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WD _BLACK P10 Game Drive - 4 TB USB - £89.99 @ Currys PC World
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WD _BLACK P10 Game Drive - 4 TB USB - £89.99 @ Currys PC World

£89.99£139.9936%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 31st Dec 2019

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Seems a great price for a 4TB drive
Technical specifications for WD _BLACK P10 Game Drive - 4 TBOVERVIEWTypePortable hard driveCapacity4 TBPower supplyUSBCONNECTIVITYDevice compatibility- Playstation 4 Pro or PS4 with system software version 4.50 or higher
- Xbox One
- Windows 8.1 or later
- macOS 10.11 or laterWired connectionsUSB 3.2FEATURESPassword protectionYesAutomatic backupWD BackupGENERALColourBlackBox contentsWD_BLACK P10 Game DriveDimensions118 x 8 x 21 mm (H x W x D)Weight230 gManufacturer's guarantee3 years
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7 Comments
Other than a fancy case and video to match the case, any difference to other WD HD’s that are cheaper?
Fancy case keeps it cool for constant use (mechanical drives fail sooner if kept hot for long periods) and it uses USB 3.2.
Dusterfluster31/12/2019 18:33

Fancy case keeps it cool for constant use (mechanical drives fail sooner …Fancy case keeps it cool for constant use (mechanical drives fail sooner if kept hot for long periods) and it uses USB 3.2.


I was about to retort that neither the Xbox One nor PS4 utilise USB 3.2 since both are 3.0/3.1... but after googling the definition of 3.2 and the renaming that happened recently, I have a headache and concede defeat :-(
I use PC anyway
Edited by: "Dusterfluster" 31st Dec 2019
BargainVVizzard31/12/2019 18:06

Other than a fancy case and video to match the case, any difference to …Other than a fancy case and video to match the case, any difference to other WD HD’s that are cheaper?



It is a more reliable hard drive. The cheaper ones are home use hard drives - they don't have the warranty or life expectancy of these drives. These will run quieter and cooler than the standard drives and in all probability will last much longer.

They are designed for use in data centres which require the most reliable hard drives. I bought 2x 4tb WD reds for an always on raid server recently for £100 each. These are better and cheaper.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 2nd Jan
Thinking of using this to increase storage in my nas
Deal has gone FFS
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