My Passport for Mac USB-C Portable Drive, 1TB - WD shipping worldwide For Sale

My Passport for Mac USB-C Portable Drive, 1TB - WD shipping worldwide


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My Passport for Mac USB-C Portable Drive, 1TB - WD shipping worldwide:
$70

Premium, compact portable storage. Features 256-bit hardware encryption and password protection to keep your content private & sound.

Ex Display Comes with original packing, cable, and manual, also protective film there is no wear marks. Please note it was reformatted to exFAT so compatible with windows and macOS machines. all bundle software was wiped out but you can download it from WD website for freeShipping WorldwideFeatures
  • Works perfectly with Apple Time Machine
  • Easy to setup & ready to use out of the box
  • Plug and play SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface
  • Includes USB-C and USB-A cables for universal compatibility
  • Backwards compatible with USB 2.0
  • Powered by USB, no power supply required
  • Formatted HFS + Journaled for Mac OS High Sierra, Sierra and El Capitan
  • 3 Year manufacturer warranty

SpecificationsDrive TypeExternalDrive Size2.5"Drive InterfaceUSB 3.0Hard Drive Capacity1TBProduct RangeWD My PassportProduct Contents:Drive, USB-C and USB-A cable, software and user guideCountry of Origin:Thailand


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