SanDisk outs Xbox 360 USB Flash Drive

Today SanDisk start shipping its Xbox 360 USB Flash Drive for the Microsoft  gaming and entertainment console. The drive is available in 8 gigabyte (GB) and 16GB capacities, with suggested retail prices of $34.99 and $69.99, respectively.

The Xbox 360 USB Flash includes a one-month Xbox LIVE Gold membership and comes pre-configured for easy plug and play action, the drive eliminates the need to format storage or download an initial software update for an Xbox 360 console.

Sandisk Xbox 360 USB Flash Drive


“Xbox LIVE contains a world of content for gamers to explore and download, including full-length games, movies and music,” said Shuki Nir, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Retail, SanDisk. “The Xbox 360 USB Flash Drive by SanDisk is specifically engineered to deliver a great user experience and maximum compatibility with the console, offering gamers greater freedom and flexibility in how they store, manage and enjoy their favorite files.”

Features:

  • Carry your game and take your profile anywhere you play
  • Hassle-free “plug and play” installation
  • Includes 1 month Xbox LIVE® Gold membership subscription
  • Download and store map packs, games, profiles and video
  • Download includes Xbox 360® update software
  • Microsoft® Xbox 360® system performance approved
  • Preconfigured for “plug and play” with Xbox 360® system
  • 1 month Xbox LIVE® Gold membership subscription
  • Drive includes Xbox 360® update software
  • Licenced for Xbox 360®

Source: SanDisk

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