A smaller sized, more cost-effective 512GB expansion SSD for Xbox Series X/S has popped up online, prior to an formal announcement.
The Seagate-built storage expansion card is about 50 percent the sizing of the present 1TB card, and has now popped up at both French and US vendors (many thanks, Windows Central).
Without having an formal announcement there’s no figuring out accurately how considerably the 512GB product will price, even though we hope a little something all around 50 percent of the 1TB model’s £220 RRP.
Promotional supplies also demonstrate a USB-primarily based SSD storage choice, which would be utilised for transfering online games back and forth off to your main SSD options. (You are unable to run Xbox Sequence X/S online games from a USB storage device, but shuttling them again and forth is a good deal a lot easier than redownloading them.)
Now, the Seagate 1TB SSD card is the only size offered to broaden your Xbox Sequence X/S area. (The Xbox Series X has 1TB of created-in SSD memory, whilst the Series S has 512GB.) Like an previous-university memory card, it simply just wedges into your console’s memory expansion slot.
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