects via USB-C for those that are on the hunt for that. I know you can make your own external drives up, but for those that want something ready to go, this isn't bad at all right now.


  • Portable SSD Drive
  • USB Type-C to Type-C cable (supports USB 3.1 Gen-2)
  • USB Type-C to Type-A adapter
  • WD Discovery™ software1 for WD Backup™, WD Security™ and WD Drive Utilities™
  • Quick install guide

Blazing Fast
My Passport SSD is the fastest My Passport drive to date with read speeds up to 515MB/s using the USB Type-C port to rapidly transfer data. Its speed gives great performance to help run virtual machines on your computer.

Hardware Encryption
Store growing content on My Passport SSD to alleviate limited internal storage space. You can set a password to help keep it protected with built-in 256-bit AES Hardware Encryption with WD Security software.

Cutting-edge Technology
Built for Mac or PC, the My Passport SSD is compatible with USB Type-C and USB Type-A ports. It’s USB Type-C ready to reach read speeds up to 515MB/s. Also, USB 3.1 Gen 2 ready, and USB 3.0, 2.0 and USB-A compatible.

WD Reliability
Built to withstand a drop of up to 6.5 feet (1.98 meters), My Passport SSD is engineered from the ground up by Western Digital to be a quality drive, inside and out, to deliver reliable performance.

Automatic Backup
Included WD Backup software makes it easy to automatically back up high-capacity files to your drive or Dropbox cloud service account. Set it and forget it! Compatible with Apple Time Machine (requires reformatting).

Easy To Use
My Passport SSD portable storage is ready to use out of the box. Whether you’re backing up work docs or saving large media files, just plug it in and start transferring right away
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Sounds very expensive
Rubbish price for 256gb these days. I would except 500gb at this price.
Think there was a PNY 240gb earlier for 36 quid & 480gb for £70
Not sure why you'd pay this for only 256gb when you can get 2tb normal hard drive for same money. I know this is SSD but can't see the point.
Not voted either way.
Edited by: "alecb" 4th Mar
faster then the Samsung T5? only looking for a small SSD so this looks like a good price
alecb04/03/2020 19:18

Not sure why you'd pay this for only 256gb when you can get 2tb normal …Not sure why you'd pay this for only 256gb when you can get 2tb normal hard drive for same money. I know this is SSD but can't see the point.Not voted either way.


If u just want space sure go for a normal hard drive, but speed wise. Playing on the xbox one moving from point to point in a game lets say it takes 25s to run that distance, with an SSD if there is a loading point there it takes my clan mates with an ssd a few seconds to just load in. SO 256GB works as i only want this for two games while the 4TB hard drive is there for everythign else
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