Can a user replace the HDD on the new Xbox One?
rcook12 35 weeks ago
One of the disadvantages of the X360 vs. the PS3 was the inability to easily replace the hard drive on the X360, while the PS3 had a standard laptop size HDD that was quick and easy to swap out. You could add an external drive to the X360, but that’s a more expensive option for the same amount of storage and took away the option of using an old laptop HDD that you had upgraded. Anyone know if you can swap out the HDD on the Xbox One, or are you limited to an external drive in the same way as you are with the Wii U and X360?
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