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    ps3 Ps3 Hdxt (hard Drive Xtender)

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    The Xecuter PS3 HDXT is a caddy type frame that plugs into the PS3 internally where the 2.5" Sata drive would normally slot. You then clip on the matching faceplate and bingo you now have a clean external Sata connection. No frills and no fuss. You can now add any hard drive you wish and connect it any way you wish. Team Xecuter have also designed a simple but cost effective Sata to IDE converter (this is a separate product)

    Main Project Points:
    - To be able to add any SATA or IDE Hard Drive externally to the PS3 - so there was no need for any expensive 2.5" Sata Hard Drive upgrades if the need for a very large hard drive was required in the near future.
    - To make the adapter a clean design and pleasing to the eye.
    - To be simple and cheap

    Features:
    Connect any 3.5" SATA Hard Drive to the PS3
    Developing ability to connect IDE hard drive
    Supports up to 750GB (maybe more thats all we have here to test so far)
    Switch between external HYPERDRIVE and internal 2.5" HDD
    HYPERDRIVE USB2.0 Support to dump data to/from HDD

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    Yes! This is awesome!

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    Freaking awesome cant wait for my ps3 now!

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    but cant you just buy a external drive that is esata.. then just plug it in your ps3 using a sata cable that has a I-connection (external drive) to a L-connection (ps3)?? and it would by pass all extender which looks like just a more accessble extention.. Its would be alot cheaper to..

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