WD My Passport 4 TB Portable Hard Drive [Hands on Review and Test]


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WD WDBYFT0040BBK-WESN My Passport 4 TB Portable Hard Drive and Auto Backup Software for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Black

The My Passport portable drive is trusted to store the massive amounts of photos, videos and music you love; available in an array of vibrant, fun colors, the sleek style fits comfortably in the palm of your hand, so you can easily take your treasured content everywhere you go
Auto backup: Automatically back up photos, videos, music and documents from your system onto your My Passport drive with the included WD Backup software. Set it to your schedule; just pick the time and frequency
Password protection: Built-in 256-bit AES hardware encryption with WD security software helps keep your content private and safe; easily add a “return-if-found” message as the password prompt in case your My Passport drive ever gets lost; even minds like yours can accidentally leave things behind
WD reliability: WD builds drives to demanding requirements for durability, shock tolerance and long-term reliability

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  2. These are useful devices for transferring data. They are not a backup solution. If you have precious data, burn them to an Mdisc or a Taiyo Yuden CD or DVD media. Those are proven back up solutions.
    Any external or even internal HDD or SDD has a finite shelf life. It is not a matter IF but rather of WHEN your drive will fail.

  3. I placed my new WD external drive on top of my laptop, which eventually overheats (the laptop while charging), which causes my WD to heat up. When I realized it got hot, I immediately transfer its position and unplug it afterwards. Will it cause a bad effect on my WD drive? TIA!

  4. @6:35
    "The main ones we want to be concerned with is these (pointing to the top row)."

    If you are sequentially transferring single, large files, then the above statement is correct.
    If you are performing other tasks, (for example) of the type that your computer normally does in the background, then the lower (random read/write) rows are what count. If, for example, you will be doing multiple read and write operations, then the top row is of little value.

    Solid state drives (SSDs) excel with random reads and random writes, and it is why PCs with SSDs boot up so fast (because when the OS starts, it is reading and writing countless small files, and doing so simultaneously). It is also why applications start so quickly on SSDs (because many applications read and write lots of small files, simultaneously). By comparison, mechanical drives suck at those simultaneous operations.

    So which results from the benchmark are important is not up to the host of this video. It is up to each person, depending on how they will be using the drive.
    To put it another way… there is a reason the benchmark tool provides those "random" read/write results. It is not there to be ignored.


    As it pertains to connecting the drive to a smart phone…
    Note that USB powered drives (meaning no separate power cord) will run, but possibly at a slower speed (not 3.0 speed, but 2.0 speed, or slower), depending on whether or not the smart phone is able to adequately power the USB drive.

    I have not tested it on a smart phone. So it might run at full speed. But just be aware that the drive will run slowly if it does not get enough power to run at full (3.0) speed. Perhaps if you phone's battery level goes below X%, you might notice a performance hit. If the drive falls back to 2.0 speed while connected to your phone, you will probably not notice. If it falls back to 1.1 speed, then you will see a huge performance hit.


  5. I own a Western Digital 1TB My Passport Portable External Hard Drive and I want to have the password protection enabled in my ASUS Chromebook. Can you guys give me a solution? Thanks

  6. Is this good for storing word docs and is it possible to download coding softwares like codeblocks on it? It's my first time getting an external hard drive


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