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Cheapest Western Digital My Passport Pro 2TB Price in Singapore is S$ 299.00

The Western Digital My Passport Pro 2TB is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Western Digital My Passport Pro 2TB price in Singapore is S$ 299.00 from Shopee. Western Digital My Passport Pro 2TB price details are updated May 2020.

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Price List by Country for Western Digital My Passport Pro 2TB

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 2.350.000 S$ 226.00
Singapore SGD 299.00 S$ 299.00
Thailand THB 5,650 S$ 251.00

Western Digital My Passport Pro 2TB Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelMy Passport Pro, 2TB
DateMar 2014
Hard drive
HDD capacity2000 GB
HDD speed5400 RPM
Read speed233 MB/s
RAID supportYes
RAID levels0,1,JBOD
File format systemHFS+
Ports & interfaces
Maximum data transfer rate10000 Mbit/s
Thunderbolt technologyYes
Thunderbolt version1
Weight & dimensions
Weight460 g
Width88 mm
Depth143.4 mm
Height28.7 mm
Bus poweredNo
Product colourBlack
Housing materialAluminum
Fingerprint readerNo
Plug and PlayYes
Mac operating systems supportedMac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion,Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Reviews of Western Digital My Passport Pro 2TB
Reviewed on 2014-05-08
Impressive speeds, Integrated Thunderbolt cable, Well made enclosure
No hardware encryption
Western Digital announced the world's first Thunderbolt portable RAID storage drive a few weeks ago. It's the My Passport Pro. I couldn't wait to mention it too, so I wrote an early post even before I begun trying out the new My Passport Pro. It's somethi...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-07
Man's demand for storage is like an unquenchable thirst. Fortunately, hard disk manufacturers are only too happy to oblige. Just recently, both Seagate and Western Digital announced new 4TB portable external hard disk drives, and these drives are true por...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-10
Large capacity, Tethered Thunderbolt cable with adequate length, Bus powered RAID solution
Fan is infrequent but noisy, Big and bulky
What's striking about Western Digital's My Passport Pro portable hard drive is its size and weight. The 4TB version I tested weighs 1.58 pounds, which is light when compared to your average five-pound clay brick. The weight is due in part to the My Passp...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-18
Real Thunderbolt transfer speeds of up to 233 MBps, Integrated Thunderbolt cable means one less thing to buy, RAID 0, RAID 1 or JBOD configuration, Relatively small foot print for storage of this size
Integrated Thunderbolt cable, could be a point of failure (not user replaceable), Weight is on the hefty side for a portable, No extra Thunderbolt port on device for daisy chaining
In this day and age of digital entertainment, the associated files that are edited to bring you amazing still life imagery or high-definition video require high performance peripherals. With a large amount of digital content producers being out on locatio...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-30
Huge, 4TB capacity in a portable drive. Speedy throughput scores. Permanently attached cable. Bus powered. RAID Level 0, 1, JBOD. Three-year warranty.
No Thunderbolt pass-through. Bulky for a portable drive
The Western Digital My Passport Pro ($429.99) is a spacious, Thunderbolt-equipped, portable hard drive for the graphics pro. With a 4TB capacity and built-in Thunderbolt cable, it can hold all of your project files for quick access and use. There are fast...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-24
The sturdy, all-aluminum enclosure with its twin drives is compact and surprisingly heavy at 1.01 lbs. (0.46kg). Western Digital also offers a 4TB version that is even heavier. There is a cleverly integrated Thunderbolt cable making for grab-and-go portab...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-02
The WD My Passport Pro is fast, portable, and has some of the largest storage capacity you can find. It supports multiple RAID setups, has a well-designed built-in Thunderbolt cable, and is comparatively affordable
The drive doesn't support USB nor does it have an extra Thunderbolt port. The 4TB version is bulky
The WD My Passport Pro is more than just the first 4TB Thunderbolt bus-powered portable drive on the market, it's also one of the fastest Thunderbolt drives available.Hosting two internal drives, the Passport Pro allows users to arrange them in different ...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-27
Decent performance, Bus-powered, Easy-to-use software
Design is bulky, Doesn't support daisy chaining
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Reviewed on 2014-06-11
For the longest time, the WD My Passport line-up has been one of the most popular portable storage solutions. To further this, WD has now advanced the line-up with a Thunderbolt enabled solution dubbed the My Passport Pro.The My Passport Pro is, like I sa...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-15
No external power needed, impressive speeds
Bulky design, load whining fan, cable not userreplaceable
The WD My Passport Pro is the first portable dual-drive solution powered by Thunderbolt. The WD My Passport Pro sports two 2TB hard drives inside and allows a RAID configuration to pair the two drives together. Designed specifically for creative professio...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-02
Bus-powered over Thunderbolt, Twin hard drives in RAID 0, Neat design
Cost could be a barrier for some users, Our speed results are a little lower than WD's quoted figures
With the My Passport Pro, WD is aiming at users who require a fast portable hard drive, yet also a very high capacity drive to deal with large amounts of data. It has achieved both speed and capacity by putting two hard drives in the same enclosure and ru...
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