WD 2TB My Passport Wireless Pro Portable External Hard Drive - WiFi USB 3.0 - WDBP2P0020BBK-NESN
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- Wireless 802.11ac for fast data transfers
- SD 3.0 card reader for fast media offloads
- All-day battery (up to 10 hours)
- USB power bank to charge mobile devices
- USB 3.0 for super-fast transfers
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RAW Image Support
Preview RAW images on your phone or tablet, and export to edit them with third-party apps. Visit support.wd.com for a full list of RAW image support.
Your Creative Hub in the Field
My Passport Wireless Pro gives photographers and filmmakers portable storage to easily offload, edit and stream photos or HD videos in the field. Streamline your workflow with this all-in-one drive and work seamlessly from your mobile device, or transfer files with the built-in SD card reader.
- Wireless 802.11ac for fast data transfers
- SD 3.0 card reader for quick media offloads
- All-day battery (up to 10 hours*)
- USB power bank to charge mobile devices
Fast SD Card Media Transfers
Stay on the go and quickly transfer media from your camera’s SD card with an integrated SD 3.0 card reader. Offload .RAW photos and full HD videos to this high-capacity drive and back up everything you capture while improving your workflow so you can keep moving.
All-Day Battery Life
My Passport Wireless Pro has up to 10 hours* of continuous use. Bring it on an all-day shoot, stay out in the field longer. Take it on a long trip, continuously stream videos on the road or in flight.
*Based on streaming HD 720p, 3 Mbps video to one device over Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz single band only. Actual battery life depends on file size, type, format, bitrate, devices connected, Wi-Fi connectivity, settings and other factors.
Built-in Power Bank
Out of power? Not a problem. Equipped with a 6,400 mAh power bank, you can charge your smartphone, tablet, or other USB devices wherever you are. With this all-in-one storage device, you get a perfect travel partner.
Super-Fast USB 3.0 Transfer Speeds
Back up your media in a matter of moments using the super-fast transfer speeds of the USB 3.0 port. With USB 3.0, you save time when transferring large files like a .RAW image or full HD videos.
Import Media from External USB Devices
With an extra USB 2.0 port, you can easily transfer media from an external USB storage device. Through the added compatibility of USB 2.0, you’re able to back up photos and videos directly from a compatible DSLR or CF card reader.
Wireless Access and 4K Streaming
My Passport Wireless Pro creates its own fast 802.11ac Wi-Fi connection so you can wirelessly connect to your drive to access and view saved photos or smoothly stream 4K video directly to your phone or tablet using the My Cloud app. Use third party apps, like FiLMiC Pro, to capture and save footage directly to the drive, or LumaFusion to edit video in the field.
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Operation isn't too difficult, but it has no display, only blue lights that blink in different combinations.
Copying of the SD card is not automatic. To copy a card, power on the device, but leave it unconnected (no cable). Insert the SD card. Then tap on the battery level button - if you look closely you will also se the SD logo. A light will blink, but that doesn't really tell you anything. I place my hand on the device to feel the hard disk activity. If you listen carefully, you can also faintly hear the activity. After I started the transfer, I used the iPhone app to connect to the device and monitor the transfer progress.
WD, if you are reading this, what would make all the difference in the world is a display that tells you what is going on, with words, something more than various lights blinking.
20171216: I've been using it a few days now. I managed to work my way through the instructions, and figure out how to set the unit to copy SD cards automagically. That now works nicely, BUT, the imports are date stamped April 2016. Since it is December 2017, this is not very helpful. In fact, it is damned irritating because I've spent an hour searching for where to set the date, and so far I've found nothing. The closest I came to a resolution was a WD article telling me to be connected to a web browser. Not sure what they mean by that, but the unit is connected to my router (it will take two WiFi connections) which should be enough to let it get to a time server. But it seems to be unaware of the correct date. Very frustrating.
Another difficult feature of the unit is that if the unit is attached by usb to the computer, it no longer has an interface, it becomes a plain old ordinary hard drive.
