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Microsoft Xbox 360 Pro with HDMI 60 GB Hard drive White

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  • HDMI Video Support
  • 60 GB Hard Drive

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From games, to movies, to music, to downloadable online content via the Xbox Live Marketplace, the Xbox 360 Pro delivers a whole new realm of entertainment possibilities and now even more memory to hold it all! This package includes a 60GB hard drive, an HDMI port, a sleek wireless controller, the Xbox Live headset, and an Xbox Live Silver membership.

Personalize your gaming experience by ripping your CDs to play along with your favorite games. Share photos, video, TV shows, and chat live via the headset. Watch your standard DVDs in almost HD resolution in 16:9 widescreen. Parents will love the Family Settings which allow you to control length of play, game ratings, and online play capabilities.

The Xbox 360 Pro lets you customize your system and your experience to fit your lifestyle. With the industry's highest rated games and virtually unlimited downloads, you can take total control of the world of entertainment!

  • newegg High Definition Video Support with HDMI Connect the Microsoft Xbox 360 Pro Console to an HDMI-compatible TV via an HDMI cable and you can enjoy high-definition video playback at up to 1920x1080.
  • newegg Broadband Ethernet Connectivity With built-in broadband Ethernet connectivity, compete with gamers across the globe, download contents, and stay connected with your friends online.
  • newegg Large 60GB Storage Capacity The Microsoft Xbox 360 Pro Console provides a large 60GB storage capacity so you can save your movies, music, photos and games for easy access.
  • newegg USB Connectivity The Microsoft Xbox 360 Pro Console features three USB 2.0 ports for great compatibility and plug-and-play convenience.


Part Number
Xbox 360 Pro with HDMI


Processor Type
3.2 GHz Triple Core IBM PowerPC


Installed RAM
Storage Capacity
60 GB Hard drive
Optical Drive Type
DVD-ROM 12x - Tray


Graphic Processor
ATI Xbox 360 - 256-bit - graphics acceleration
Video Memory
10 MB
Max. Resolution
1920 x 1080
Component Video Support


Sound Output
16-bit / Surround Sound



Input Device

Wireless controller / Wired controller


USB 2.0 x 3
Controller Port
Memory Unit slot
AV Cable Port


7.7 lbs.
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5 out of 5 eggsGood System

Pros: Games run smooth, DD sound quality, controller is nice (once you get used to it)

Cons: leaf blower when running games from disk drive, install games to hard drive an it's a quiet machine

Other Thoughts: Former PC gamer that got tired of all the hassle with Steam, patches, Vista/7 not working right with older games, ect. 360 just works and works well

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  • Tim S.
  • 10/19/2009 9:46:31 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsThis needs to be straightened out

Pros: Everything. To everyone that believes that the PS3 has better graphic needs to read specs on games first. The cell processor that runs the PS3 cannot handle complex games in full 1080p only 720 p still high def but not as high as the 360. Read the back of the box on the games, every single game that came out for the 360 is full 1080p. And I hate my PS3, it isn’t a gaming console, it is a blue ray player that has the ability to play PS3 games and was once able to play PS1 and PS2 games.

This I not meant to rag on people just to straighten the facts.
I have 18 360 consoles of all modles all have been flashed and case modded these are all from experience. First off the manufactures warranty covers the RROD FOR THREE YEARS NOT ONE!!!

Cons: these are not cons********
And to everyone that complains that their game is destroyed from them moving it, warn people don’t complain… before you ever load a game in the console it has a sticker that states DO NOT MOVE THE CONSOLE WHILE A GAME IS INCERTED!!!!! Plain and clear in three languages. Yes it will eat your disk and destroy it but the alternative to taking it and paying 5.00 to buff it out is sending your 360 into Microsoft because when you moved it, your game hit the lens of the reader and not the pad on the reader assembly that protects it. And to the person that posted about having it horizontal and not vertical, the thought it is that when vertical the hot air is not allowed to escape the top of the 360 cause of the hard drive when horizontal the thought is that cool air is sucked from the side (bottom) and the hot air is blown out the back. Another thing the Jasper processers (AKA 65nm core) although suppose to be the gaming g.o.d.s fix to the RROD was exactly the

