- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Physical tour
- Page 3: Features
- Page 4: Speed
- Page 5: Battery
- Page 6: Wrap up
There are certain things – tech accessories to be exact – in life that are essential for day-to-day use. We can’t live without portable storage these days, and we have at least one USB flash drive with us. For those who wants larger storage will have to settle for the larger external hard disks. Traditional external hard disks require a USB cable to connect to a computer, but never to a phone – but that’s about to change.
Introducing the WD My Passport Wireless. As the name states, it’s a wireless hard disk with some extremely handy features.
The Passport Wireless comes in a rather huge box – and has a flap to reveal the hard disk.
The box overall is rather clean and doesn’t have much to see other than some specifications and some other description on how to use the product.
Digging out the content, there is a huge hard plastic shell that holds everything inside. And oh – this is not the frustrating clamshell type of plastic, it’s just a front and back piece snapped on together. There’s a latch at one of the corner to open it up.
The clamshell contains quite a number of things – a quick start guide, a technical support and warranty guide, a charger, some plug converters for different plug types, a USB 3.0 Micro B (simply micro USB 3.0) and the hard disk itself.