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Xbox 360 64MB Memory Unit

Platform : Xbox 360
66 customer reviews

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  • Transport your Memory Unit in the portable carrying case that fits on your keychain
  • The Memory Unit 64 MB requires no setup. Just plug it in, and you can save your favorite games
  • Xbox 360 holds up to two optional Memory Units, so you can easily upgrade to more storage space
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Further enhancing the gaming experience, Xbox 360 Memory Units allow you to save your in-game achievements and unique gamer profiles. The Memory Units are easily portable and enable quick and easy access to previously established benchmarks, putting you in control of your games and your lifestyle. You can have game saves, XBox Live profiles and more with Xbox 360 Memory Units.


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  • ASIN: B000B6MLRS
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 1.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 15, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,709 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By WG on December 20, 2006
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I recently purchased an Xbox 360 Core system and needed a memory unit to save my games as the Core system does not come with any memory saving hardware. I decided to purchase this memory unit because of the lower price compared to the hard drive. The unit is stated to hold 64MB worth of storage (in reality the card offers a bit less than the stated 64MB, but it is fine because this is normal).

The Xbox 360 64MB Memory Unit comes with a plastic keychain snap case, a folded instructions/warning sheet, and about a dozen glossy-white label stickers. The unit goes along well with any Xbox 360 system as the color and texture quality matches that of the Xbox 360 systems (particularly that of the original faceplates).

The unit is capable of saving a great deal of games. A massive game such as Oblivion may have a save file size of up to 1MB; using the 64MB memory unit, there will be a lot of remaining storage space for other games.

To connect to Xbox Live or Xbox Live Marketplace, any user with a 360 will need a memory unit or the detachable hard drive to setup a gamer profile. Once a gamer profile is setup, any user can connect to the Xbox Live Marketplace for downloadable content. When the Xbox 360 system is connected to Xbox Live, any updates available for the Xbox 360 system can be downloaded and applied immediately. As I recall, the system updates did not take up a lot of space (I believe they were less than 1MB).

Once connected to Xbox Live Marketplace, users can download a variety of content from movie trailers to game demos. Unfortunately due to the small amount of storage space available on the memory unit, users are limited to downloads based on file size.
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 25, 2005
The XBox 360 Memory Unit holds 64mb of memory in a small white unit, probably 2" x 1.5" x .5". This compares to the hard drive that holds 20 gig. This memory unit is meant to be portable - and luckily for gamers, this little memory is WIDELY available so even if you can't find a hard drive for your machine, you should be able to easily find a memory unit.

The nice portability means you can bring the unit along to friends houses to play games that you've partially finished. The unit comes with a solid plastic full-surround case that is relatively sturdy. The case even has a hole cut in one corner, so that you could lock it shut or tie it to your backpack. Of course if someone REALLY wanted to get into the case to steal your memory card, it's not that hard to cut through it with a sharp knife. Still, this should at least deter the casual thief.

The cost for the memory unit is currently $39.99. The memory unit does NOT come with the XBox 360 console so you really need one if not two of them, depending on how much you like to game. In our house we usually like to have at least one memory unit per gamer. That way there aren't any arguments about "You overwrote my game file that I was working on for 1000 hours!!!" It can just take one slip of the finger to lead to sure disaster in the gaming world.

Highly recommended for every XBox 360 owner!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Frost on April 1, 2008
It's a memory unit so you can store game saves, your Xbox Live Account information, and any content downloaded through Xbox Live that's "locked" to a particular account. That's all it does. You can't connect this memory card to your computer to use it as an extra storage option either, such as moving music and photos from the computer to view through the Xbox 360. It only connects to the Xbox 360, period.

The Nintendo Wii and Sony PlayStation 3 allow you to use almost *ANY* sort of USB-based storage device, such as external hard drives, or SD card to save and store content, game saves inclusive. Given the level of storage flexibility in the other two consoles, this product simply costs too much money for the extremely limited, one-task-only functionality provided. The same problems plaguing this unit infect the other Xbox 360 storage options, including the over-priced, completely proprietary, non-standard hard drives.

You can buy a multi-gigabyte thumbdrive for the price of this one 64 MB card, but you can't use that thumbdrive to save your Xbox Live Account and Xbox 360 game saves. You can use that thumbdrive to view pictures and listen to music on your Xbox 360, though. Why the disconnect? Why not use USB for game saves and the like? There's something wrong with that sort of business model.

Two stars, for lack of compatibility, no multi-tasking uses, over reliance on proprietary methods, and lack of support for accepted storage mediums and standards.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Paul on December 2, 2005
Microsoft's Core Xbox 360 system does not support the saving of games. You can play the games but all progress is lost. This little memory unit plugs into one of two slots on the front of the console. It only holds 64mb, but with progress in 4 games, I still have 40MB free. The games' box says how much memory is needed to save. Use this if you can't get/afford a hard drive or you want to take your saved games with you.

Pros:

-The flash memory is very reliable -- the chance of losing data is slim compared to the risks of a hard-drive.

-Its portable

-Allows you to save games

Cons:

-Small memory size

-Costly for the amount of storage space: 63c/mb vs 0.5c/mb with the hard drive
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