Supersized portable storage, with extras

Subject: Storage | April 14, 2008 - 01:51 PM |
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The Western Digital 160GB Passport offers you 160Gb of portable storage, at an affordable price.  The drawback compared to solid state drives is the relative fragility of the drive.  BCCHardware found the external shell is very easily breakable, but the fact that this uses platters to hold the data makes it very vulnerable to impact.  There is also a large number of pre-installed utilities that may be a positive or a negative depending on your personal preference.  It is 50 cents a gigabyte though.

"The Western Digital 160GB Passport is a fast little drive that is USB powered and adds a whole lot of extra storage to

your laptop without sacrificing performance or your first-born. This was purchased for just under $90 CAD which makes

it very affordable. Western Digital has included some nice synchronization software that seems to work well and keeps

your files compressed and encrypted."

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Source: BCCHardware
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