Capturing loads of photos and videos captured via cameras, drones, and mobiles devices, can now be done much easier with the My Passport Wireless SSD from Western Digital. Showcased last month at CES, the new portable SSD drive has a built-in SD slot to backup all your pictures and videos and it can even transfer images and videos through a USB-based card reader or flash drive.
This drive is a create companion for photographers on the go. First, it uses solid state storage so there’s no moving parts to worry about. Secondly, Western Digital has event made the drive shock resistant with the help of a protective bumper to add another layer of protection. Western Digital says it can absorb impacts of up to 1 meter. While you’re shooting, the SSD also boasts a battery life of up to 10 hours and even serves as a power bank to charge your phone or other gadgets
Thanks to built-in 802.11ac Wi-Fi, you can wirelessly stream 4K videos and view photos. It also boasts RAW image support so you can check out your images on a phone or tablet before exporting them for editing. With prices ranging from $229.99 for the 250GB version to $799.99 for 2TB, the WD My Passport Wireless SSD is definitely a worthy option for photographers on the go.