Western Digital WD Elements 2.5 inch 1 TB that is password protection is an continuous automatic software that quietly works in the background using the least of your computer resources to protect all your data. There is no need to make use of any external source like a pendrive to save all your important files as now this can be done by using Elements from Western Digital. Elements is also password protection and with its huge capacity to store of 1 TB you can save even a number of your largest files. My passport originally cost Rs.
8500 but now after a 44% discount this is available now only for Rs 4450.
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Western Digital Elements 2.5 inch 1 TB at Rs 4450 Only from Western Digital now is a very compact like software that has a huge capacity but occupies a very small space. It is said to be a small design with huge capacity. WD Elements is password protected that can protect all your videos, files, photos etc from being seen by people who you do not want to. All you need is to save in a password and thus becomes password protected. This in turns also saves your files from unauthorized use or access. This is a portable device thus can be moved along with you wherever you want it to. This is also compatible with Windows 8 and does not require any external power supply.
About Western Digital:-
Western Digital Corporation (often abbreviated to WDC or WD) is one of the largest computer hard disk drive (along withSeagate Technology) manufacturers in the world. It has a long history in the electronics industry as anintegrated circuit maker and a storage products company. Western Digital was founded on April 23, 1970 by Alvin B. Phillips, a Motorola employee, as General Digital, initially (and briefly) a manufacturer of MOS test equipment. It rapidly became a speciality semiconductor maker, with start-up capital provided by several individual investors and industrial giant Emerson Electric Company. Around July 1971, it adopted its current name and soon introduced its first product, the WD1402A UART.
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