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WD’s My Passport Wireless Pro is a wireless external hard drive and portable Media Server. It’s a great tool for the on the go digital media creator. You can connect to it in a variety of ways. Either through it’s built in card reader, through it’s built in USB port or you can go completely cable free by connecting to the drive via it’s built in Wi-Fi. If you’re interested to see just what this drive has to offer over your current “dumb” external hard drive give this video a watch and I think you’ll be impressed.

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— Time Stamps —
0:00 – video Intro
0:30 – why I bought the WD My Passport Wireless Pro
1:07 – let’s take a look this guy
2:16 – the built-in SD Card Reader
3:40 – battery life tests, video streaming & file transfer tests
5:44 – battery charging time
6:20 – it also doubles as a battery bank!
6:55 – using it like a regular ole external hard drive
7:28 – using Drive Lock
8:11 – IMPORTANT things to know when setting up your MyPassport Wireless Pro
10:29 – SD Card and USB importing options
11:16 – drive options only accessible using a web browser
11:32 – media serving with PLEX or Twonky Server
12:30 – restoring to factory defaults
13:58 – copying files to and from the Wireless Pro wirelessly
14:07 – copying to and from a computer
14:46 – copying to and from your smartphone or tablet
15:27 – my final thoughts
16:27 – Thanks for Watching! Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe! 🙂

Music in this video –

“Dutty” by Vibe Tracks from the YouTube Creator Studio Music Library

“Jay Jay” by Kevin MacLeod from the YouTube Creator Studio Music Library

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31 Replies to “WD My Passport Wireless Pro Overview/Review”

  1. Wanna skip to a particular part of the video? Use the Time Stamps. 🙂

    — Time Stamps —

    0:00 – video Intro

    0:30 – why I bought the WD My Passport Wireless Pro

    1:07 – let's take a look this guy

    2:16 – the built-in SD Card Reader

    3:40 – battery life tests, video streaming & file transfer tests

    5:44 – battery charging time

    6:20 – it also doubles as a battery bank!

    6:55 – using it like a regular ole external hard drive

    7:28 – using Drive Lock

    8:11 – IMPORTANT things to know when setting up your MyPassport Wireless Pro

    10:29 – SD Card and USB importing options

    11:16 – drive options only accessible using a web browser

    11:32 – media serving with PLEX or Twonky Server

    12:30 – restoring to factory defaults

    13:58 – copying files to and from the Wireless Pro wirelessly

    14:07 – copying to and from a computer

    14:46 – copying to and from your smartphone or tablet

    15:27 – my final thoughts

    16:27 – Thanks for Watching! Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe! 🙂

  2. Totally worthless, overheats and shuts down in an hour, takes many hours to copy files, corrupt file system, won't finish chkdsk, has now run over a week but still only 10% finished with chkdsk /r. $250 bucks shot to Hell

  3. Very enjoyable, watched it all the way to the end. It helped me to decide whether it meets my needs.

  4. Too bad it's so freaking expensive. Could have been better if you can choose to change drives to SSD of your choice or something along those lines

  5. what happens to your data if the battery dies (I don't mean "out of battery", i mean like a totally dead battery)

  6. Worse POS I ever purchased. Unnecessarily complicated. Doesn't always work, moody. That kind of wonky reliability is an absolute no.

  7. Changed the router and everything is ok except Windows 7 will no longer find the My Passport network. Arghh… help….

  8. Hi, i heard that if you keep it plugged in (as in charging) that it heats up and starts to send notifications about it.. Is this true?
    I would keep it in the wall socket, as a NAS, don't care about mobility that much.
    Great review!

  9. I wish the video was longer……I have one and have struggled with it a little. You have helped me out a lot… Thanks for the video sir

  10. This device is sometimes locked and the application on the phone is horrible, please be more honest in the analysis.

  11. Hi I have a question?is the streaming of media video or audio accessible in a good way without home wireless connection?thx

  12. Can you compare the WD My Passport Wireless Pro to the SSK Portable NAS External Wireless Hard Drive? Will the SSK auto backup an SD card? Can it do an incremental backup? If I use it with my iPhone, what features do I lose and/or how much more inconvenient is it?

  13. Note: tried to use this to offload Insta360 video and ran into proprietary issues… Bottomline you can only use Adobe Premier with the Insta360 plug-in to process Insta360 video (off your PC, iPad or Phony)

  14. Looks like you have a supped up PC so I’m just gonna respond to some questions NO! This is an HHD which is waaay tooo slow to do video editing esp 4K ie you will need SSD(s) on a NAS to keep video off the processor that is handling the o/s and application(s) and I’ll bet there is a GPU in that monster PC to offload graphics…

  15. Thanks for the video. I am about the buy this device. So is it possible to download videos from the gopro7 sd card while seeing and choicing one by one on an android 8.1 mobile phone? Because I don't want to use a laptop when I am traveling

  16. Why the antics? Can you just get to the review of the product? There are also issues with the product providing a password to connect to devices that did not work. Other numerous challenges as well. One thing that is boring is someone telling repeatedly how boring something is that you didn’t actually do. ?? Respect viewers time.

  17. I have run into a snag with my WD My Passport Wireless Pro. As far as a storage device all is well. BUT, when I try and play/view 4K video files over WiFi on my 2nd Gen iPad Pro 12.9 they stutter and sputter. If I download the same file to the iPad the video plays fine. Is the “Write” speed not up to 4K? Any help would be most appreciated.

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