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What cloud? Why you should never give up saving onto hardware

Cloud computing is life. Literally. With iCloud, Google Drive and all myriad other FTPs and places to save your documents, spreadsheets, photos, videos, Grams and more, it’s easy to forget there was once a time where 3.5-inch floppy disks and CD-ROMs were the way to keep your things safe.

Enter Western Digital’s My Passport SSD, features blistering fast write speeds of up to 1050MB/s and read speed of up to 1000MB/s. Not to mention the device is equipped with password protection to keep your files safe and sleek metal design to provide durability.

There’s always a place for secure, external bulk saving options to keep your work and personal life chugging along and here’s why.


Get more of it! Unlike an internal drive, which is nestled firmly inside your computer, an external hard drive is a device that you plug into a computer port. An external hard drive gives you more storage space to keep your data.


One of the most important things you can do to protect your computer data is to back up your hard drive. A backup is just a second copy of your hard drive that you’ll have available in case something happens to your computer.


Externals make it a lot easier to practise usual editing skills like, video editing, photo editing, digital illustration, 3D rendering, audio editing, advanced simulations.

For more options and to get your own solution, head over to the Western Digital site.

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