Different between WD passport and element

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Could you clarify me on the above title.


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okoye
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  1. The WD Passport is a small portable Hard disk drive that normally goes up to around 1Terabyte.

    The WD Element uses a regular sized desktop Hard Disk drive that normally goes up to around 3Terabytes. I believe this version requires an extra power source /and or 2 USB cables to power it (with a split end).

    I have the WD Passport - 1TB edition and it is nice and small. USB2.0. Works really well too, and only needs 1 USB cable.
  2. The Elements drives are USB-powered portables just like the Passports:
    http://www.wdc.com/en/products/products.aspx?id=480

    However, whereas the Passports incorporate 128-bit AES hardware encryption, the Elements do not.
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