As its name advice, the Western Digital My Passport for Mac is a movable USB2 hard disk aimed at Mac consumers. This simply means it is functioned as HFS+, so is ready for utilize with a Mac, but Windows consumers can simply reformat it as NTFS for Computer utilize, or as FAT32 to use with together Mac and Computer. The black and silver shape is easy, but it is effective and sturdy sufficient.
Its functioned in our benchmarks was in line with what we had look from a USBII movable disk. Big documents were written at 32.2MB/s and read at 35.8MB/s, while little documents were written at 19.6MB/s and read at 24.2MB/s.
Dissimilar many other USBII disks, this one utilizes a micro Universal Serial Bus cable instead than a more basic mini USB edition. Added on the My Passport itself is a use for password-defending your documents.
The One terabyte My Passport costs more than a 1TB movable USB2 disk that does not arrive HFS+ formatted, which is rather a premium since reformatting is so simple to accomplish. It is not a poor disk, but at this cost it is bad value.