We’ve teamed up with Western Digital® to gift Apple’s latest iMac M1 to one lucky reader this month. Visit below to enter the contest and get a special offer on a selection of the company’s latest My Passport ™ SSDs.
The new My Passport SSD from WD® offers read speeds of up to 1050MB / s and write speeds of up to 1000MB / s, allowing you to quickly manage your files wherever you are *. They also include password protection with hardware encryption as well as simple backup software ** to get important files to your cloud service account or Apple Time Machine ***. The latest range features a sleek and durable metal design for shock and vibration resistance as well as drop protection up to 6.5ft (1.98m).
For a limited time, you can get great deals on select WD My Passport SSDs, including 1TB and 2TB **** models in a range of colors (select colors only).
How to enter:
For a chance to win Apple’s new iMac (24 ″, Apple M1 chip, 8-core CPU, 7-core GPU, base model), enter your name and email address below (one submission per email address). -mail) to sign up for WD and 9to5Mac’s newsletters. Make sure to share our giveaway on Facebook or Twitter & follow the WD brand on Facebook & Twitter for the latest updates. Registration is open until October 22, 2021. Open to US readers only. If you’re viewing this on a mobile device and don’t see the option to participate, click here.
terms and conditions
* As used for transfer rate, 1MB / s = one million bytes per second. Based on internal testing; performance may vary depending on host device, usage conditions and other factors.
** Internet activation required.
*** Registration of an App or Cloud account may be required. Cloud applications and services may be changed, terminated or discontinued at any time and may vary by country. Apple Time Machine requires reformatting.
**** As used for storage capacity, 1 GB = one billion bytes and 1 TB = one trillion bytes. The actual capacity of the user may be less depending on the operating environment.
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