The Xbox 360 Memory Unit was a flash-based memory card for the first series of the Xbox 360, a sixth generation game console introduced in 2005.
The memory card was available in three capacities – 64, 256 and 512 MB – and allowed the transfer of saved games, unique gamer profiles, and content downloaded from Xbox Live Marketplace to other Xbox 360 consoles. Some game saves and downloaded content could not be copied to memory cards, and what content could be moved was up to the discretion of the individual video game developer.
The Xbox 360 Memory Card was phased out in 2010 with the release of the Xbox 360 S.
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