Review – WD My Passport Wireless SD Card External Hard Drive – WIFI USB 3.0

WD 2TB My Passport Wireless Portable External Hard Drive – WIFI USB 3.0 – WDBDAF0020BBK-NESN

This is the SD card slot edition. It’s great for videographers and photographers who want to quick transfer files out in the field without the need of a computer.

So far from my use, it’s been great aside from the slow transfer speeds from the wireless setting. Also, the speeds weren’t as fast as I would have liked or as advertised when transferring from SD and USB 3.0 to computer.

Comments

DM says:

Does it come with USB adapter for charging from the mains 120-240V / 50-60Hz? Or must it be charged strictly from a USB port in a laptop?

What I want is to keep it plugged into the mains and use it as a media centre in the house.

DavePlaysGames says:

The slow speed could very well be bottle necking from your computers USB 2.0 to the Passport’s USB 3.0, then of course, HDD’s have a tendency to be slow anyway.

TechnoCraft says:

is there a place i can buy just the case around the hardrive if i want to add a ssd instead of the included hardrive so the product without the hard drive inside.?

DJG fun says:

Love that Clarissa joined you in the review! Cute!

md faisal says:

how long it takes to transfer 64GB data from SDcard to this hardisk?

thanks I love your channel

Btown Dollar says:

Ha I got it ur daughter is a Genius. She’s not saying dadda she’s saying data. Lol

Intense Productions Inc. says:

How do You transfer data? Via FTP?

Mudman Harley says:

Is this Windows 10 compatible? Subscribed!…thanks

Jon Saw says:

Can I wirelessly connect this to my computer while I am connected to the internet wirelessly? At the same time, I want it to be charged too.

Roed Bacomo says:

hello can i use CF card on that?

trinidadparaminman says:

When streaming videos, will it play wmv and avi formats?

Ahmed AlQassem says:

Loved seeing your cute daughter in the video. She’s about the same age as my daughter 🙂
Now about the device, you said it’s quite slow while transferring files wirelessly, is that still so after a few firmware updates?
I’m only considering it to use to stream videos to my devices and also to backup my files wirelessly. Thanks

kmka10 says:

Great review. Watched several other videos about this HD; yours was the best – straight to the point. Kudos.

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