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Post by Eorl @ 12:36pm 10/11/12 | 10 Comments
Xbox 360 owners will be pleased to know that the recent "spring 2012" update has upgraded the flash drive capacity from 16GB to 32GB according to VG24/7, something that Microsoft has assured was intended and not just a side effect of the update.

A spokesperson for Microsoft has said that "the more our customers use their profile and download digital content, the larger the file size necessary to store that content and move it between consoles gets.” The spokesperson goes onto state that "therefore we increased the size of the memory to enable our customers to take more of their Xbox profile with them on the go."

The new update has been rolling out since October 15th, and has introduced the new Xbox 360 dashboard look among various other tweaks and fixes.












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fpot
Posted 12:39pm 10/11/12
Why not just make it unlimited?
Hogfather
Posted 12:59pm 10/11/12
Why not just make it unlimited?

because money i think
fpot
Posted 02:44pm 10/11/12
It's always the money.

Next gen of consoles better not fuck around with HDD space. I want terabytes of storage available for a non-ridiculous price.
SquashedDuck
Posted 03:41pm 10/11/12
I don't have an 360, and I don't get it.

The "update has upgraded their flash drive from 16GB to 32GB"?

Microsoft has upgraded a piece of hardware with a software update...?

I assume it is meant to mean you can now use 32GB sticks, rather than being limited to 16GB ones, and the article is just badly worded?
Mitch
Posted 03:45pm 10/11/12
^ I would assume so
crazymorton
Posted 09:19pm 10/11/12
Im thinking it relates to profile transfers between machines. With Xbox you have to buy a specific cable to transfer your data between consoles.

To transfer your saved data like profiles, saved games and demos, you need to use this and it was probably limited. So they've increased it.
ravn0s
Posted 09:23pm 10/11/12
Next gen of consoles better not fuck around with HDD space. I want terabytes of storage available for a non-ridiculous price.



i think SSD's may be better.
Midda
Posted 10:18pm 10/11/12
Next gen of consoles better not fuck around with HDD space. I want terabytes of storage available for a non-ridiculous price.

The PS3 has always had a user-replaceable HDD. It takes a normal 2.5" HDD.
Eorl
Posted 01:27pm 11/11/12
I don't have an 360, and I don't get it.

The "update has upgraded their flash drive from 16GB to 32GB"?

Microsoft has upgraded a piece of hardware with a software update...?

I assume it is meant to mean you can now use 32GB sticks, rather than being limited to 16GB ones, and the article is just badly worded?

Basically, the Xbox 360 could only use up to 16GB on flash drives, however after the update it can now use up to 32GB on flash drives.
Zen Apathy
Posted 01:15pm 11/11/12
Basically, the Xbox 360 could only read up to 16GB flash drives, however after the update it can now read up to 32GB flash drives.

That isn't entirely correct you could use larger drives you we just limited to 16 GB you could even use the remaining space on the drive for other things.
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