Product Comparison: Seagate Wireless Plus vs Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro

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General Specifications
Western Digital
Wireless Plus
My Passport Wireless Pro
About the Product
With Seagate Wireless Plus, you can enjoy your media and access your files without wires or the Internet. This mobile storage device broadcasts its own Wi-Fi network, so you can wirelessly stream your media.
My Passport Wireless Pro gives photographers and filmmakers portable storage to easily offload, edit and stream photos or HD videos in the field. Streamline your workflow with this all-in-one drive and work seamlessly from your mobile device, or transfer files with the built-in SD card reader.
Key Specs
Storage Drive Type
2000 GB
3000 GB
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Seagate Wireless Plus 1TB Portable Hard Drive with Built-in WiFi
  • Very good looking drive, strong, capacious and well built. It's as tall as an iPhone 5S, but about 50% wider.
  • So far I have had no real issues with this unit. Full of space and high speed.
  • Massive Amount of Storage Space. Highly recommend.
  • One of the biggest strengths of this reasonably small portable hard drive is that it has a gargantuan amount of space.
  • It's a very nice looking item and serves its basic purpose as an external hard drive. It transfers files quickly and has plenty of space.
Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro Portable Hard Drive
  • I do like the compact size of the device and the fact that i can use this as wireless storage for my devices.
  • Even though it is a little heavier than I expected, its compact size fits neatly in the camera bag that I carry for those outings and provides a huge amount of immediate photo storage.
  • Overall this is an amazing idea for a solution for traveling photographers.
  • It’s thin. Not as thin as typical portable hard drives, but with the wireless function and auto backup options - it’s worth the size.
  • Would like to see SSD and more compact design in the future.
Size & Weight
0.8 in.
0.9 in.
5 in.
5 in.
3.5 in.
5 in.
0.6 lbs.
1 lbs.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
OS Compatibility
Windows XP or higher, Mac OS 10.6 or higher
iOS 6.0 or higher, Android 4.0 or higher, Windows 7 or higher, Mac OS 10.6 or higher
Wi-Fi, USB 3.0
Wi-Fi, USB 3.0, SD Card slot
Backup Function
Synchronizes with Dropbox and Google Drive, Streams up to three different HD movies to three devices at the same time, Connects throughout your home to DLNA devices
USB power bank to charge mobile devices, Fast SD Card Media Transfers, Super-Fast USB 3.0 Transfer Speeds
What customers say about "Features"
Seagate Wireless Plus 1TB Portable Hard Drive with Built-in WiFi
  • Loading files is drag and drop simple. This is great for time saving.
  • In remote environments you can connect your tablet, phone or computer to the device directly.
  • You can connect the device to an existing wifi connection and have access to all of your files in the device while maintaining internet connectivity.
  • The idea of a drive I could use while being crammed on a plane wirelessly was ideal.
  • The official Seagate Media App is awful. It's a nightmare to use if you have a large media collection.
Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro Portable Hard Drive
  • If you hate wires and shoot a lot of videos on the go, are an avid traveler or a photographer, this will be your savior when your card runs out of space or you want to view your footage but your camera is out of juice.
  • This a fantastic portable drive. Allows to back-up from camera on the field.
  • I often travel to obscure and remote places overseas with no or limited wi-fi.
  • The drive was bought so that I could backup my landscape and wildlife photographs daily during my trips (multiple days for each trip).
  • My MacBook does not recognize it, or if it does, it takes hours to transfer a few files.
Number Of Drives
Mobile App
Mobile App
Additional Accessories
Compact USB wall charger
USB 3.0
What customers say about "Included"
Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro Portable Hard Drive
  • Can access device and all files via Mobile App.
  • Ok, it says I can use a mobile device to set it up. I downloaded the app in my iPad and started it up.
  • It comes with a USB 3.0 cable and a small power brick (about the size of a 12w iPad charger).
  • Connection speeds to this device via USB are as fast as my other USB 3.0 devices from my new MB pro with SSD.
  • The instructions that can with the unit were on a small card, I had to search the web for better instructions.
Power Supply
Built-in rechargeable battery
USB 5V/0.5A
What customers say about "Power"
Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro Portable Hard Drive
  • Battery life and capacity grade for extended trips.
  • The built in battery ensure that one does not always require the drive to be connect to a power source.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year(s)
2 year(s)
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