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1TB Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S SSD @Newegg $187

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Whelp here we go... people who don't pay attention to gen 4 prices for m.2 being $180++ will be incoming to comment about how overpriced this is because they are comparing to gen 3 prices
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Whelp here we go... people who don't pay attention to gen 4 prices for m.2 being $180++ will be incoming to comment about how overpriced this is because they are comparing to gen 3 prices
I get that but these have to come down or double 2TB for same price. Ima just continue using ssd & transfer x/s on principle until they do. laugh out loud
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I'll take these with a higher price anyday over the mess with adding storage to a ps5. Even if it meets all of Sony requirements it's still not guaranteed to work. And I own a ps5 as well...not just a Xbox fan boy
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I'll take these with a higher price anyday over the mess with adding storage to a ps5. Even if it meets all of Sony requirements it's still not guaranteed to work. And I own a ps5 as well...not just a Xbox fan boy
I also own both and dread the thought of having to install one on my ps5. And I build PCs so I'm not stranger to assembling electronics. I just don't want the hassle of having to wrangle my ps5 out the entertainment center and then take it apart. Now matter how few steps it is. It's more of a pain then just plugging into the back of the console
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I also own both and dread the thought of having to install one on my ps5. And I build PCs so I'm not stranger to assembling electronics. I just don't want the hassle of having to wrangle my ps5 out the entertainment center and then take it apart. Now matter how few steps it is. It's more of a pain then just plugging into the back of the console
Agreed...while these may be more expensive the ease of plug & play is well worth it vs taking the shell off installing hoping you have a compatible one, making sure you have the correct sized one, if you didn't get one with a heat sink, installing that...
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Sold out
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Quote from HermanMunchther :
Whelp here we go... people who don't pay attention to gen 4 prices for m.2 being $180++ will be incoming to comment about how overpriced this is because they are comparing to gen 3 prices
The problem isn't now, the problem is going to be next year when those prices are cut in half and this is still 180+, but you are right, for now this is a good deal.
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The problem isn't now, the problem is going to be next year when those prices are cut in half and this is still 180+, but you are right, for now this is a good deal.
I think the prices on these will keep falling. They've come down from $220 just since November launch. I have a series X and an S so it will be nice to just move it back and forth depending on which room I'm in. But I don't need this yet so I'm hoping it will be around $150 by the time I do.
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Agreed...while these may be more expensive the ease of plug & play is well worth it vs taking the shell off installing hoping you have a compatible one, making sure you have the correct sized one, if you didn't get one with a heat sink, installing that...
I agree with this, however within a few weeks I'm sure there will be tons of posts online as to which specific models have worked.
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The problem isn't now, the problem is going to be next year when those prices are cut in half and this is still 180+, but you are right, for now this is a good deal.
Oh so every other memory will come down in price but not this one or other models that might come up soon? Got it...
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I get that but these have to come down or double 2TB for same price. Ima just continue using ssd & transfer x/s on principle until they do. laugh out loud
I assume I am doing the same thing you are.

I have a 1tb M.2 in a tiny enclosure double sided taped to the back of my XSX. All X|S enhanced games that I am playing live on internal storage, everything else either runs on or is stored on the external.
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I assume I am doing the same thing you are.

I have a 1tb M.2 in a tiny enclosure double sided taped to the back of my XSX. All X|S enhanced games that I am playing live on internal storage, everything else either runs on or is stored on the external.
Yup, similar. I have a 4TB sndk ssd in a USB c enclosure. Only 120GB x/s space left internal, eeek.
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