If you're looking for pure storage for the dollar, SSDs have nothing on good old hard disks, and WD subsidiary HGST has packed more gigabytes into a smaller space then ever before with the new Travelstar 5K1500. It's a 2.5-inch, 9.5mm...Show More Summary
Seagate today announced the new Seagate Video 3.5 HDD— the industry’s first 4TB, 3.5-inch hard disk drive (HDD) engineered specifically for use in video applications such as digital video recorders (DVRs), set-top boxes (STBs), and surveillance systems. Purpose-built for video ….
Ben Kuchera: The Xbox One is a console that’s likely to kill our idea of what a physical game purchase means. According to a story published on Wired, each game will be installed to your hard drive, and you can then play without the disc in the drive. Show More Summary
Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One’s hard drive cannot be replaced by users, but the system will support external storage via USB 3.0.
Thanks to Xbox One's built-in hard drive and focus on live TV and media, it seems like it should have DVR capabilities. In fact, it will offer "game DVR" and let you share gameplay moments via the cloud. However, it will not offer any built-in TV DVR capabilities, a Microsoft spokesperson told us. Show More Summary
Chris Brown has yet another legal problem to deal with, after crashing his car in Burbank.The accident happened an hour or so ago... The photog tells us Chris was driving his Range Rover with his GF du jour Karreuche Tran, when he rear ended a…
Engadget spoke with Albert Penello, senior director of product planning at Microsoft, where he confirmed that the 500GB hard drives included with Xbox One console won't be replaceable, and are "non-user-serviceable." On the bright side, you can totally use external storage devices with the Xbox One. Show More Summary
Microsoft senior director of product planning Albert Penello confirmed with Engadget that the upcoming Xbox One console will ship with 500GB of non-removable, non-replaceable integrated storage. He assures, however, that alternativeShow More Summary
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If you've ever spent more than 30 seconds thinking about it, you probably already assume that Google sort of acts as an external hard drive for your own gray matter. But does that mean we're getting dumber? Or just that we're thinking smarter, not harder?
We had the opportunity to chat with Albert Penello, senior director of product planning at Microsoft this afternoon, who was kind enough to clarify a few topics for us regarding the recently-unveiled Xbox One. One thing we were quick to ask about was the integrated storage. Show More Summary
Since last year, we have seen the launch of many new SSDs, bringing higher performance at lower prices. The vast majority of SSDs are not below below $1/GB, with two even below $0.70/GB! Hard drives prices have been slowly but surely dropping too and haven't been this low in a long time.
Info on Microsoft's 'Meet Xbox One' page reveals the newly unveiled console allows you to play 'immediately as games install.' The Xbox One can install games to the console's 500GB hard drive, and according to one report may require games to be installed. Show More Summary
Today, Microsoft unveiled its brand new video game console dubbed the Xbox One. With a powerful 8-core CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 500 GB hard drive, this new Xbox is a beast. Unlike Sony, Microsoft had no qualms showing off the hardware, so now we know more about the Xbox One than we do the PS4 in some ways. Sadly, there was no mention about used games or always-on demands.
Microsoft explained today at its "New Generation Revealed" event what you'll be getting when you pick up your shiny new Xbox One. On offer are USB 3.0 support, Wi-Fi Direct, a Blu-Ray drive, native 64-bit architecture, HDMI, and a 500 GB hard drive. Show More Summary
Mandatory game installation required for all games; Paywall prevents second install on separate Live account. Microsoft has confirmed that all Xbox One games will require mandatory installation onto the system's hard drive and, to install...Show More Summary
According to Wired, the Xbox One will require game installation to the hard drive, and games will be tied to your Xbox Live account...
The Xbox One may shut the door on the used gaming market, according to a report on Wired. Microsoft's new system will allow - and possibly require - games to be installed to the console's 500GB hard drive, which locks a piece of software to an account, the report states. Show More Summary
The Xbox One will include a Blu-ray drive as well as a 500 GB hard drive, Microsoft's Mark Whitten revealed at today's next-gen Xbox reveal event. The system will feature 8 GB of system memory, USB 3.0 ports, an 8-core CPU and HDMI in/out ports. Microsoft also revealed details on the next-gen Kinect sensor at the event. Show More Summary
Slot-loading Blu-ray drive? Check. HDMI in and out? Absolutely. There's 8GB of RAM to go up against the Sony PlayStation 4, USB 3.0 ports, 500GB of hard drive storage, WiFi Direct for communicating with the new controller and other devices,...Show More Summary