Seagate Expansion 4Tb Xbox/PlayStation/PC - £90 @ Amazon
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Seagate Expansion 4Tb Xbox/PlayStation/PC - £90 @ Amazon

£90£116.4223%Amazon Deals
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Found 7th May
Works with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 to deliver fast transfer speeds and universal compatibility, whether you're connecting it to a brand new computer, or one that's a few years old.

With no software to install, you'll find installation has never been easier. Just plug it in and go.

or expand your games library on Xbox One or PlayStation 4

The Seagate expansion portable drive is compact and perfect for taking with you on the go. Add more storage space to your computer instantly and take large files with you when you travel.

Setup is straightforward, simply connect a single USB cable and you are ready to go. The drive is powered from the USB cable, so there is no need for an external power supply. Plus, it is automatically recognised by your Windows operating system, so there is no software to install and nothing to configure. Saving files is easy - simply drag and drop.

Take advantage of the fast data transfer speeds by connecting to a USB 3.0 port. USB 3.0 is backward compatible with USB 2.0 for additional system compatibility.
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Got this in the middle of January when it was £95 for only £7.50 (thank you Xmas gift vouchers!). Been using it on my Xbox and it’s worked fine for me. Heat from me!
Only downside is that it's not 7200rpm drive.
I had this Hdd and whilst it was great for the added space I ended up swapping it for the internal 4tb and the loading times are so much better!
VelocityEvo13 h, 40 m ago

Only downside is that it's not 7200rpm drive.



Feel free to post a deal for a 4TB USB3 2.5” hard drive that runs at 7200rpm.

Good luck. (There aren’t any).
Is it as easy at says? Just plug it into my usb on my ps4 and then how do i move all my games off my ps4 onto this please anybody?
I just can't believe how expensive HDD prices have risen. Seems expensive to me, so not voting either way.
Mandown57 m ago

I just can't believe how expensive HDD prices have risen. Seems expensive …I just can't believe how expensive HDD prices have risen. Seems expensive to me, so not voting either way.


Not sure if serious.

this is the cheapest price this has ever been.
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Edited by: "TheMagnificentSpoon" 8th May
TheMagnificentSpoon1 h, 57 m ago

Feel free to post a deal for a 4TB USB3 2.5” hard drive that runs at 7 …Feel free to post a deal for a 4TB USB3 2.5” hard drive that runs at 7200rpm. Good luck. (There aren’t any).


I didn't say there were...I'd rather go for a lower capacity drive at 7200rpm though...
stevo61058th May

Is it as easy at says? Just plug it into my usb on my ps4 and then how do …Is it as easy at says? Just plug it into my usb on my ps4 and then how do i move all my games off my ps4 onto this please anybody?



Yes mate, its super easy. I got one of these recently for my PS4 Pro. As soon as you plug it in, you will get the option to format it to use specifically as extended storage for your PS4 (NOTE: this also means you cannot use it for anything else, unless you re-format it but you will lose everything on it if you do that).

Once that's done, you have some new options such as installing games by default on the extended storage from now on, or keep installation hdd for the internal.

You can move games back and forth from the internal and extended storage whenever you wish. You just go into the storage section of the PS4 menu, and you will see 2 storage locations (internal and external), and then you just go into the one you wish to move games from, then you select the game you want to move, select the destination hdd and the PS4 will get to work on transferring them (you can select multiple games if you want to move a bulk of games into the external). As mentioned above, you can also do the reverse so if you ever want to move a game back onto the internal, you just do the reverse as these instructions. Voila!

Also note that you can play games directly off the external and benefit from faster load times, but you obviously must keep it plugged into the PS4 while you're playing.
Edited by: "TheAmazingNoob" 8th May
TheAmazingNoob19 m ago

Yes mate, its super easy. I got one of these recently for my PS4 Pro. As …Yes mate, its super easy. I got one of these recently for my PS4 Pro. As soon as you plug it in, you will get the option to format it to use specifically as extended storage for your PS4 (NOTE: this also means you cannot use it for anything else, unless you re-format it but you will lose everything on it if you do that). Once that's done, you have some new options such as installing games by default on the extended storage from now on, or keep installation hdd for the internal.You can move games back and forth from the internal and extended storage whenever you wish. You just go into the storage section of the PS4 menu, and you will see 2 storage locations (internal and external), and then you just go into the one you wish to move games from, then you select the game you want to move, select the destination hdd and the PS4 will get to work on transferring them (you can select multiple games if you want to move a bulk of games into the external). As mentioned above, you can also do the reverse so if you ever want to move a game back onto the internal, you just do the reverse as these instructions. Voila!Also note that you can play games directly off the external and benefit from faster load times, but you obviously must keep it plugged into the PS4 while you're playing.


