Seagate 2TB Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X and Series S
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- 2TB storage enables easy expansion of Xbox Series X capacity to save more games thereby allowing you to play directly from it anytime
- Works with Xbox Velocity Architecture and assures super-fast load times for a seamless gaming experience
- Quick resume feature enables easy swapping between various titles and lets you recommence the game without any problem
- Guarantees a peak-level performance when you play from the expansion card which is the same as from console's internal SSD
- Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S
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Of the 267 reviewers who responded, 256 would recommend this product.
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- More Storage...Faster Write Speeds- December 15, 2021
The 2TB Seagate SSD Expansion Card has slightly faster write speeds than my 1TB one. A little over 6 Gbps verses 3.6 Gbps. Transferred 175 GB of games in two minutes.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Too many people complaining about a normal price- January 3, 2022
Bought this for my series X since I was lacking heavily in the storage department. Yes you are absolutely correct, it is extremely expensive for storage nowadays. But being a PC game this is not new for me. Most people will be freaking out about the prices, but for a 2tb drive at $400…. That actually is cheaper than most 2tb nvme drives for PC. Even look at the Ps5’s storage solution. Sony is using gen 4 nvme drives from PC’s. For my ps5 it costed me $500 to get a 2tb with a heatsink. So actually it’s cheaper than what they could have charged people. Unfortunately most console gamers and consumers are behind on what good quality pc components actually cost in the real world so they are just going to nab about how expensive it is. Either way, totally recommend the expansion drive, more than enough space now on my Xbox, plug and play super easy to install and use.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Lots of space- February 19, 2022
1.8tb is what you end up with once you plug it in. People who complain must have never bought a usb card ever. Other then that i wish they had a 4tb card. A plus is when downloading games im gett 600mbs so installs are fast. Only happens when you have fast wrights speed to the drive. I posted a photo of the speedYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Worth it- December 10, 2021
I’ve had the 1TB card for nearly a year now and it works seamlessly with the Series S/X. Worth the money if you play more than a handful of games and like Quick Resume. My only complaint was being limited to 1TB. Finally, there’s a 2TB option! If only there were 2 expansion ports…lolYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Expensive... Yes! Worth it... I think so- December 1, 2021
Yes, the price is up there but compared to the 1tb @ $219ea, its cheaper for double the space *note: there is only 1 slot for expansion on the Series X/S. More expansion is a good thing. Plus the expansion packs from Seagate were built with all the speed and performance of the internal SSD so it works seamlessly. Ive been using the 1tb version since launch and have been pleased with its performance. Game downloads can be sizable and if you're a GamePass subscriber, youll see sooner than later how quickly space can be used up. The extra space is welcomed and i for one am happy to see that more space is finally available.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.