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Seagate STEA4000407 4 TB Game Drive: Xbox Game Pass Special Edition USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive - £99.99 @ Amazon
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Seagate STEA4000407 4 TB Game Drive: Xbox Game Pass Special Edition USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive - £99.99 @ Amazon

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Nothing says Game Over for the Xbox One experience like an overloaded hard drive. Boost your console’s storage capacity with the Seagate Game Drive for Xbox, the only external drive designed exclusively for Xbox. In a portable drive that fits in your pocket, you can store your current game collection and downloadable content with tons of space left over for your next most anticipated games. With up to 4 TB of additional storage for your Xbox One, you can save the world or even the galaxy and all the games that are worth keeping. Free up space on your console’s internal drive while consolidating 100+ Xbox One games into a single location. Game Drive for Xbox connects to any USB port on your console, and Plug-and-play functionality gives you instant power up. Your Xbox One automatically detects your drive and walks you through a hassle-free setup process that will have your drive game-ready in moments. Unplug the Seagate Game Drive and take your entire game library to a friend’s house. It’s small enough to slip into your backpack and doesn’t need a separate power cord, so you can play your games but eat their snacks. System requirements: Xbox One, Xbox One S (2TB Game Drive is also compatible with Xbox 360) Box Contains 1 x Seagate Game Drive for Xbox portable external hard drive 1 x 46 cm (18 inch) USB cable 1 x Quick start guide. It is compatible with XBOX ONE X Project Scorpio Edition.
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This was £80 a month ago and is usually around £90-95 - sorry not a good deal
Just a note to the above this has been £94.99 for a month and actually gone up in price, source: Keepa
jasonht03/01/2020 09:11

Just a note to the above this has been £94.99 for a month and actually …Just a note to the above this has been £94.99 for a month and actually gone up in price, source: Keepa


it was also £80.99 for a couple of weeks at the end of Nov/start of Dec! Brrrr!
Stealth_Fox03/01/2020 09:17

it was also £80.99 for a couple of weeks at the end of Nov/start of Dec! …it was also £80.99 for a couple of weeks at the end of Nov/start of Dec! Brrrr!


See my first comment, i should have quoted
jasonht03/01/2020 09:18

See my first comment, i should have quoted


my bad, only saw your second one
Stealth_Fox03/01/2020 09:17

it was also £80.99 for a couple of weeks at the end of Nov/start of Dec! …it was also £80.99 for a couple of weeks at the end of Nov/start of Dec! Brrrr!


Do you want me not to post? Things go up and down in prices nothing keeps its price unless it's a Nintendo game lol.
DEAD_MEGATRON03/01/2020 09:29

Do you want me not to post? Things go up and down in prices nothing keeps …Do you want me not to post? Things go up and down in prices nothing keeps its price unless it's a Nintendo game lol.


Oddly enough, I'm a fairly regular purcasher of 4TB portable HDDs (we've got 7 in the house, one for each console- don't ask!), so I tend to know what a reasonable price is- usually £75-£90ish tops.

Miracle Nintendo didn't go proprietary with the storage in the Switch isn't it?
Stealth_Fox03/01/2020 09:32

Oddly enough, I'm a fairly regular purcasher of 4TB portable HDDs (we've …Oddly enough, I'm a fairly regular purcasher of 4TB portable HDDs (we've got 7 in the house, one for each console- don't ask!), so I tend to know what a reasonable price is- usually £75-£90ish tops. Miracle Nintendo didn't go proprietary with the storage in the Switch isn't it?


You must pay a good amount for internet. If not you must have a lot of good single player games. Lol
Stealth_Fox03/01/2020 09:32

Oddly enough, I'm a fairly regular purcasher of 4TB portable HDDs (we've …Oddly enough, I'm a fairly regular purcasher of 4TB portable HDDs (we've got 7 in the house, one for each console- don't ask!), so I tend to know what a reasonable price is- usually £75-£90ish tops. Miracle Nintendo didn't go proprietary with the storage in the Switch isn't it?


39575629-l80cc.jpgI bought mine 1 and half years ago or there about.
DEAD_MEGATRON03/01/2020 09:37

You must pay a good amount for internet. If not you must have a lot of …You must pay a good amount for internet. If not you must have a lot of good single player games. Lol


Heh. We've had Virgin Media for 13 years now, currently on their 500Mbs connection, but with the five of us in the house, hammering it all the time, it was a decent router that I see as the big spend. Still see the best download speeds from Steam though, that's the only thing that's maxed out the connection consistently.
Stealth_Fox03/01/2020 09:42

Heh. We've had Virgin Media for 13 years now, currently on their 500Mbs …Heh. We've had Virgin Media for 13 years now, currently on their 500Mbs connection, but with the five of us in the house, hammering it all the time, it was a decent router that I see as the big spend. Still see the best download speeds from Steam though, that's the only thing that's maxed out the connection consistently.


39575719-Dg7Q5.jpgYeah I paid Virginmedia about £40, month just for internet it kinda up sets me how much money Richard Branson, has I hope was he kinda gets lost in space! I do agree with you they charge a lot of money for s**t nowadays.
DEAD_MEGATRON03/01/2020 09:29

Do you want me not to post? Things go up and down in prices nothing keeps …Do you want me not to post? Things go up and down in prices nothing keeps its price unless it's a Nintendo game lol.




Dont think anyones being rude but this will definitely drop in price, this has always been cheaper. Im tracking it as i want one to match my xbox one x (white) and currently have a 2 tb which is very full.

