WD Wi-Fi Mobile Storage My Passport Wireless

CraigBKK

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This wireless HD with SD slot looks extremely useful for longer trips when you don't want to lug a laptop with you and are shooting gigs of video shortage daily.

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I currently use something similar by JOBO but can fill up the 120 GB hard drive in 5 days with just one GoPro shooting in 1080p at 60fps. I plan to using multiple action cameras in the near future (as soon as the new GoPro models are available here) so need an alternative option. This drive also makes shooting in Protune, which eats through storage even quicker, more practical.

The HD has wireless transfer and an app, which will allow you to access you photos/video on a tablet out in the field, again without the need to take a laptop computer with you.

I believe WD drives are produced in Thailand so hopefully this product will be available locally.
My Passport Wireless | Wi-Fi Mobile Storage
 

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Technology is changing so quickly but i hope WD has improved on it's Mac interface i have two WD 1TB external drives and they are rubbish, i also have a solid state Seagate portable 1Tb for trip's and its brilliant
 

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I used to carry a USB HDD as backup for my laptop. The vibration (presumably) killed it eventually... although the laptop has struggled on.

Last trip, I bought a swag of 64Gb USB sticks and used them instead.
 
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