Seagate Offers 50+ Games Space For Your Xbox One

Seagate has announced a new HD that will add space for over 50+ games to the Xbox One. The new external HD looks to be ideal for those gamers who cannot stand having to delete games from their system.

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t-hall785864d ago

Not bad for the price. Just get rid of the ugly green and make it black.

Garethvk864d ago

They would say flip it over. Or paint it, or stickers.

kneon863d ago (Edited 863d ago )

Or just buy a WD passport and get your choice of color.

And the new Ultra goes to 3TB, so even more room.

xDHAV0K24x863d ago

ugly green??? homage to the OG xD

t-hall785863d ago

The OG was predominantly black too...
my slim and my one are black so i'm just bein a little selfish

ABizzel1863d ago

That's awful for the price.

2TB externals have been going for $75 - $80 all the time and have sales for around $60, you're paying an overhead for a green plate with Xbox on it.

n4rc863d ago

Mentioned this in another article..

I paid like $90 CDN for a 2tb drive.. And its a 7200rpm drive.. I've noticed many like to play the usb-powered angle as a benefit when its only ensuring a slower 5400rpm drive..

Such as life tho I guess.. Companies pray on those that don't research their purchases

optimus864d ago

I like that it works with the 360 as well...seeing as how you can find similar drives for about the same price or less, the only thing off putting would be the color at this point.

n4rc861d ago

itll be 5400 id bet.. its a usb-powered portable drive.

so a 2.5" laptop drive @ 5400rpm... better off buying a 7200rpm desktop drive (3.5")

lemoncake863d ago

Ewww Seagate, no thanks.

Ciporta1980863d ago

Do not buy Seagate they are known as by far the most unreliable HDD maker out there.

Razputin863d ago

I wouldn't say that.

I think they are the smartest out there as they've gotten their failure rate to the T.

Most of their warranties are 1-2 years, and it is at that beautiful time zone that their hard drives seem to fail.

So, they are the most reliable HDD manufacturer as you know that the drive will likely fail after that warranty period.

But honestly what HDD maker hasn't gone downhill since that tsunami a few years back.

WD is slightly the better, but even they have higher failure rates than Seagate. HGST and Toshiba drives seem to be the better performers, but least adopted.

t-hall785863d ago

I've had a wd 3 tb for about 8 years now. still works like a charm. i can only go with what i know till they do me wrong

Razputin863d ago

I've had a 1TB Seagate that has been abused with reformat and fill ups.

And I have a 640GB My Book WD external. They are both fully functional. But they are 5+ years old.

I'm talking about what has been released in the past few years. Quality control has gone down.

xDHAV0K24x863d ago

2 yrs w/ my 5TB. no complaints!!

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