So the problem with Black is that it requires specific drivers/software to make it cache as it should? In that case I can’t see it ever working on a PS4, or am I wrong?
Shame really, always been very happy with my WD-drives! You probably should look in to it right now people are already complaining about that a 500gb 5400rpm is not what they think is ideal for PS4, don’t even know about the XBO!
Would probably have sold quite a few, in Sweden its about half the price compared to a 1TB SSD, which makes it very attractive option, the other hybrid drives on the market here just have 8gb of ssd which wont be sufficient for a PS4, whilst 120gb sold have been well enough.
You can’t see past a market that sold 1 000 000 in it s first 24h, only in the US:
As you can see, 4 days after the release here (11/29/2013) there are already quite a few upgrade kits avaiiable. http://www.webhallen.com/se-sv/sok/?Change=1&Text=ps4+upgrade&SectionId=
Pardon that some of the text is in swedish, but the rellevant info is there!
So my question is really, will it work att all and in that case WHEN?