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Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S 1TB Solid State Drive – NVMe Expansion SSD for Xbox Series X|S(STJR1000400)

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  • Colour: Black
  • Model Number: STJR1000400
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Package Weight: 100 grams
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Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S 1TB Solid State Drive – NVMe Expansion SSD for Xbox Series X|S(STJR1000400)
Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S 1TB Solid State Drive – NVMe Expansion SSD for Xbox Series X|S(STJR1000400)

£149.94

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Specification: Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S 1TB Solid State Drive – NVMe Expansion SSD for Xbox Series X|S(STJR1000400)

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‎Seagate

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Product Dimensions

‎0.78 x 3.16 x 5.29 cm, 30 Grams

Item model number

‎STJR1000400

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Color

Hard Drive Size

‎1 TB

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎29.9 g

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S 1TB Solid State Drive – NVMe Expansion SSD for Xbox Series X|S(STJR1000400)

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  1. Bighead

    I know it says XBox but wanted it for my PS4 as space was running low as presumed it would work anyway as I’ve mixed before. I bought the 8TB model and tried to set it up but even after formatting it, my PS4 refused to recognise it as extended storage. Then when I checked in the storage details, the storage capacity was listed as 8.01 TB, and the PS4 won’t recognise more than 8TB. I have since found out it is not being recognised because the PS4 does not recognise external Hubs, which this is. I’m now using it on an XBox and it works perfectly, if a little noisy at times. For the size of the games being made now, it’s an excellent buy for the XBox but not for the PS4 unfortunately. Hopefully an update might sort this but I’m not holding my breath.

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  2. The Spartan

    I do like this hard drive. It does exactly what you’d want, which is to add storage space for your games, or media if you assign it for that for your Xbox One, and it looks nice and the USB ports are a useful addition. Shame about the delivery though was was approaching a month and taking too long, so felt i had to switch to express delivery, at which point it was immediately dispatched and arrived in two days, so my point is, if you want a reasonable delivery time, either get from another seller or go express delivery, from my personal experience.

    Additional: If your thinking of buying this as an external drive for your PS4, don’t, it won’t work on it, i know, i tried it.

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  3. Aaron Cartwright

    Every time one turned up it didn’t work, i had I think three shipped out all were subsequently returned.
    After the second one came in and wasn’t working I thought it was something I was doing wrong, so took it to my local computer shop to maybe get a power booster if needed. Guy plugs it in to test and says “no hard drive should ever make that noice” and tells me the device won’t open and it’s basically broken.
    When third one came just basically repeated last step.
    Don’t know if they were faulty to begin with or if they were dropped hard on transit but they were only packed in an amazon book box with not much padding so chance are high.

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  4. Palia

    Nice little HD that needs no external power supply (see picture). Needs to be formatted by the Xbox to store games.
    Games load fast, even old games like Oblivion.

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  5. ◀Pugzu Daddy▶ 🇬🇧

    The media could not be loaded.

     This 1TB memory expansion may seem expensive, but when you see how small it is, you can really appreciate why they’re so expensive. I bought this whilst on offer at £179 to multiply the available storage in my Series S console by around 4 times. Remember, less tha 400GB of the internal memory is available on the Series S (around 350GB from recollection).

    This simply plugs in the back and works out of the box. No formatting or otherwise is required. It’s a lot slimmer than I expected it to be.

    I’m pleased that I got this and, ultimately, still happy that I only went for the Series S console. It’s slim, fits conveniently on my desk and does everything I need it to. Adding this memory expansion, although expensive takes the console to another level.

    As my video shows, this is so quick to transfer games from internal memory. When you have some games that take up 1/3 or more of internal memory,this is…

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  6. Jmax

    These are expensive at £220 but your gonna need more space if you want to install more then 6/7 next gen games and this card is lightning fast. I tested the speed by transferring a 60gb game from the internal drive to this expansion card and it’s only took just over 1 minute. And also when you download/install a nextgen game it will ask you to install it to the internal drive or this card as even a external SSD drive can’t handle the needs for next gen games. Nice that these are hot swappable so you can plug in and remove without powering down the Xbox series x/s

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  7. Traffic

    I got this for my XBox Series X as I wanted to use it as a back up source for the games currently installed on my XBox. Games can be so large in file size nowadays that even with a fast broadband connection they can take some time to download. So, by backing up all my games on this, I can quickly restore them if I ever had to remove any of the games, or factory reset my XBox.

    The first thing that struck me when I received this drive was how tiny it was. It fits in the palm of my hand as shown in my picture.

    Installation of the drive is so easy that my cat could do it. Simply plug it into the expansion port at the rear of your XBox Series X – and that’s it. No formatting, no setting up. Nothing.

    I have about 500GB of games and data on my XBox’s 1TB capacity, but the speed at which this external device copies data from the XBox is phenomenal. In just a few minutes everything had been backed up onto this drive.

    Yes, it’s a vary pricey product at £220, but it’s certainly worth it.

    If you…

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  8. Joe A

    A massive improvement for those who bought the standard Xbox One/ Xbox One S. 2 TB is all that you will need in addition to your Xbox storage to be able to store all of your games without a fuss. Attach the cable to the back of one of the Xbox ports and plug it in and let it sit on your Xbox One (not over the fan!).

    When you plug it in, format it as an Xbox One storage device when it asks, give it a name and if you want you can set it as your primary device for installs. You can also move games from your library over to it.

    I took a lot of joy moving all of those bulky, data heavy games like Battlefield 1 and Halo: MCC onto the Seagate device. I noticed that without those games clogging up my storage they ran a lot smoother whilst keeping my smaller games on my main Xbox storage.

    Bottom line is, it’s better to shell out for one of these instead of buying a new console or letting your console slowly burn itself out. I know I will be keeping my Xbox One S for a lot longer with this, and…

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