As early as April this year, the network has leaked the Xbox Series X/S storage space expansion card launched by the storage manufacturer Western Digital, but there has been no news about it after the photos and other data flowed out. Two Western Digital storage space expansion cards were finally launched yesterday, offering 512GB and 1TB capacity options respectively.
The WD Black C50 series Xbox Series X/S storage space expansion card adopts an all-black body, which has a more avant-garde design than similar Seagate products on sale, and can also be worn with a neck strap or hand strap for easy portability. In terms of price, the 512GB version is priced at US$79.99 (approximately HK$628), which is US$10 cheaper than Seagate’s, while the 1TB version is priced at US$149.99 (approximately HK$1,177), which is the same price as Seagate, but Western Digital has not 2TB options like Seagate.
The two WD Black C50 series Xbox Series X/S storage space expansion cards have been officially certified by Xbox and have been listed in the United States. The release arrangement in Hong Kong is not yet known.
Source of information and pictures: polygon