4GB Xbox 360 USB Hard Drive Makes a Not So Good Impression on Lik-Sang

360-datel-hdd2Popular online retailer, Lik-Sang, has gotten their hands on the new 4GB USB hard drive for the Xbox 360. From the sounds of it, they were not impressed at all, stating “the coolest thing about it is probably the greenish power button drawing on the top of the product”. Check out this excerpt from their review:

One thing is for sure, if you are waiting for a third-party HDD for your core Xbox 360 system because you are pissed at both the high price and low availability of the official Microsoft unit… well, this is not yet what you have been begging for. This new device is connected to the 360 via the USB connection, same as any other portable PC hard drives or USB drives would be, and it does not offer the same range of options as the official HDD does (no game saves, no going online, only media files transfer).

It also offers only 4GB of space, same as the very popular HDD that these guys just outted for the PSP. In fact, it uses the360-datel-hdd6 same Magicstor 4 gigs microdrives inside. From our point of view, the coolest thing about it is probably the greenish power button drawing on the top of the product. Or arguably the fact that a green glowin’ light comes out of the USB connector when you slot it in your console [wow].

[via lik-sang]

360-datel-hdd2Popular online retailer, Lik-Sang, has gotten their hands on the new 4GB USB hard drive for the Xbox 360. From the sounds of it, they were not impressed at all, stating “the coolest thing about it is probably the greenish power button drawing on the top of the product”. Check out this excerpt from their review:

One thing is for sure, if you are waiting for a third-party HDD for your core Xbox 360 system because you are pissed at both the high price and low availability of the official Microsoft unit… well, this is not yet what you have been begging for. This new device is connected to the 360 via the USB connection, same as any other portable PC hard drives or USB drives would be, and it does not offer the same range of options as the official HDD does (no game saves, no going online, only media files transfer).

It also offers only 4GB of space, same as the very popular HDD that these guys just outted for the PSP. In fact, it uses the360-datel-hdd6 same Magicstor 4 gigs microdrives inside. From our point of view, the coolest thing about it is probably the greenish power button drawing on the top of the product. Or arguably the fact that a green glowin’ light comes out of the USB connector when you slot it in your console [wow].

[via lik-sang]

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