Xbox 360 120gb Hard Drive £69.99 Instore @ Gamestation - HotUKDeals
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Confirmed in Cambridge, Stevenage, Halifax & Chesterfield stores.

Possibly £63 with student discount.

Definately not online - £117.44 and out of stock.

Worth checking your local store for stock if your after one for a good price.
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#1
if its true v hot.
#2
Let's hope it's other stores as well!
#3
Who actually needs 120gb??? Anyway, HOT for me!
#4
I do now you can put games on them so you don't have the sound of a helecopter in you living room from the disc's spinning.
#5
smegio
I do now you can put games on them so you don't have the sound of a helecopter in you living room from the disc's spinning.


Too true, the sound is a lot less after you've installed your games to the harddrive. I got one of these from Comet for £59.99, but for £10.01 more you can't really go wrong. Voted hot.
#6
Indeed mine is full of installed games!

Microshaft rip you off with all 360 hard drives but this is alot cheaper than RRP.
#7
does this come with a lead to transfer data from your 20gig to this new 120gig hdd ???

yeah this is so expensive for a 120gig hdd in general, you can get 750gig external usb hdd for £64.86 inc vat.

but this is a good price for the xbox 360 120 gig HDD, they really should be cheaper though.
#8
Of course.
#9
Godzooky 1973
does this come with a lead to transfer data from your 20gig to this new 120gig hdd ???


If it doesnt..you can get one free from Msoft anyway.
#10
I have recently bought a 20gig hard drive for my son for christmas, will the 20gig be enough for him or will he need a bigger drive?
At the moment he is using a 256 or 512mb card and cannot play some of his games due to needing a hard drive....that is why I got him the 20gig.
#11
grayfray
I have recently bought a 20gig hard drive for my son for christmas, will the 20gig be enough for him or will he need a bigger drive?
At the moment he is using a 256 or 512mb card and cannot play some of his games due to needing a hard drive....that is why I got him the 20gig.


unless your son downloads tons of demos and videos (trailers)..and then full movies from the marketplace..then space may be a problem.

If its just for the odd demo and video with game saves, you will be fine :)

120gb is only for people who install tons of games to the hdd (pointless imo can cause your xbox to brick), downloads tons of demos and videos with marketplace videos then its good
#12
grayfray;3674401
I have recently bought a 20gig hard drive for my son for christmas, will the 20gig be enough for him or will he need a bigger drive?
At the moment he is using a 256 or 512mb card and cannot play some of his games due to needing a hard drive....that is why I got him the 20gig.


On a 20GB you have around 13GB usable space. Demos run in usually around 1GB each (some more some less). Downloadable content can run even more so it is pretty easy to fill a 20GB. Without any other content you can fit 2x games onto the HDD.

I disagree with the point of view that installing games to the HDD is pointless and I've seen no credible information suggesting a link to bricking the 360 when you install games. In fact load times are decreased slightly and the wear on the dvd drive (a major potential fault with time in a lot of 360s) is ofcourse significantly reduced.

After saying all that I'm sticking to the 20GB for now and just putting a couple of games at a time on there as I don't tend to play anymore than a few games at a time, and the fact I think the hdd's are still over-priced.
#13
SpencerUk
If it doesnt..you can get one free from Msoft anyway.


It does :)
banned#14
saw one in the cabinet at my local blockbuster/gamestation a few months back, wish i'd had a 360 then, i would have bought the ******.
#15
grayfray
I have recently bought a 20gig hard drive for my son for christmas, will the 20gig be enough for him or will he need a bigger drive?
At the moment he is using a 256 or 512mb card and cannot play some of his games due to needing a hard drive....that is why I got him the 20gig.


If you bought one in a shop then you most likely got ripped off I'm afraid. Microsoft are selling 20GB fHDDs for cheap, don't know the price. If you don't want to get a 120GB the 60GB starter kit may be worth getting as it includes a headset, 3 months gold, ethernet cable and 60GB HDD of course. Sure there was a deal on here somewhere to get one for £40-£50 although it may have expired.

If you want to stick with a 20GB which should just about be enough depending on what you son does look here: http://www.xboxstorageupgrade.com/hh/web/home/hhauthentication.jsp;jsessionid=76FFA593BF7E7BF21ACBFA1B36C49815?ssLocale=en_GB
#16
I can confirm that the 120GB hard drive was £69.99 in the Halifax store when I picked up my fallout 3 collectors edition.
#17
Godzooky 1973
does this come with a lead to transfer data from your 20gig to this new 120gig hdd ???

yeah this is so expensive for a 120gig hdd in general, you can get 750gig external usb hdd for £64.86 inc vat.

but this is a good price for the xbox 360 120 gig HDD, they really should be cheaper though.

They're not the same types of hard drive at all, 2.5" SATA hard drives go for about £40 - £50 for the 120GB versions, what you're talking about is a 3.5" hard drive, they're huge and require a separate power supply to run, not even close to a fair comparison.
#18
im off to have a look - voted hot
#19
SpencerUk
If it doesnt..you can get one free from Msoft anyway.


it does come with a Transfer cable - but Microsoft will not send you a cable for free - eg. if you bought the 60GB console or starter pack, you will not get a transfer cable.
#20
Why not just DIY you can get the WD 120GB for about £35.. and fit it in fair enough you have to transfer the data via pc and ur invalidate the microsoft HDD warranty but if it did die microsft would prob just give you a new one anyway
#21
K1LLER HORNET
it does come with a Transfer cable - but Microsoft will not send you a cable for free - eg. if you bought the 60GB console or starter pack, you will not get a transfer cable.


