The Xbox 360's tiny hard drive which causes much mirth at games conventions can now be boosted by a cheapish gadget that connects the console to your PC.
The 360 only comes with a 20GB drive which, when stuffed with all the gubbins needed to run it ends up at around 12GB of free space.
Step up XSATA, which is made by Datel. This gadget sits between your 360 and the hard-drive of your PC. Linked by a USB, it can be controlled by an Xbox file manager software. More...
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