First Unofficial 360 Memorycard, Supports SD Cards!

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  1. InsaneNutter

    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    This would be perfect for me, I can have all my saves on the memory card along with any DLC / Arcade games. My 64mb memory card at the moment is full with just a couple of profiles on at (almost 10mb each!)

    Maybe Datel have found a way to allow any size Sata hard drive to be used in the Xbox 360 too..
     
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    i would say this is pointless but i reakon it would be rather good , just get a big enough sd card and you can transfer games onto your xbox 360 ( i hope thats whats it for ) , otherwise it is as pointless as the original memory card lol =]
     
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    does it support SDHC cards? :/
     
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    Yes I would say so, normal SD cards are usually up to 2 to 4gb and this will support cards up to 16gb.
     
  5. Jaz

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    I need a new memory unit and so will get one of these instead. Are they available yet?
     
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    Those prices actually aren't as bad as I thought they'd be. I figured they would be 80USD, which is the price of an 8GB memory stick pro duo.
     
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    I don't understand why they don't make one without any memory, and just a shell for the SD card. Don't see why you'd need 4G + whatever SD card you put inside.
     
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    I agree. I thought it would be around 70 or 80 USD. But the price isn't bad at all.
     
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    If you looking for something to open your 360's HDD, this would do just fine. It works the same way as the Xsata except with the Xsata you HAVE to have a PC VERY close to the 360 since the cord is only about 6 feet long. The Xport does the exact same thing, it'll let you access partition 3 and is more convenient, since you can take the HDD and take it to the PC instead of the PC to the 360. The Xsata isn't terrible but the LED lights slowly fade and having to be very close to the 360 is a pain in the ass. Thankfully I have a Laptop.
     
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    Thanks Dark Scyth, that's exactly what I was hoping to hear. I'll have to pick on up when I get some spare cash on hand.
     

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