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Western Digital launches the WD Pro Series

Western Digital has introduced the WD Pro Series: My Passport Wireless Pro Wi-Fi mobile storage and My Cloud Pro Series network attached storage (NAS).  They’re designed specifically for the creative community,

The products use the My Cloud mobile app. A new version of the app will be launched with the My Passport Wireless Pro and My Cloud Pro Series and be compatible with the Adobe Creative Cloud. In addition, both the My Passport Wireless Pro and My Cloud Pro Series devices are also compatible with the Plex Media Server and My Cloud OS 3 software for editing, streaming and sharing of content.

Using the direct Wi-Fi connection, creators can automatically backup files from compatible cameras, as well as save, edit and transfer work from up to eight other devices connected to the drive. Tethered connections are also available for faster transfers and include a built-in SD card reader as well as a USB 2.0 port.

Available in capacities up to 3TB, the My Passport Wireless Pro device also features up to 10 hours of battery life and a built-in battery pack that can even be used to charge phones and other devices like digital or video cameras. Offering up to 32TB of storage, the My Cloud Pro Series NAS are optimized to import from cameras/memory card readers and other USB storage with a simple one touch backup button. S

My Passport Wireless Pro Wi-Fi mobile storage is available in the WD store at and at select retailers, including and distributors. My Passport Wireless Pro storage has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) ranging from $229.99 up to $249.99 depending on capacity. 

My Cloud Pro Series NAS devices are also available at, B&H and the WD Store. MSRP begins at $399.99 up to $1,649.99 depending on configuration and capacity. The My Cloud Pro Series will also offer a two-year limited warranty for diskless models and a three-year limited warranty for populated models.

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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.