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WD launches redesigned My Passport, My Book hard drives in India starting at Rs. 7980

Western Digital (WD) launches its redesigned My Passport and My Book hard drives in India which are equipped with features such as password protection and hardware encryption.

My Passport is a portable external hard drive which comes in 1TB, 2TB and 4TB  storage variants priced at Rs. 7,980, Rs. 11,910 and Rs. 17,140 respectively. It’s a blend of style and storage with its textured design and 256-bit AES hardware encryption. Besides, it also gets password protection which ensures that all your valuable data is safely protected with a password.

While My Book is a desktop storage device and comes with a capacity of up to 8TB. It also gets security features such as password protection and data encryption. It will be available in 3TB, 4TB, 6TB and 8TB variants priced at Rs. 13,050, Rs. 16,470, Rs. 26,600 and Rs. 29,500 respectively.

Our endeavor is to add value through our products consistently and this time also our team has gone ahead of the curve with elevating design quotient on the new My Passport and My Book drives to enhance user-experience”, said Khalid Wani, Director – Content Solutions Business, India, Middle East and Africa, Western Digital.

The newly reimagined design language is meant to amplify our personal connection to data. As the data use is drastically evolving and has become an integral part of our lives, we aim to focus on reiterating the importance of personalizing data solutions that excite people while preserving and cherishing their precious memories.

In addition, both hard drives offer automatic backup and come bundled with WDD Backup software. Moreover, Western Digital is also offering a 2-year limited warranty on the newly launched My Passport and My Book hard drives. Both storage devices are available for purchase across select retailers in the country and will be available in black, red, white and blue colour options.

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