The story of Sony’s current console isn’t quite finished yet, as evidenced by reports that a new SKU has been made available to North American consumers. According to Engadget, a 12 gigabyte flash-based unit that was previously exclusive to the Europe and Hong Kong markets has now landed on American shores. Although this release demonstrates the continued consumer interest in Sony’s product, storage concerns relating to this particular SKU abound. Because the system can only hold 12 gigabytes of data, there will not be much room for numerous media files. This is of particular concern for users who own high-definition videos, which can easily take up that much space in no time.
External storage solutions offers media flexibility
Current Sony customers who are interested in this new product but do not want to lose access to their stored system data, including game saves, music files and movies, will need to find an alternate solution to their storage concerns. DIGISTOR’s PlayStation 3 external hard drive allows gamers to quickly, easily and safely transfer or copy saved content to a backup device. This way, consumers can alleviate potential hard drive and flash memory issues before they develop. Some content, including images, audio files and videos, can be launched straight from the hard drive’s disk, meaning the meager storage capacity of Sony’s latest SKU won’t be an issue for DIGISTOR users.
Investing in DIGISTOR’s portable external hard drive for PS3 allows gamers to have a greater degree of flexibility regarding how they access their media files and game saves. For example, PlayStation 3 users may want to pick up where they had left off in a game on a friend’s system. Under normal circumstances, their game saves would be siloed on an individual system, but using DIGISTOR’s portable PlayStation 3 hard drive, gamers can taker their files on the go. This way, they can jump right back into a game from any compatible system and share the gaming experience with friends and family.