- Military-grade shockproof technology
- Waterproof resistant
- Compatible with your Xbox One gaming console
- Transfer files randomly without keeping the date
Silicon Power A60 is a very good option for portable HDD’s as it has military-grade shockproof technology and also is Ipx4 water-resistant.
This tiny HDD is perfectly compatible with your Xbox One gaming console and has 3.0 USB ports for fast speeds and a FAT32 formatted memory.
Silicon Power A60 comes in 1TB, 2TB, 4TB, and 5TB options and has a 3-year warranty.
- 3 USB 3.0 ports
- Data transfer speed – 5 Gbps
- Multi-tier caching technology
- Can freeze when copying files
Fantom Xbox One Storage Hub is a great HDD for your Xbox and has a snap-on design that allows you to save space.
Using the device is really simple, you only need to carefully follow the guiding instructions available in the manual.
The device comes with extra USB ports that really come in handy for charging devices while playing.
- Compatible with your Xbox One
- Comes with 4TB of data storage
- Reaches transfer speeds of up to 5Mb/s
Fantom Drives GForce Pro is another great option. This external HDD is fully compatible with your Xbox One and has 4TB of data storage.
Gforce Pro has a slick look with its aluminum case and has USB 3.0 ports allowing you to reach transfer speeds of up to 5Mb/s.
This hard drive has a plug-and-play design making it very easy to set up and use. This HDD comes with a 1-year warranty.
In this article, we explored the best deals on external hard drives compatible with Xbox One.
The options presented here cover a wide range of needs, including portable options and also high storage capabilities of up to 5TB.
Let us know which HDD you’ll buy in the comments below.
FAQ: Learn more about external HDDs
- Can I use an external HDD on my Xbox?
Yes, you can. In fact, there are even models out there specifically designed to sync and work with the Xbox console.
- How big are external HDD?
If you’re looking for the largest HDD that still has a decent price, then you should be looking for one at 5TB.
- Are SSDs faster than HDDs?
Yes, they are. In fact, if you need your PC to be fast and you don’t care about storage, you should definitely buy a fast SSD.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in November 2018 and was revamped and updated in November 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Milan Stanojevic and was first posted to WindowsReport