I have the WD 120gig 2.5" drive. I'm quite happy with it, and I'm impressed that so far it's worked with a single USB connection on any system I've connected it to. I have a couple of other 40gig 2.5" USB drives, and I have to use the dual-headed USB cable to get enough power to spin those up.
Can't remember if I had to format the Passport drive I have, I believe not.
I have the 40 GB WD passport drive.
It proved very useful for saving nearly 30 + GB of data I was going to loose when my computer went back during an employer, but not job change. I still sit at the same desk doing the same job just different name on my payslip.
Many people thought the thing in my shirt pocket was some different form of IPOD, I didn't of course tell them. The double USB lead was locked away in my briedcase.
I'd have like to have used one of several larger USB hard drives I have, which would have been noticed but could not afford professionally to loose many years and GB of data
Most people though the passport drive was just an IPOD being charged. I didn't of course tell them.
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