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Microsoft confirms USB mass storage coming to Xbox 360
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Microsoft has confirmed earlier reports that Xbox 360 gamers will be able to use generic USB flash drives to store profiles, game saves and other data after an April 6 system update.

The Xbox 360 already has USB ports for plugging in media devices, and the expanded support means that gamers won't need to rely on proprietary memory units to store their data. Those proprietary units, which plug into different ports, are the subject of ongoing litigation between Microsoft and Datel Design, although the Redmond company didn't draw any connection to that situation in its announcement.

Microsoft's Larry Hryb, better known as Major Nelson, has more details on the USB support in this post on his blog. "I’ve been testing this feature out for a few weeks, and I have to say it’s really great," he writes. "Once you take the system update on April 6, you’ll be able to connect your USB flash drives to your console and head over to the memory section to configure your new storage device. Once you do that, the system will conduct a one time performance and integrity check to confirm the drive is working properly. You will then be able to configure how much storage to use on the device, up to 16 GB."

Hryb notes that Microsoft will work with SanDisk to offer a preconfigured, Xbox 360-branded USB memory stick, but any USB flash drive can be used.

Posted on Friday, March 26, 2010 @ 22:06:19 UTC by NB
 
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