Other Thoughts: opposite when it first came out, the first time it was mass produced was the Red Resident Evil 5 360 Elite, out of our 48 units leaving 35 came back with a two or three red ring error (oh I have two retail jobs at electronic specialty stores) simple problem, the software that ran the processor did not run the jasper properly (ie system crash) and overheated and you know the rest, since then this has been fixed in the all three models. The best 360 so far are the second release of the Falcon with the GPU cooling unit and CPU cooling unit, that also has the new lite on drives, they are a lot quieter and I have only had one read error but I modded my 360 not Microsoft’s fault but 360 still runs like a champ. Just so everyone is clear it doesn’t matter when you bought the 360 it matters when it was manufactured.

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  • Cody L.
  • 7/3/2009 9:38:28 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsRROD? Far less of a problem than the disk drives

Pros: The new chipsets run much cooler, and are less prone to RROD.

Bigger HD space for all the exclusive DLC and arcade games you want. . . as well as room to install load heavy games like fallout so you can escape the loud noises that come with the 360

I bought an initial run HDMI unit in early 2008 and havent had any problems with it so far, knock on wood. I chunked my 20 giger for a 120 about six months ago and love it.

Cons: The disk drives are still the component most prone to failure. Be it the e74, or the fragile nature of their disk drives... the xbox's dvd drive is what will most likely fail you. Out of the 40 or so friends I have on live... the vast majority of them have replaced their units because of a failing disk drive.

One of my good friends had a launch console that lasted 3 years, only to have the dvd-rom start refusing to read disks.


Other Thoughts: The disk drive errors can be blamed just as much on user error as they can hardware error. As stated before you cannot move this system while its reading disks. You should not push the tray in itself... use the button!

Another thing that alot of people dont think about is buying used games for this console. Often when a game is used people dont remove it properly from the case... after repeated in and outs, cracks form in the center of the disk making it hard for the spindle to grab the disk properly.

I see this all the time in the used games brought in to the gamestop I work at... To make things worse, when the disk is sent off to be refurbed they often come back with polishing compound worked in between the two layers of the disk leaving a slick area the spindle has trouble with as well. I've had several used games that just wouldnt read because the spindle wouldnt grab it.


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  • Rolf M.
  • 5/30/2009 1:22:46 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsFun but expensive

Pros: Its a great system to connect with friends and join quick online games.

Cons: Expensive. Plain and simple. At the moment, I am contemplating sending my Xbox 360 back to MS for $100 plus shipping for the infamous E 74 message, or buying a new one. Seriously, has anyone questioned why a 120 gb hard drive for an xbox 360 costs an arm and a leg while TB hard drives are coming out that are less than what I paid for a 1/4 GB hard drive last year? Is MS using like the oldest most expensive technology there is or something?? I may just stick to the system I built for my self that will last far longer, and blows this system's abilities and reliability away.

Other Thoughts: If you got the money to throw away, by all means. But you should probably buy extended warranties. Ask people you know who have played Xbox 360 for a long while what system they are on. If you get anyone who has played for over a couple of years answering their first system, they are lying.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/28/2009 10:11:20 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIT'S A GO.....

Pros: Great graphics, no noise other than the system functioning. I would have to say this one is going to work. Since the last one had to be RMAed back to Newegg after a day.

Cons: The system was created to be horizontal or vertical. Not sure if that is true at this point. I've read post stating not to go vertical not to sure. Microsoft needs to post something about this issue.

Other Thoughts: Hopefully last awhile. Big Call of Duty fan, and don't know if I could go a day without it.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/20/2009 6:03:48 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsWhat Can I Say.....

Pros: Thank You Newegg for the RMA.....

