Let’s face it, the storage in these consoles have already hit a wall. There’s just so many games that have to either be downloaded or installed that the internal 500GBs just isn’t enough anymore. Unlike it’s Sony competitor, the Xbox One’s internal HDD can not be so easily changed. In fact doing so will void your warranty; so what’s a gamer to do then? The answer is very simple, external storage.
Other World Computing (OWC), a leading zero emissions Mac and PC technology company, announced today the availability of the OWC Upgrade Kit for Xbox One. Available in three models, the kits provide up to four times as much storage space as the factory-supplied console, and the hybrid performance kit significantly reduces load times by up to 39%. With this easy, plug-and-play external storage solution, owners of the Xbox One can now upgrade their storage capacity without opening their console.
It’s no surprise that games on the next-generation of consoles are bigger. Ranging from 10 to 50GB, this can eat up a lot of space, and after a year since the PlayStation 4’s release, might be just about gone. Other World Computing has an all-in-one solution that will give you more space, all the tools you need, instructions on how to do, and a small increase in performance. It’s the do-it-yourself drive upgrade bundle. It comes in many flavors: 1.0TB SSD, 1.0TB, 1.5TB, and 2.0TB.
Other World Computing, a leading zero emissions Mac upgrade and storage technology company, announced an update to the Hard Drive Upgrade Kit for PlayStation 4. Now users can play, store, and do more with this massive 2.0TB drive upgrade for PS4 that’s a whopping 4x larger than the stock drive. It’s the perfect upgrade for loading more games without having to remove any data.