Thanks for checking out our last blog about bespoke data collection. It inspired me to create a similar blog about Xbox 360 HDDs. I have now created my own series of posts on how I went from low end console to high end console using a couple of hacks and hacks- to be completely honest, it’s still kind of raw and unorganized. But the ideas here are still there, and have been since the day that I recorded all this. The point is, all you need is an optimised SATA hard drive(sounds obvious) and you should be all set with what you want. And this post is your introduction to that idea, ready to use your hard drive in a few years time as it makes everything better.
Have you watched the commercials where you see a bundle of cords and cables being stuck on the wall and they start to talk a lot? One thing they always seem to have in common is that they have very little to no way of actually connecting. This, of course, leads us to think that we are all robotic, but I am 100% confident that we all have some kind of connection going on, so why not make it happen for you too.
360 HDD (hard drive) lets you easily access and store files on your computer. The low cost, low risk of hacking makes it the perfect candidate for a new Windows application. xbox hdd is an easy to install and install with the ability to use as a portable backup system. It supports all popular file types – images, music, video and folders – and file names such as rar, zip, txt etc.