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Xbox 360 4GB System Console with Peggle 2 Bundle

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  • A new Xbox 360E system that looks similar to the XboxOne is now available in stores. This is a big announcement, and proves that Microsoft is still committed to the Xbox 360 system itself!

    The Xbox 360 E system will be easier to open up and repair, and makes it easier to replace the hard drive with another Microsoft Xbox 360-branded hard drive, easier than on the Xbox 360 S models. It features the same cooling system as the Xbox 360 S models as well, but runs and boots quieter. It is also only slightly slimmer.

  • It’s also worth noting that this Xbox 360 E system has one less USB port than the Xbox 360 S (two on the back instead of three, for a total of four USB ports on the E instead of 5 like on the S). It’s also missing the Optical Audio port that’s on the Slim Model (S Model).

    If you're looking for the best in next-generation gaming and entertainment, the search ends here!

    This Xbox 360 System delivers unsurpassed gaming and entertainment experience right out of the box, with a 20 GB hard drive, wireless controller, wired headset, and more!

    This Xbox 360 Game Console features a custom symmetrical three core CPU running at 3.2 GHz, ATi 500 MHz graphics processor and has built-in DVD-ROM drive to watch movies or listen to music! Be part of the action and experience wireless freedom with unmatched precision with the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller and talk, laugh, and listen on Xbox Live with the Xbox 360 Headset!

    With its built-in Ethernet port, there is nothing standing in your way of the best multi-player on-line gaming experience! Immerse yourself in the most powerful next-generation gaming experience – only through the Xbox 360!

    Plus, this Xbox 360 is HDMI Ready with an HDMI output, so you can experience your games in the highest definition possible, up to 1080p (HDMI cable sold separately).

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  • Wholesale Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite System Game console - Black 100% original, Dropshipping

    "This is really an effort to pass the cost reduction we are able to achieve through engineering and manufacturing onto consumers," said David Dennis, Microsoft Xbox 360 product manager. "Reducing the number of (models) really just simplifes our manufacturing and makes it easier for our retail partners to manage their inventory and makes the purchase decision easier for consumers. It's really a win-win-win all around."Dennis noted that the Xbox 360 "already had great momentum this year with 17% sales increases over the first seven months of 2008, while other systems have slowed sales. The Xbox 360, launched in November 2005, has sold nearly 16 million in the U.S., putting it in second place behind the $249 Nintendo Wii (nearly 21 million) and ahead of the $299 Sony PlayStation 3 (8 million-plus). "This sets us up for the holiday," Dennis said, "and a lot of people are doing back to school shopping so being at a reduced price at this time is good for that reason."On the system's reliability, Dennis said that "with any consumer electronics device you constantly engineer and reengineer to drive better performance and better reliablitly. Obviously, we had some reliability issues but we feel they are largely behind us based on the quality of the product we are manufacturing today."Jesse Divnich, director of analyst services at Electronic Entertainment Design and Research, does not expect Xbox 360 sales to rise significantly because of the price change. "Some would argue that Microsoft's new pricing scheme represents more of a pseudo price drop than an actual price drop since consumers looking to purchase a core Xbox 360 system will still have to pay $299, as they had prior to the new hardware line-up," he said in a report. "The price drop on the Xbox 360 Elite means that Microsoft's core hardware SKU now boasts a bigger hard-drive and HDMI support than its Xbox 360 Pro predecessor."

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I'm wary of using mine in fear of the infamous "RED RING OF DEATH" ...that can occur in every xbox360 system (ripoffs)... I wish they'd fix that problem instead of releasing "special editions" of it. Silly Microsoft. :P, I'll still buy my multi-plat games for the PS3 instead of xbox360; they're so much more...shineh, imo. :)