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WD Promotes Storage Solutions for Photographers at PhotoWorld Asia 2014

By Lionell Go Macahilig - on 3 Feb 2014, 3:22pm

WD Promotes Storage Solutions for Photographers at PhotoWorld Asia 2014

WD's booth showcases My Passport and My Cloud products at PhotoWorld Asia 2014.

External and portable storage devices are not the kind of accessories that you directly associate with digital cameras. However, they are still relevant in photography because they serve as repositories where you can store your massive compilation of photos and videos. Riding on this premise, WD is present at this year’s PhotoWorld Asia exhibition, showcasing its latest array of storage solutions for different types of photographers. Whether you’re an amateur or a pro, WD got you covered with its latest offerings.

WD My Passport Ultra

Available in 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB storage capacities, the My Passport Ultra is an ideal portable HDD for photographers who are always on the go. Its slim design makes it both light and compact, while USB 3.0 interface helps it in delivering fast read and write speeds.

WD My Cloud

Locally launched last month, the My Cloud is also present at WD’s booth PhotoWorld Asia 2014. As its moniker suggests, the My Cloud is personal cloud storage solution that comes in 2TB, 3TB, and 4TB capacities. With the My Cloud, photographers can harness the power of the cloud and access their photos from anywhere through a desktop PC, notebook, smartphone, or a tablet.

WD’s booth is open to visitors until tomorrow, February 4.