|Brand Name||Western Digital|
|Series||My Passport Pro|
|Item model number||WDBRMP0020DBK-NESN|
|Item Weight||1.01 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.65 x 3.48 x 1.13 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.65 x 3.48 x 1.13 inches|
|Flash Memory Size||2 TB|
WD 2TB My Passport Pro Portable External Hard Drive - Thunderbolt - WDBRMP0020DBK-NESN
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- Dual-drive RAID storage
- Up to 233 MB/s data transfer rates
- Integrated Thunderbolt cable
- No AC adapter required
- Durable aluminum enclosure
- User-selectable RAID 0/1 or JBOD
- Massive capacity - 2 TB or 4 TB
- 3-year limited warranty
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Performance that keeps up with your creativity.
- Integrated Thunderbolt cable
- No AC adapter required
Thunderbolt speed. True portability.
- Blazing-fast transfer speeds up to 233 MB/s*
- Integrated Thunderbolt cable powers the drive
- Durable aluminum enclosure
- User-selectable RAID 0, 1 or JBOD
Transfer, back up and edit in record time
Now you don’t have to choose between speed and portability. Transfer, edit, compile and stream graphics-intensive files in record time and meet your aggressive deadlines.
Durability for your on-the-go workflow
The anodized, all-aluminum enclosure helps protect the drives inside so whether you’re filming a new documentary out in the field or presenting your new portfolio to a client, My Passport Pro is designed for any on-the go workflow.
No power adapter required
Powered directly through the Thunderbolt port on your MacBook, My Passport Pro frees up space in your field kit by eliminating the need for an AC adapter. And with the integrated cable that is tethered to the drive, you’ll never lose your Thunderbolt cable on location.
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|Compatible Devices||Mac||Desktop||Mac, PC||Laptop, Desktop||Laptop||Laptop, Desktop|
|Digital Storage Capacity||2.0 TB||1.0 TB||2 TB||5 TB||2 TB||2 TB|
|Hard Disk Description||2X1TB||Portable||Fast transfer rates When connected to a USB 3.0 port, WD Elements portable storage delivers maximum performance for data transfers. Transfer a full-length HD movie in a fraction of the time it takes with USB 2.0. Performance may vary based on user's hardware and system configuration. USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatibility Works seamlessly with the latest USB 3.0 devices and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 devices as well. High capacity in a small enclosure The small, lightweight design offers high-capacity storage, making WD Elements portable storage the ideal companion for consumers who want to take their important files with them. Improve PC performance When your internal drive is almost full your PC slows down. Don't delete files. Free up space on your internal drive by transferring files to your WD Elements and get your PC moving again. WD quality inside and out We know your data is important to you. So we build the drive inside to our demanding requirements for durability, shock tolerance and long-term reliability. Then we protect the drive with a durable enclosure designed for style and protection. Formatted for Windows Formatted NTFS and compatible with Windows 10, 8.1 and 7. Reformatting required for other operating systems.||—||Portable||Hybrid Drive|
|Hard Disk Size||2 TB||1024 GB||2.00 TB||5.00 TB||2 TB||2000 GB|
|Hardware Interface||Thunderbolt||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB, USB 3.0, Thunderbolt||USB 3.0||USB 3.0|
|Item Dimensions||5.65 x 3.48 x 1.13 inches||0.91 x 3.17 x 5.12 inches||4.35 x 3.23 x 0.59 inches||1.34 x 3.58 x 5.84 inches||4.60 x 3.15 x 0.58 inches||3.50 x 0.98 x 5.51 inches|
|Item Weight||1.01 lbs||0.58 lbs||4.66 ounces||1.32 lbs||6.72 ounces||5.12 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||2.0 TB||1.00 TB||2000 GB||5.0 TB||—||2000 GB|
|Size||2 TB||1 TB||2TB||5TB||2TB||2TB|
Western Digital My Passport Pro WDBRMP0020DBK-NESN DAS Array - 2 TB Installed HDD Capacity WDBRMP0020DBK-NESN Hard Drive Arrays
My Passport Pro. Portable RAID Storage Thunderbolt performance.
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While it is portable, it is a heavy little guy because of the built in cooling system which can sometimes kick in - especially if one tends to use on a bed... sigh. Or if it's transferring several large batches of files (on the order of 3-4 x 300GB-1TB files, at the same time).
Less than 72 hrs and both, that's right 2 separate 4TB Passport Pro's have the exact same error message.
"The drive in slot B is missing.
Please replace the missing drive and configure it using the WD Drive Utilities application."
Now I'm not sure what's going on but I purchased these 2 - 4TB Passport Pro hard drives to replace 4 - 2TB My Passports. In a nutshell I had 2 - 2TB hard drives of data and had an additional 2 - 2TB hard drives as synced copies (backups). I purchased 2 - 4TB Passport Pros for 2 reasons, 1, consolidate some of my data, and 2, faster speed. I transferred all the data from both primary 2TB hard drives to 1 of the new Passport Pros and then synced it to have a backup incase one went bad.
Well here we are, less than 72 hours in and I'm getting this error message. Not sure what the deal is but I figure if it was a configuration issue, formatting issue or something, I would have got this error message immediately after all the data was moved over, not 24-48 hours later. Not cool Western Digital.
Just ran WD Drive Utilities and both Run Drive Status Check & Quick Drive Test checked out ok on BOTH hard drives so don't know what's going on. Giving a 2 star rating until WD provides some answers.
1 The cable is too short. Normally this would not be a problem if there were male/female thunderbolt cables available. I tried a m/f mini display port cable but the passport would not seat into the female end of the cable.
2 Attempting to reinitialize without raid and use the drive as a partitioned HD does not work. After reinitializing, regardless of the number of partitions, they do not mount.
I realize that the two 1tb discs and the Raid 0 configuration is what gives this drive the thunderbolt speed. But I would also like to have the option of configuring it the way I like and not be hindered by Western Digitals restrictions or possible built in user limitations.
5 Stars to the drive for its performance. It's very fast and reliable.
In Raid 0 configuration I cloned My Mac Book Pro and restarted. Startup was less than 30 seconds.
Starry Night Pro Plus takes about a minute to start on this drive it took about 20 seconds.
The clone took about 40 minutes. When I cloned my Mac Book to an external firewire Drobo it took mor than 2 hours.
I'm now using the Passport Pro 2TB Hard Drive to beta test Apple's El Capitan Mac OS.
It's a great device despite the mentioned limitations.
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Overall, I'm very happy with the 4Tb drive. It represents good price/performance, and when Raid 0 is used, the Thunderbolt interface will outperform USB 3.
I have the WD set with the default delivered RAID 0 which doesn't provide backup protection (I have another WD for backups) but provides exactly the performance I was looking for. It allows for VMs to be run directly from the extern drive without compromising on performance.
From a Windows 7 performance perspective, with the VM running on the WD externally, the primary hard disk reports a score of 7.9. The same VM running on the local Macbook Pro SSD ran with an identical performance rating of 7.9 so activities within the VM itself are almost identical.
While the drive itself does not perform like the internal SSD, it does perform perfectly for running VM's without any file moves. VM's run almost identically allowing me to create more Master VM's (safer than linked, IMO) without the hassle and time of moving files around.
I've included the Xbench statistics as an FYI but the lower numbers for the WD don't do it justice. I've also included the stats on the WD My Passport that was previously used as the drive to move VM data around (it was noticeably slower when attempting to run VM's from this drive).
While not as safe as back-up, it was the a fantastic solution.