My Passport Wireless: share files between everyone regardless of their device

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My Passport Wireless: share files between everyone regardless of their device

Need an external hard drive? This Western Digital My Passport Wireless can share files across phones, tablets and computers.

Western Digital company has released its new My Passport Wireless in Australia and New Zealand. The My Passport Wireless is a Wi-Fi enabled storage drive that lets you save, access and share stored content wirelessly with any smartphone, tablet or computer.

It comes in 1TB or 2TB models priced at $249.99 and $299.99 respectively.

Sharing files between team members using different devices is almost always a pain. However, as the My Passport Wireless sits on your network - it's really a wireless NAS - sharing files is made easier. There's also the option of using a high speed USB 3.0 connection with the My Passport Wireless.

The built-in rechargeable battery provides up to six hours of continuous streaming and up to 20 hours of standby power.

As it is part of WD's My Cloud family of products, the My Cloud app, that's used to access the My Passport Wireless also integrates public cloud services such as Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive so you can access all of your data from one place.

In additional to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, the My Passport Wireless has an integrated SD card slot so you can copy content from SD cards so you can backup photos while you're shooting on the road and easily share them.

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