Western Digital WD_Black D10 Game Drive
Western Digital has produced many of the best hard drives over the years. Hard drives are not just for computers anymore and the WD_Black D10 Game Drive recognizes the need for more.
This 8TB external hard drive is compatible with PC’s PlayStations, Xboxes, and Macs. The gaming world has changed to the point you have to have plenty of storage to save your game and this external hard drive should do the trick.
Capacity: 8 TB
Interface: USB 3.2 Gen 1
Connector: Micro B
Disk Speed (RPM): 7200rpm
Compatibility: Playstation™ 4 Pro or PS4 with system software version 4.50 or higher, Xbox One™, Windows® 8.1, 10, macOS 10.11+
Dimensions: (L X W X H) 7.68″ x 4.92″ x 1.73″
What’s In The Box?
- 3.5″ Desktop Hard Drive
- USB Type-A to Micro-B cable
- AC adapter and plug
- Quick Install Guide
The Western Digital WD_Black D10 hard drive has a sleek design and comes with a stand. The drive has speeds that go up to 250MB/s2 rated at 7200RPM that will increase the speed of your games.
Another great feature this hard drive offers is the two 7.5W USB Type-A charging ports that will give you a convenient way to charge your gaming accessories.
To set up this hard drive, it is as simple and plug it up and go. The Xbox and PS4 console might take a little more configuration but that is normal with any hard drive.
With the built-in active cooling, overheating should not be a problem with the ability to maintain appropriate temperatures.
The price is around $179.99 – $189.99
Western Digital D10 Game Drive Verdict:
If you need a game drive for your PC, MAC or Xbox/PS consoles, this Western Digital Hard Drive is a great option. It provides 8 TB of space, ample speed for good performance, and the ports for charging are a nice added touch. The only downside to this hard drive is the price at almost $200. Other than that, this would be a great choice in regards to extra space for your gaming or backup needs.
- Nice design with stand
- Read/Write speeds aren't too bad
- Compatible with different systems/consoles
- A little pricey at almost $200