Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X

karmakid

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Signed up, pretty epic that it’ll have a three year warranty...the Series Dos X will probably be out by then ;)

here’s hoping that other third party manufactures make compatible SSD cards
 
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Ooff....that is rough.
If the console is $500 that storage is roughly ~44% the price of the console.

Right, it is really a hidden console price increase. It was last gen too. Sure the consoles come in at a decent price, but you end up having to buy extra storage almost right away, at least for hardcore gamers.
 

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Ooff....that is rough.
If the console is $500 that storage is roughly ~44% the price of the console.
Your almost there to buy an XBOX series S for that.

That's got to be a place holder. Seagate won't dare to sell it at that price. I love their products and they always been good prices.
 

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I would only pay that if it was at least 2 TB in storage size. If that is actually the price then you can forget it - nobody will buy that thing and eventually the price will come down.
Plenty of idio...i mean people will pay it.
 

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Can't you just buy an external SSD (which aren't pricey anymore) and just use USB3.x? I have that setup on my PC (since the internal is still an old drive) and it flies. It may not be perfectly optimal, but SSD speeds are still a huge improvement.
 

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As a hardcore gamer, I need lots of space. By "hardcore gamer", I mean that I subscribe to subscription services and buy a ton of games I have no time to play, but I like knowing they are installed. 😉
 

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Can't you just buy an external SSD (which aren't pricey anymore) and just use USB3.x? I have that setup on my PC (since the internal is still an old drive) and it flies. It may not be perfectly optimal, but SSD speeds are still a huge improvement.
you can, they said you can do that
 

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Can't you just buy an external SSD (which aren't pricey anymore) and just use USB3.x? I have that setup on my PC (since the internal is still an old drive) and it flies. It may not be perfectly optimal, but SSD speeds are still a huge improvement.

I believe you can but you have to move the game to onto the specific Series X SSD drive whe. You want to play it.