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Tuesday, 04 December 2007 14:07

WD Passport goes gigantic with 320GB

Written by David Stellmack

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Puts 1/3 of a Terabyte in a small speedy package


Western Digital announced today that they are cranking up the storage with a new 320GB Passport external hard drive. The new 320GB model features the new 320GB Scorpio 2.5-inch form factor SATA hard drive that was recently announced in a slick external package for transportability.

The Passport external hard drive series has been very well received by consumers and Western Digital is trying to capitalize on the popularity of the passport series by expanding the storage capacity with their largest Scorpio hard drive. The external housing features a piano-black finish and weighs less than 5 ounces.

The new 320GB Passport is shipping this week and should be on select retailer shelves in time for the holidays. The 320GB Passport carries a price tag of $229.99 USD.

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