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Western Digital announces Xbox expandable storage cards, starting at $79.99


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 6 months ago '09        #19
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Western Digital announces Xbox expandable storage cards, starting at $79.99
 

 
A second Xbox Series S / X expandable storage manufacturer should hopefully push prices down.
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Western Digital is offering some much-needed competition in the Xbox expandable storage card market today. Western Digital is now offering its own 512GB and 1TB expansion cards for Xbox Series S / X consoles. It’s the first time we’ve seen Xbox expandable storage that’s not manufactured by Seagate, and Western Digital’s own cards are priced at $79.99 for the 512GB model and $149.99 for the 1TB version.
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 6 months ago '21        #18
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Nice. Still not sure why MS went proprietary. But at least other companies can make them so that helps keep prices in check.
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 6 months ago '09        #17
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 Waddup Doe said 🔗
Nice. Still not sure why MS went proprietary. But at least other companies can make them so that helps keep prices in check.
Definitely wasn’t a great decision.They probably was thinking nobody wanted to take the system apart to do that, but fu#k that $300 for 2TB sh1t.
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 6 months ago '21        #16
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 Naga Sadow said 🔗
They went proprietary so that the SSD would have a longer use life and for the ease of use.
That honestly makes no sense. Make it so multiple companies can make it and keep prices lower. And how does it being proprietary make the ssd list longer?
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 6 months ago '05        #15
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Still too expensive I just bought a 2TB 7500 read speed for ~$140 for ps5 and you’re barely getting 1TB for that price, guess I’ll keep rocking this hard disk drive on my Xbox series S swapping games back and fourth but also fu#k seafate I hope nobody buys their sh1t
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 6 months ago '17        #14
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 Naga Sadow said 🔗
They went proprietary so that the SSD would have a longer use life and for the ease of use.
I know you typed this thinking people was gonna lie and say u spitting facts
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 6 months ago '17        #13
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 Waddup Doe said 🔗
Ok I'm with you on that part. But why not open it up for everyone to make instead of allowing one company at first to have it. I'm just confused by MSs thinking on this one
Shared manufacturing costs, paid licensing contract, constellations are in alignment. Who knows.

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