Cons: I purchased this item in 5/2009. Thinking Microsoft had the issues worked out. I was wrong after 1 day of playing the hard drive starts chirping and the dvd drive starts clicking. I'm sending it back to Newegg for a new one......

Other Thoughts: Why can't Microsoft build a system that works for more than a day or a month. It can't be that hard....

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/5/2009 3:52:46 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsPRO BUNDLE

Pros: I am so glad I have one now it is awsome XBOX live is amazing the option so you can watch netflix on the system is awsome. I got Holiday bundle that came with the stupid 2 game disc.

Cons: Doesnt have built in wifi, Now microsoft is coming out with one that has Halo 3 and Fable II in the elite I beleive, wish I waited for that but oh well.

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  • Gary B.
  • 4/20/2009 4:04:01 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsNot worth it.

Pros: More online action than other systems

Cons: Reliability. Three systems, two failures. You never know how long this system will last. Our first one lasted nine months. Third one lasted three weeks. Yeah, Microsoft extended the warranty, but do you buy these systems to play or keep sending in for repair?

Other Thoughts: Teenagers prefer this game because there are more online players that give them a better playing environment because of the higher number of players using this system. When the game first came out it had more action/shooter games than the others, but that gap has been closed dramatically of late. Go online and research the reliability of these systems. XBox 360 has a failure rate ranging between 33-42%. That makes it the least reliable electronic product that I know. Do yourself a favor and buy the other brands. This one is a ripoff.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/1/2009 11:14:21 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent System

Pros: The Xbox 360 is the superior console of the 3 next-gen consoles currently in store. It has a far superior list of games to any other system, by far the most comfortable and good looking controllers, the sleekest looking system, an amazingly well laid out and planned out dashboard, and Xbox Live is by far the most well laid out online featurette of any of the consoles.

Cons: Older models often got the RROD, but these new models don't have that problem. Xbox Live isn't free (but I'd rather pay than have to deal with the PS3's crumby design), and there isn't HD DVD Support. But that's only now a $20 add-on. These are the only cons.

Other Thoughts: People who are getting these joke problems such as their disks getting grinded really have little tech knowledge. It's got absolutely nothing to do with the system. While the 360 was designed to work standing up or lying down, IT'S NOT MEANT TO BE TIPPED WHILE PLAYING. This is why this happens, as it does with ALL DVD devices. When you tip it, the disk moves around and gets scratched by the reader. It's entirely user error, nothing related to system faults. Making this mistake is a clumbsy user error.

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/23/2008 7:57:04 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsGood Console, Terrible Production / Sauders

Pros: Ok so I had a first gen 360. Sold it after about 6 months due to lack of games. Now there is a bunch of new games out. So I gave it another shot, bought a bunch of new games (Fable 2, Last Remnant, GOW2, Too Human.

Cons: So I got a OCT 2008 Model. I notice a brand new disc gets disc read errors every time. (No I do not turn console while playing) So i figure its the DVD-Rom. Fable 2 and every new game wont load, Disc read error every time. The console turns on, DVDs dont. Some do, Ninja Gaiden 2 did.

- So I decide to get a holiday bundle, Guess what?? The disc read error is not there. I can actually play games out of the box unlike the other one. So I pop in Too Human. Play it for about an hour. Game Freezes, I turn off the console and turn it on BAM RROD less then 24 hours after I bought the second Console. After much research and everyone I know having Returned their console and or in the process of getting it back. I am beginning to think they just dont care about making people upset. Because 2 consoles in a row outright blown for no reason is not right. It really takes the fun out of gaming.

Other Thoughts: I just cant deal with it anymore Everytime I think I can start playing a game. It dies, and I dont think that if I finally get a working console. That I can play a game without the feeling of breaking my console. Its just not the way people should play games, worrying of breaking there product.

Ironically enough Upon looking at the inside of the consoles Foxconn has made the motherboard. Which also happens to be the manufacturer of my motherboard that died after 34 days after purchase. Just a food for thought

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