Add 512GB of portable USB-C storage to your Mac w/ WD’s My Passport SSD for $90 (Reg. up to $135)

$135 $90

Amazon offers the WD 512GB My Passport USB-C Portable Solid State Drive for $89.99 shipped. Normally selling for as much as $135, it just dropped from $105 down to a new Amazon all-time low. Thanks to the drive’s USB-C port, you’re looking at up to 515MBps transfer speeds, making it a reliable option for on-the-go Mac storage. Plus, it’s compact size doesn’t hurt either, with WD’s SSD fitting in the palm of your hand. It carries a 4.3/5 star rating form over 250 customers, and you can check out our hands-on look for how it compares to other USB-C SSD on the market.

To put today’s offer in perspective, the 256GB model of WD’s My Passport SSD will run you $100 right now at Amazon. If you don’t need 512GB of storage though, the PNY Elite 240GB USB 3.0 Portable SSD ditches USB-C but keeps the compact form-factor at $70.

 WD 512GB My Passport USB-C Portable SSD features:

  • Blazing-fast file transfers with speeds up to 515 MB/s
  • Password protection with hardware encryption
  • USB Type-C and USB 3.1 Gen 2 ready; USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and USB-A compatible
  • Trusted Drive built with WD reliability
  • Automatic backup

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