20180115: further update. The unit has somehow figured out the correct date and time. I didn't tell it (never found where to do that) but it now records the date properly. After using this for over a month, my final conclusion is that it is quite useful for backing up your SD card without having a computer attached. And, even though Western Digital could have done a better job on the design, no other manufacturer appears to be offering something like this. If you need to back up photos or other files that come on an SD card or a thumb drive, this is a good solution.
I will try an RMA but not holding out much hope really unhappy about this...
This drive does play Pex and it does a great job... Grand Kids streamed movies from cabin on a cruise ship two cabins away to a pair of Ipads worked perfectly I left it plugged in for the entire cruise... I have had the same success on airplanes... in an RV using a Roku and Apple TV box the apple box is the only device I have had a problem with...We played three different movies at the same time using Plex/roku stick and Roku 3 on a rainy crappy day in the Idaho Mountains... all of the movies are optimized for mobile which worked great but is a pain in the butt...
Had a little problem with shipping but as usual Amazon took care of the problem.
From what I can tell the majority of bad reviews seem to be rooted in the understanding of how to setup this drive, update it to latest firmware and media format (Optimized)... if you do all of that correctly this drive works like a champ plays the installed Plex Media Server great.
I recently took this device loaded with a selection of movies for kids and some for the grown ups on a Cruise... my grand kids cabin was two cabins away from the My passport drive and they where able to log into Plex with their Ipads and watch Kids movies while their parents did the same thing ,.. it was a cold windy day at sea and the cabin was the best place to hang for a couple hours...
I plugged the drive into Ac power and left it that way all week Accessing Music and videos from the Plex media server in both cabins... at one point we had 5 different devices access Plex from this great little wifi drive.
After the cruise we had a 4hr wait in LAX and I simply turned it on using the battery power for all to access as they wanted... it was really great to keep the kids occupied during the layover... once aboard the play I left the drive on in my carry on which was in the over head and the drive performed great.
I know that a lot of folks had problems and I can see how it might have been difficult... I ended up adding a wifi adapter to my desk top which makes using the drive much better than trying to use an Iphone to set the drive up... it can be done on an Iphone but much easier to use the WD software on the desktop, especially to install, configure and maintain the plex optimized files... I used the same PC that my Plex media server is installed on.
I had difficulty logging onto my home wifi nework... the way to go is to use a wifi enabled PC/laptop... using a wifi enabled PC allowed me to do everything including bridging to the internet to update the Plex meta files.
I love this drive it works great once set up adding new media is a bit clunky because of the need to optimize the files but once done it is great.
I used Plex, Handbrake and MCeBuddy to optimize the files all worked but MCebuddy worked best for me because it will drop the completed optimized files right on the My Passport drive as long as it is plugged into the network and accessible to MCEBuddy I still needed to connect to the PC/Plex(internet) to update the Plex library on the WD My passport drive to update/enable newly added media... this happens via the wifi nework... it all worked just like you are used to in Plex
I gave it five stars because it worked so well for my needs ...once setup
In the 3 days I've had this item, even after applying the latest firmware, it has crashed and/or malfunctioned every time I've tried to use it. It goes into all LED's flashing mode when backing up SD cards. It locks up and won't respond or shut down with any kind or combination of button pressing. It started failing to mount as a hard drive when connected to my mac via USB.
The MyCloud iOS app is confusing and opaque. It is difficult to get any feedback on what the device is doing (i.e. show progress on operations and monitoring activity.
Hopefully I can figure out how to secure wipe the drive so I can return it and get my money back.
A) It is NOT compatible with SDHC II U3cards. I can’t find any mention of this anywhere.
B) The My Wireless Cloud app is not well designed. It’s very difficult initially to find where everything is. Turns out I had to use the app AND access it through its web interface to configure it properly. Very Poor
C) WD tech support doesn’t respond to my email questions.
D) Most importantly for me, I just want to insert my camera SD card and have it automatically back up. It’s not initially configured to do this but after making the needed changes to the settings, it sometimes backs up and sometimes doesn’t.
This is my second unit and will be returning it as soon as I get home from vacation.