Xbox 360 Flash Memory Priced by GameStop

A couple of listings have shown up on GameStop's website showing prices for the upcoming Xbox 360 flash memory drives, which will be produced by SanDisk.

According to the retailer, each drive includes one month of Xbox Live Gold. A quick look at other SanDisk 16GB flash drives shows a $20-$30 mark-up on the Xbox-branded product, though Microsoft and/or SanDisk has yet to confirm if GameStop's prices are accurate. nope

The Xbox 360 will be able to use USB-based hard drives and memory for game saves and other data after a system update, coming on April 6. Up to 16GB will be usable per device, with users able to connect two at a time for a total of 32GB of USB storage.