I called them last week when I bought a 60gb by way of an upgrade, quoted them the serial number, they saw it wasnt already registered, registered it to me, saw I had previously registered a 20gb xbox 360 and immediately agreed to send the cable and disc.

If its a second hand hard drive (and I saw these 120gb in Bracknell and it was pre-owned - new was £99) and registered already then probably they wont!
#22
think you could get comet or somewhere to pricematch +10% or something?
banned#23
I know 120GB seems like a lot of space for save games and videos you watch once, but I will remind you of the new "Install to Hard-Drive Feature" that came in the newest update. Makes games load a lot faster and less prone to disc read errors. Hot.
#24
Regarding my 20gig question, thank you for your replies and advice.
banned#25
Ellis108
Who actually needs 120gb??? Anyway, HOT for me!


is this a joke?
#26
comfirmed in chesterfield but they have ran out....... :(
#27
Ugh, I just paid £90 for this a couple of weeks ago. Good deal, I guess, but it's still bloody expensive for what it is.
#28
voted hot+rep, got the last one in Stevenage earlier today
#29
Ridiculous price for 120GB of storage.
#30
zetsurin
Ridiculous price for 120GB of storage.


In general HDD terms - yes.

In 360 terms - bargain.
#31
If anyone is interested I am selling an elite console, 3 months old with two wireless controllers, obviously includes a 120gb hdd for £150. You may see it better to buy the whole console with an extra controller than just a hdd considering it isnt much more. http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=3681628#post3681628
Thanks
#32
harmzz
Why not just DIY you can get the WD 120GB for about £35.. and fit it in fair enough you have to transfer the data via pc and ur invalidate the microsoft HDD warranty but if it did die microsft would prob just give you a new one anyway


Well I myself considered this, and to be honest, you don't save any money over this deal.

Firstly, you need a Shell, assuming that you have an old premium 20GB hard disk, you open this to find a rather uselessly redundant by todays SATA standards 20GB hard disk, with little or no resale value.

Then you have to buy a 120GB hard disk of a specific Western Digital model due to the hacker not wanting to take any more time making software to flash other makes of hard drive "think" they are a Fujitsu which is what Microsoft themselves use.

Then you need a specific Xbox.bin file that can be hunted down on the internet, because most people use this rather than having a spare 120GB hard disk to extract one themselves, there are a lot of same coding going around. I can't see Microsoft doing a check or ban, but there is always that element of risk....so......

£40 for a 120GB Western Digital Hard Disk (cant find them cheaper as since this hack they have put up the price due to demand!)

Then the hassle of doing it yourself, and invalidating your warranty...or you can do what I did...

Trade in your 20gb into Gamestation for a very reasonable £30 and be left with £40 to pay....the same price as actually buying a 120GB hard disk, with a years warranty, and no risk no matter how slight.

Then sell the transfer cable kit on Ebay to recoup more money (and probably fetch more money than you would having dissected a 20GB hard disk from your original and trying to sell that on)
#33
Heat and rep added to this, thanks for the heads up to the OP.

Was a little awkward tracking one down, not many Gamestations seem to have them in stock, found one fairly local in West Bromwich, looked like they had a few, they reserved one for me. I did ask in Merry Hill, Dudley yesterday (who were out of stock) and was told this price is a promotion for this week before price increases again. So worth anyone ringing any local stores (use the store locator from the website for numbers)

Fantastic deal and for the increasing numbers of doubting thomases on here......

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Very much worth your while trading in your old 360 20GB drives as well as £30 exchange credit is extrememly reasonable.
#34
Also managed to get hold of one today at my local store, they were priced up as £99.99 and I asked them to check the price, and it came up as £69.99. so they obviously didnt know anything about that deal! Thanks to OP Great deal!
#35
Glad this was nationwide enjoy guys!
#36
I grabbed one of 2 left on the shelf,queued for 30 mins to be told they had all ben sold!:x
#37
If you were to trade in your 20gb, how would you transfer all ur data over?
#38
As mentioned earlier think the lead comes with it in box.
#39
jamie cottage
As mentioned earlier think the lead comes with it in box.


I mean, do you have to give them your 20gb at the same time as picking up the 120gb?
1 Like #40
!TIMMY!;3697593
I mean, do you have to give them your 20gb at the same time as picking up the 120gb?



Fortunately for me I had one already as I have requested one from Microsoft before now. However, if it is only game save files and your user accounts you need to transfer over then a memory card would suffice. If you havent got one, then you could always buy one and trade it in along with the 20gb hard disk when you buy the 120gb, or if you are friendly with the guys at Gamestation, ask them if they could transfer the data over for you off the 20gb when you go to trade it in, they would only have to connect it up to a 360 console they have running in the back for you, and then you could go back an hour later to collect your drive.

Really wished microsoft had the forethought to allocate a file server to temporarily upload over xbox live your profile and game save data for this purpose rather than be lumbered with having to have a lead to transfer everything over, or a memory stick.

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