Time to save some money, create some space, and keep your media with you anywhere you go! The WD My Passport 256GB USB 3.1 portable solid state drive is down to $69.99 on Amazon. That's $30 off its regular price and an all-new historic low for the portable SSD. Its previous lowest price was $85, and that was just a brief sale back in July.

You can also get the 512GB drive down to a low price of $84.99. Considering it often sells for as much as $200, this is a great low price. And it's only $15 more than the 256GB version, so you get twice the space for a few bucks more.

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WD My Passport 256GB USB 3.1 portable solid state drive

Solid state drives have no moving parts, which means your data is more secure on the move. Plus it has transfer speeds as fast as 515 MB/s, password protection, and automatic backup capabilities. The USB port is backwards compatible, too.

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Most people use portable hard drives to carry music and other media from one place to the other. The problem with that is portable hard drives have lots of moving parts. In your backpack or bag they get jostled around and messed up. Solid state drives don't have that problem. So not only do you get a lot of space, you get a lot more durability. That's the beauty of the WD My Passport SSD, especially when it's down to this low price instead of inflated like portable SSDs tend to be.

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With USB 3.1 tech, you get blazing fast transfer speeds up to 515 MB/s. Plus, it's backwards compatible with USB 3.0, USB 2.0, and USB-A. Feel free to connect to older devices and still be able to transfer your stuff. The SSD also has hardware encryption and password protection to keep away those that don't belong. The WD My Passport can be a backup for all your stuff, too, and does it automatically if setup for it.

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