Im still on the fence of getting a 1TB SSD (T5 or something similar) but will wait and see if this drops
Edited by: "jasonht" 3rd Jan
jasonht03/01/2020 09:55

Dont think anyones being rude but this will definitely drop in price, this …Dont think anyones being rude but this will definitely drop in price, this has always been cheaper. Im tracking it as i want one to match my xbox one x (white) and currently have a 2 tb which is very full. Im still on the fence of getting a 1TB SSD (T5 or something similar) but will wait and see if this drops


I can understand that I think this is a good product. I've had mine a long time.
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DEAD_MEGATRON03/01/2020 09:29

Do you want me not to post? Things go up and down in prices nothing keeps …Do you want me not to post? Things go up and down in prices nothing keeps its price unless it's a Nintendo game lol.


Yeah and idea is to post them when the price goes down not up
Pondlife03/01/2020 10:19

Yeah and idea is to post them when the price goes down not up


Well I saw it was on sale.
Pondlife03/01/2020 10:21

And only £15 MORE than you bought it for. Bargain


Well as I've said things go up in price. Nothing keeps its price. They can always make more nothing is limited anymore.
Stealth_Fox03/01/2020 09:42

Heh. We've had Virgin Media for 13 years now, currently on their 500Mbs …Heh. We've had Virgin Media for 13 years now, currently on their 500Mbs connection, but with the five of us in the house, hammering it all the time, it was a decent router that I see as the big spend. Still see the best download speeds from Steam though, that's the only thing that's maxed out the connection consistently.


Please think of us still living on the dark ages. My home internet speeds currently averaging around 400kbps... not a typo - ridiculously slow and it has been even slower in the past, as low as 24kbps at its lowest point... fastest around 1.5mbps. BT Openreach have just installed high speed fiber by me so upgrading in a couple of weeks. Still no match for Virgin's top speed but a huge improvement and no more tethering to a mobile network to compensate.
R2Pacman03/01/2020 10:45

Please think of us still living on the dark ages. My home internet speeds …Please think of us still living on the dark ages. My home internet speeds currently averaging around 400kbps... not a typo - ridiculously slow and it has been even slower in the past, as low as 24kbps at its lowest point... fastest around 1.5mbps. BT Openreach have just installed high speed fiber by me so upgrading in a couple of weeks. Still no match for Virgin's top speed but a huge improvement and no more tethering to a mobile network to compensate.


Please tell me you don't play Friday the 13th?
R2Pacman03/01/2020 10:45

Please think of us still living on the dark ages. My home internet speeds …Please think of us still living on the dark ages. My home internet speeds currently averaging around 400kbps... not a typo - ridiculously slow and it has been even slower in the past, as low as 24kbps at its lowest point... fastest around 1.5mbps. BT Openreach have just installed high speed fiber by me so upgrading in a couple of weeks. Still no match for Virgin's top speed but a huge improvement and no more tethering to a mobile network to compensate.


Thats what im getting with sky. Lousy 600 kbps on average. Never got up to 700 kbps so its a pain downloading games as you can imagine. Yet watching 1080p videos on youtube is flawless with no buffering
Deal-boy-Trotter03/01/2020 10:48

Thats what im getting with sky. Lousy 600 kbps on average. Never got up to …Thats what im getting with sky. Lousy 600 kbps on average. Never got up to 700 kbps so its a pain downloading games as you can imagine. Yet watching 1080p videos on youtube is flawless with no buffering


Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi?
Ethernet cable. Mucked around with the isp channels and no change. Terrible service from sky so may have to cancel contract
Deal-boy-Trotter03/01/2020 10:58

Ethernet cable. Mucked around with the isp channels and no change. …Ethernet cable. Mucked around with the isp channels and no change. Terrible service from sky so may have to cancel contract


Well phone a different service! first and see what they will offer you then ring sky and tell them what you've been offered and if they want to keep you, as a customer they will have to beat that.
R2Pacman03/01/2020 10:45

Please think of us still living on the dark ages. My home internet speeds …Please think of us still living on the dark ages. My home internet speeds currently averaging around 400kbps... not a typo - ridiculously slow and it has been even slower in the past, as low as 24kbps at its lowest point... fastest around 1.5mbps. BT Openreach have just installed high speed fiber by me so upgrading in a couple of weeks. Still no match for Virgin's top speed but a huge improvement and no more tethering to a mobile network to compensate.


I've ruled out a potential move to a nice house because the internet wasn't up to scratch. That makes me a bad man
Stealth_Fox03/01/2020 11:06

I've ruled out a potential move to a nice house because the internet …I've ruled out a potential move to a nice house because the internet wasn't up to scratch. That makes me a bad man


That makes you a wise man in my book
Deal-boy-Trotter03/01/2020 10:48

Thats what im getting with sky. Lousy 600 kbps on average. Never got up to …Thats what im getting with sky. Lousy 600 kbps on average. Never got up to 700 kbps so its a pain downloading games as you can imagine. Yet watching 1080p videos on youtube is flawless with no buffering


We had sky and moved to EE but it was no better. Yeah downloads of games and updates is horrendous so I feel your pain. Netflix has generally performed admirably for me though up to HD, beside the occasional pixelated mess or slow buffering.
R2Pacman03/01/2020 11:21

I'll take a look mate


If you play playstation look into predictor the hunting grounds.
DEAD_MEGATRON03/01/2020 11:02

Well phone a different service! first and see what they will offer you …Well phone a different service! first and see what they will offer you then ring sky and tell them what you've been offered and if they want to keep you, as a customer they will have to beat that.


Not sure if that would make a difference to be honest. Seems like its the actual old fashion copper line i have doing it
Deal-boy-Trotter03/01/2020 13:18

Not sure if that would make a difference to be honest. Seems like its the …Not sure if that would make a difference to be honest. Seems like its the actual old fashion copper line i have doing it


Maybe they will have a look and pull it out for a price.
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