(Pocket-lint) – Western Virtual has expanded its WD_Black gaming power vary with new exterior fashions nice for PS5, Xbox Sequence X/S and PC gaming. There is additionally a brand new interior SSD card that works with PC and, doubtlessly, PS5.
The WD_Black D30 Sport Power is available in two variants – one usual and one for Xbox consoles particularly, with a month-long club of Xbox Sport Cross Final thrown in.
The D30 is available in 3 garage sizes: 500GB, 1TB and 2TB. It has its personal stand, connects by the use of USB-C (USB 3.2 Gen 1) and provides speeds as much as 900MB/s.
It is price noting, on the other hand, that you can not run PS5 or Xbox Sequence X/S video games immediately from an exterior power, even though it’s SSD. The interior drives in each consoles have additional wizardry happening for whole compatibility.
Pricing starts at £129.99.
The WD_Black SN750 SE NVMe SSD card replaces the previous SN750 (not the added “SE”) and also comes in three sizes: 250GB, 500GB and 1TB. It boasts read speeds of up to 3,600MB/s.
It will work with desktop gaming PCs now, but you are probably best waiting for when Sony finally unlocks the ability to add another internal SSD card to the PS5. The feature has been planned since before launch, but is yet to be implemented.
As far as we know, this card meets the right spec, but until the feature is active, we can’t say for sure.
Still, it’s a great option for when it happens – costing from just £56.99.
The D30 is available now, while the SN750 SE is available for pre-order.
Writing by Rik Henderson.