The stock Xbox One claims 500GB of storage, but in reality it only has 364.8GB of usable space. Each Blu-ray disc game you play has to be completely installed on the internal hard drive in order to play it – these games run between 20GB and 40GB on average! Additionally with Xbox One Backwards Compatibility and the plethora of Xbox Live Games with Gold pouring in each month, that storage is probably getting a bit thin right about now.

Microsoft has made it very clear it voids your warranty to open the Xbox and tinker with the internal hard drive. So how can you get more gaming storage with minimal effort (and without voiding the warranty)? DIGISTOR has a series of gaming hard drives that are fully compatible with Xbox One! How much storage can you add? Up to 2TB, which is four times the advertised capacity of the stock 500GB system.

The drives are small, whisper quiet, and don’t need to be plugged into the wall. Simply plug in the USB 3.0 drive into the back or side of your Xbox One and you can set the DIGISTOR drive as the new default location to install all your games, saves, and profile content if desired. Another benefit of storing your games on a small pocket sized USB 3.0 drive is you can grab your DIGISTOR HDD and bring all the pre-installed game content to your friends house and play on their console without needing to download the content again, or re-install from the disc (although you will need to bring the disc as well for security purposes).

Take a look at our gaming hard drives section of our website and grab one for yourself before you are alerted you’re out of space!

Source: DIGISTOR Gaming Hard Drives


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