Solid State Drives For Your Playstation 4, Now With Stats And DealsShane Roberts11/20/13 5:38pmFiled to: Kotaku DealsMoneysaverDealsDealtakuPlaystation 4Playstation VitaPlaystation 3Playstation PlusSonyPSNHardwareTech5EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Illustration by Sam Woolley The bad news is that the Playstation 4 does not support external hard drives. The good news is that, like with the PS3, the internal hard drive is easily user-upgradeable. The really good news is that, like with the PS3, you can throw a solid state drive inside your Playstation 4. Update: Greatness awaits, and we recently recommended upgrading your brand new Playstation 4 with a solid state or hybrid drive so you don’t keep that greatness waiting. Yesterday Kotaku shared with you a video from Tested comparing the boot and load time differences between the three types of drives, and we’d also like to point you to this great breakdown from the fine folks at IGN that puts the numbers side by side.As console gamers, we don’t get many chances to upgrade our own hardware, which stings even more when we get robbed blind paying for proprietary Playstation Vita Memory Cards or Xbox 360 Hard Drives. Recommending a solid state drive is easy, because Samsung’s only real competition is Samsung. You’re choosing between the 840 Pro Series and the 840 EVO series, and while the Pro does beat out the EVO in some specs at some capacities, for the Playstation 4 you should stick with the EVO and save some money.If you want to spend as little money as possible, but are certain you really want 1TB of storage on your next Sony console, grab the 1TB Seagate Momentus Hybrid Drive for just a little over 100 bucks. SSD-like performance on a budget. Further Reading Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the sale. Click here to learn more, and don’t forget to sign up for our email newsletter. We want your feedback.