Earlier this week, WD announced My Passport Wireless, their first storage device that can expand the storage capacity of an Android or an iOS device wirelessly. Competing with the offerings from Seagate, Kingston et al, WD’s Wi-Fi enabled storage drive works similarly and supports high-speed USB 3.0 connection for data transfer.
Users can download the WD My Cloud app and with its own wireless network, My Passport Wireless can instantly share content to up to eight devices at the same time and access. The drive also offers humongous storage, ranging from 500GB to up to 2TB models, features Wireless N with MIMO technology for improved and faster wireless performance, battery life of up to six hours with continuous streaming and up to 20 hours of standby power, support for cloud services like Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive and perhaps the biggest addition is the integrated SD card slot that makes copying content to the My Passport Wireless easily.
My Passport Wireless will arrive in India in the last week of October for Rs. 11,000 for 500GB and Rs. 13,000 for 1TB.