Not happy with the PlayStation 4's 500GB storage capacity?
Then you'll be interested in peripheral manufacturer Nyko's solution: At CES this week, the company revealed a cheap and simple way to cram more data into Sony's new console.
It's the Data Bank accessory and it uses a standard 3.5-inch desktop computer hard drive, and it sits atop the system after you partially remove the console's casing. The price range will be between $30 and $40 and compatible hard drives are sold separately. Now, the PS4's stock drive can be changed for a larger 2.5-inch hard drive designed for laptops, but that sort of upgrade isn't cheap.
There was a time when I avoided third-party peripherals for my systems like the plague but admittedly, such products have gotten much better.