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1. Posted: Tue 26th Nov 2013 09:10 GMT
That's the cheapest 1TB drive I could find. And yes, I know about the Y cable.
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2. Posted: Tue 26th Nov 2013 09:26 GMT
Short answer: Yes.
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3. Posted: Tue 26th Nov 2013 09:56 GMT
Or you can be like the MAB and wield dual 2TB AC powered HDD for that 4TB full on artillery assault into DIGITAL MADNESS
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4. Posted: Tue 26th Nov 2013 14:12 GMT
The answer is a pretty solid "probably".
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5. Posted: Tue 26th Nov 2013 14:38 GMT
As long as it's compatible with USB 2.0 I believe it should work (and most 3.0 hard drives are backwards compatible).
Edited on Tue 26th November, 2013 @ 14:39 by cookiex
6. Posted: Tue 26th Nov 2013 16:33 GMT
It's a USB 3.0 external hard drive. USB 3.0 needs additional power to run on a USB 2.0 port. If it doesn't have an external power source as long as you have a Y cable plugged on the (2) USB 2.0 ports at the back of the Wii U then it will work. You really don't need the gigabit speed offered on USB 3.0 as the USB 2.0 ports on Wii U will limit it to 480 Mbps downlink/uplink speed.