WD My Passport SSD: Worthy competition for Samsung’s T3

Until WD’s My Passport SSD showed up on our doorstep, Samsung’s (Gen 1, 5Gbps) portable SSD was the last word in super-svelte, high-capacity storage. Now there’s at least a conversation. The My Passport SSD even adds a little spice to the debate by using a Type C USB 3.1 (10Gbps) interface. The extra bandwidth made no difference in performance, and the T3 is still a little faster. More on the why of that later.

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