Thanks noob

That was the perfect response
Much appreciated
VelocityEvo32 m ago

I didn't say there were...I'd rather go for a lower capacity drive at …I didn't say there were...I'd rather go for a lower capacity drive at 7200rpm though...


Feel free to post a deal for a smaller capacity 7200rpm usb3 portable drive then.

Good Luck though. (There still isn’t really any).
TheMagnificentSpoon5 m ago

Feel free to post a deal for a smaller capacity 7200rpm usb3 portable …Feel free to post a deal for a smaller capacity 7200rpm usb3 portable drive then.Good Luck though. (There still isn’t really any).


I'm not sure what you're getting at here. I don't care if it's still a good deal or not, all I said was the downside of the harddrive was it was 5400rpm. Chill out.
VelocityEvo52 m ago

I'm not sure what you're getting at here. I don't care if it's still a …I'm not sure what you're getting at here. I don't care if it's still a good deal or not, all I said was the downside of the harddrive was it was 5400rpm. Chill out.



What makes you suggest I’m not chill?

im just calmly pointing out that you’re suggesting this isn’t a good deal because it’s not a 7200rpm drive. But there aren’t any equivalent 7200rpm drives so your comments are totally irrelevant.

Your comments are as relevant as me saying “the downside to this drive is that it isn’t an attack helicopter wearing edible underpants”

Chill out.
TheMagnificentSpoon16 m ago

What makes you suggest I’m not chill?im just calmly pointing out that y …What makes you suggest I’m not chill?im just calmly pointing out that you’re suggesting this isn’t a good deal because it’s not a 7200rpm drive. But there aren’t any equivalent 7200rpm drives so your comments are totally irrelevant.Your comments are as relevant as me saying “the downside to this drive is that it isn’t an attack helicopter wearing edible underpants”Chill out.


No, you've just stupidly inferred that I said or thought it was a bad deal when in actuality all I did was point out one small downside (didn't even vote cold, in fact I voted hot) as opposed to smaller hard drivers that can run a little faster and was worth pointing out for anyone that might value the extra speed over capacity. There doesn't need to be an equivalent 7200rpm hard drive for me to point that out. So like I said, either chill out or "calmly" stop bitching, whichever comes first.
VelocityEvo10 m ago

No, you've just stupidly inferred that I said or thought it was a bad deal …No, you've just stupidly inferred that I said or thought it was a bad deal when in actuality all I did was point out one small downside (didn't even vote cold, in fact I voted hot) as opposed to smaller hard drivers that can run a little faster and was worth pointing out for anyone that might value the extra speed over capacity. There doesn't need to be an equivalent 7200rpm hard drive for me to point that out. So like I said, either chill out or "calmly" stop bitching, whichever comes first.



But there aren’t really any smaller, or larger, or same capacity USB3 2.5” hard drives that run at 7200rpm (there used to be a couple of niche 1TB drives, but they were unreliable and expensive so they’ve long been discontinued)

Your comments are still irrelevant. You need to chill out even more than before.

Im not sure why you don’t understand. You say the downside to this product is that it’s not X product, but X product doesn’t exist, therefore the downside to this product doesn’t exist.
Edited by: "TheMagnificentSpoon" 8th May
TheMagnificentSpoon2 m ago

Ahh. I see you’ve accepted you’re wrong.Educating you is neither bitching …Ahh. I see you’ve accepted you’re wrong.Educating you is neither bitching or complaining.


I've made all the points I wanted to make, I'm not going to keep re-iterating them just so you can bitch and moan which you seem to love doing. A quick google search will bring up a 7200rpm 3TB external hard drive for slightly less money.
VelocityEvo17 m ago

I've made all the points I wanted to make, I'm not going to keep …I've made all the points I wanted to make, I'm not going to keep re-iterating them just so you can bitch and moan which you seem to love doing. A quick google search will bring up a 7200rpm 3TB external hard drive for slightly less money.


Post it then...?

There isnt one. You’ll post a 3.5” drive that needs an external power connection.
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