This year, Microsoft's Xbox series X / s console is much easier to expand storage than ps5.
The official reserved expansion slot in the back, which can directly hot plug the three-way memory.
However, the memory is a SSD in name, but it has its own form. So far, it has announced a supplier of Seagate.
According to best buy, the 1TB capacity of the storage disk is priced at $220, goes to the PCIe 4.0 high-speed channel and supports nvme protocol.
To tell you the truth, the price of $220 is fast catching up with the Xbox series s console (US $299), which is really moving.
Of course, you can't connect through USB, but the access speed is certainly not officially certified, which is as strong as the built-in storage of PCIe 4.0 SSD.
As for Sony, how ps5 can expand internal storage is still a mystery. Previously, chief architect mark Cerny confirmed that certified m.2 nvme SSD can be supported.