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    Microsoft takes a fresh approach to storage with its Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, with speedy solid-state drives (SSDs) among the key upgrades between generations. That sees new games designed for Xbox Series X|S consoles mandate fast read and write speeds, causing complications in storage expansion. While USB external hard drives work with backward-compatible games, all titles designed with Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S considerations need that SSD storage to function.
    That saw Microsoft partner with Seagate in delivering the Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox, a custom 1TB SSD cartridge, matching Microsoft's own internal SSD tech. Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S owners in the UK can now secure this storage card at its lowest price yet, down to £179.99 at Currys.

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    04-08-2021 05:00 AM

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