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Western Digital Passport Portable 120 GB external hard drive

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Stand-alone magnetic disk, optical disc or solid state drive that plugs into the computer typically via USB, although eSATA and FireWire are also used. Used for storing and retrieving digital information.
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Short summary description Western Digital Passport Portable 120 GB external hard drive:
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Western Digital Passport Portable 120 GB, 120 GB, 5400 RPM

Long summary description Western Digital Passport Portable 120 GB external hard drive:
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Western Digital Passport Portable 120 GB. HDD capacity: 120 GB, HDD speed: 5400 RPM

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-10-04 15:19:56
Uk has collected 25 expert reviews for Western Digital Passport Portable 120 GB external hard drive and the average expert rating is 76 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
76%
Source Review comments Score
expertreviews.co.uk
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2011-10-04 15:19:44
Whereas Freecoms ToughDrive and WiebeTechs ToughTech XE are built with protection from bumps and bangs in mind, Western Digitals Passport hard drive is all about easy portability.
80%
techradar.com
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2011-10-04 15:19:46
Western Digital has a good brand name for external storage. We particularly liked its MyBook Pro desktop drives last year. Those drives came with loads of connection options, including speedy FireWire 800 and 400 ports in addition to USB.Following in t...
Good Elegant looks, Quiet in operation, It suits a Mac, USB powered...
Bad Windows-only data encryption software...
Bottom line Western Digital has a good brand name for external storage. We particularly liked its MyBook Pro desktop drives last year. Those drives came with loads of connection options, including speedy FireWire 800 and 400 ports in addition to USB.Following in t...
70%
alphr.com
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2011-10-04 15:19:46
When it comes to toting large amounts of data around, small and light are the order of the day. The Western Digital Passport is just 15mm high and holds a 120GB Western Digital Scorpio notebook drive. The chassis is USB powered via a port thats hid...
67%
ozhardware.com.au
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2011-11-06 06:40:51
The My Book passport from Western Digital isn’t anything revolutionary, but it certainly is outstanding value wrapped up in an attractive and convenient package, as we’ve come to expect from Western Digital. The My Book Passport we have in our...
100%
Zdnet.com.au
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2011-11-06 06:40:52
The Western Digital WD Passport is one of the best portable hard drives weve seen.
0%
maximumpc.com
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2011-10-04 15:19:39
Pink is our new obsession, and we have Western Digital to blame. Its pink, portable Passport hard drive (try saying that fast) is small enough to fit in Steven Tyler’s mouth, yet it comes with two of our most favorite features in the world: sweet speed...
Good It’s fast, it’s light, it requires only one cord!...
Bad Google advertising/software is unnecessary; the black 320GB variant is only $20 more.
80%
Digitaltrends.com
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2011-10-04 15:19:41
Notebook users would be wise to keep a portable backup of their drive’s contents, as they are prone to dying at a young age from being moved around so much. Western Digital’s solution to this conundrum is the WD Passport – a USB-powered...
Good Sexy design Huge capacity Works with Macs and PCs...
Bad Hard-shell case is optional Software can be confusing Y cable costs an extra $10 USD...
Bottom line The WD Passport is a decent product, with flourishes of greatness. We love being able to have our bookmarks and files synced all the time, and to be able to essentially take “our PC” with us to any computer. The WD Sync software works rather w...
80%
xbitlabs.com
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2011-10-04 15:19:42
A hard disk drive cannot be too big. Very often we get to the point when we start thinking of getting a new storage solution, because the old one can no longer fit all the data that we need for comfortable living. Those who care most about mobility of...
Bottom line The new Western Digital solution turned out an indisputable success. It is not only the today’s largest external solution on 2.5” hard disk drive, but it proves excellent in all work modes tested. I would specifically like to stress great perf...
0%
pcmag.com
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2011-10-04 15:19:52
Pocket hard drives such as the Western Digital Passport ($199.99 direct) are certainly handy for backing up your notebook or desktop hard drive. In cases where you dont want to shuttle your laptop back and forth to work, this 120GB, 5,400-rpm portab...
Good Good bang for the buck. Protective rubberized exterior. Security features such as secure browsing and portable Microsoft Outlook access. 128-bit AES encryption.
Bad Only single-headed mini USB cable.
Bottom line Ruggedized for travel, the Western Digital Passport is a good companion for the desktop-bound commuter. With it, you can take your files home or back them up for posterity...
70%
paulstamatiou.com
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2011-10-04 15:19:54
Today I’ll be taking a look at Western Digital’s recently upgraded Passport series of portable hard drives; in particular, the 120GB bus-powered Passport. But Paul, didn’t you tell us to avoid generally fragile, death-prone 2.5-inch hard drives in y...
0%
techgage.com
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2015-11-29 10:35:33
WD has upped its storage densities on its new range of high-end portable hard drives. Starting at 1TB and going up to 3TB, we have the middle-range 2TB under review. These new drives go by the ‘Ultra' tag, but this means little anymore (originally it mean...
Bottom line Simplicity is the name when it comes to storage, as it should be. The software is easy to use, if a little thin on available actions, but the full drive encryption is major bonus, even if it's limited to Macs and PCs. Drive performance is improved somewha...
0%
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