WD intros 'world's first' 2TB portable HDD
WD has outed what it claims is the world's first portable hard drive with a 2TB capacity.
The drive is part of WD's My Passport line, and sports a redesigned shell - available in a choice of five colours - and SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connectivity.
Bundled software allows you to password-protect the drive's contents and to automatically back-up your Windows PC's documents and media files to the drive when it's connected.
The 2TB versions costs £230 including VAT - $250 minus sales tax in States - and WD is also offering 500GB, 750GB and 1TB drives for less. They're available now from WD's online shop and its many retailers. ®
I'll take 100
If you can get a 2TB portable (that's 2.5 inch) hard drive for £90 I will take 100 of them - I'll even give you £100 each.
I expect you didn't read (or understand) the article.
So what are all those 3tb ones then?
I'm assuming they mean 2.5"? 'cause there are plenty of 3.5" ones around and they are very portable.... I know, I have one!
It takes literally two clicks from this article to get to the specs page where you can see the physical size.
It's a 2.5" drive. If you can get those for £90 right now then hats off to you as you're obviously making a fortune selling them on for profit.