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WD_BLACK Game Drives have up to 22% off, compatible with PC, Xbox X|S and PS5

Western Digital (WD) has some stonking deals on WD_BLACK drives

WD Black Game Drive

If you’re in the market for an external drive to store your games on PC, Mac, Xbox Series S or Series X or PlayStation 5 then look no further than the WD_Black line-up, which is subject to some stonking discounts right now.

Western Digital (WD) has some stonking deals on drives for Amazon Prime Big Deals Days, with the WD_BLACK P10 Game Drive having some serious discounts.

The 2TB version has an 11% discount, down from £89.99 to £79.99.

And if you want more capacity, the 4GB version has an even bigger 22% discount, down from £129.99 to £101.59.

You can also buy these drives direct from WD should you wish.

The WD_BLACK P10 Game Drive is designed specifically for gamers looking to expand their console or PC by saving their game library in a way they can easily take it with them. WD says the drives offer speeds up to 140MB/s. The external drives are plug-and-play, meaning you don’t need to disassemble your PC or console first – just jam that USB cable home and your device will recognise the extra capacity automatically (or prompt you to format it, depending on the hardware – but that’s a lot easier than taking a screwdriver to your computer).

WD also has some great deals from sister brand SanDisk on portable SSDs, too, including the do-anything, go-anywhere SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD V2 2TB and Portable SSD 1TB. Check out those deals here:

More great Prime Big Deals Days deals

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