Officially licensed by Sony, Seagate's PS4 Game Drive is designed to boost storage space and offer game portability.
Overpriced. a Non - licensed HDD is the same price but double the capacity (4TB)
I paid $90 for my western digital 4tb and its great.
by the time PS5 comes out we could probably get 8TB for $100.
Save your money... https://www.gamesradar.com/...
Gee, thanks for the link, but those hard-drives there are external, so I'll probably use it to buy one to store my 4K movies to run them on my PS4 Pro Media Player... sucks that I need to find free software that will convert all those HEVC/MKV vids in H.264/MP4 ones, as the PS4 Pro Media Player won't play them otherwise. But thanks anyway.
Uuum I’ve had this exact one for my PS4 pro for over a year. And I only paid $80CDN on a sale then. So I’m not sure what this article is referring to. I know it was about a year give or take a few weeks because I got it around the time I moved. I have the same one but the Xbox version for my 1X I got a couple weeks after that. I don’t remember what I paid for that one not on sale but it sure as hell wasnt $119.99CDN. I’m confused by this article lol
My Western Digital 2TB external is almost full, only have about 50GBs left. On Black Friday I bought a WD 4TB for $80 at BestBuy online. QUESTION: Is there a way for me to transfer all my installs from the 2TB to the 4TB, say if I plug them into a laptop computer? Thank you in advance for answering. *This is for the PlayStation4 if that's any help.
Lost me at Seagate. Sorry but their drives SUCK,
Anyone with a PS4 or Xbox One should not buy these "official" hard drives, they're no better than the cheaper models from Seagate, HGST, Western Digital, etc.
After my recent experience of a power outage and having to completely reformat my external HDD (the PlayStation couldn't repair it this time) and losing 800+ GB of installs, I'm done with using an external drive.
Western Digital is better you can get a small external and usb that plugs into the console without using a power pack.
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