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Microsoft Xbox 360 Deluxe Console 20 GB Hard drive White

  • Component Video Support
  • ATI Xbox 360 - 256-bit - graphics acceleration
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The XBOX 360 is built for the next generation of gamers. Gamers that won’t settle for anything less than playing the highest quality games and getting the most functionality out of a video game console. The XBOX 360’s newly designed white tower is simply beautiful! This beauty not only allows you to play the most spectacular looking games, but it also provides playback of high-definition video, DVD movies, music (mp3’s and CD’s), and digital photos.

The XBOX 360 is built to support video playback on HDTV resolutions of 720p, 1080i & 1080p. The XBOX 360’s upgradeable 20 GB hard drive gives you the ability to save games, music and other media on the console to have them readily available for when you want them. The XBOX 360 comes equipped with a 12x dual layer DVD-ROM to play all your games and progressive-scan DVD’s the moment it arrives at your door! Thanks to its hard drive the XBOX 360 is backward compatible permitting you to play all your old XBOX games in a whole different light.

The XBOX 360 comes with a built-in Ethernet port to allow broadband internet connectivity to XBOX Live for online gaming. The XBOX 360’s wireless controllers have been redesigned to enhance game playability and your overall gaming enjoyment. The XBOX 360 stands head and shoulders above all other video game consoles. The XBOX 360 has no competitors because it’s in a class all of its own. Experience gaming on another level. Pick up the X-BOX 360 today!

  • newegg Premium Chrome Finish The fully-loaded Xbox 360 console with premium chrome finish provides the ultimate solution for serious gamers and delivers an unsurpassed gaming and entertainment experience.
  • newegg 20GB Hard Drive The 20GB hard drive expands your Xbox 360 experience with downloadable content – save your games, Xbox Live gamer profile, game demos and custom soundtracks from your own music collection! It also lets you play an array of original Xbox games and even comes preloaded with an Xbox Live Arcade game, music and videos.
  • newegg Wireless Controller The Xbox 360 wireless controller work at a 30-foot operating range for up to 40 hours using two AA batteries. Also connect the Play & Charge Kit when the low battery warning comes on for uninterrupted gameplay. Plug the Xbox 360 headset into the controller for full two-way voice communication: a wireless first.
  • newegg Xbox Live Headset The Xbox 360 headset heightens your experience of the Xbox Live online gaming community – strategize with teammates, trash-talk opponents, or just chat with friends while playing your favorite games. Record and leave short voice messages for your friends or family through the free Xbox Live Message Service, or connect with your online buddies !
  • newegg Component HD AV Cable Showcase the stunning Xbox 360’s high-definition graphics with the component connection on your HDTV! Play high-quality audio with the included stereo connection or use the optical audio port for digital sound as well. The eight-foot shielded cable also includes traditional composite connections for use with standard-definition televisions.

General

Brand
Microsoft
Part Number
B4J00001
Type
Xbox 360 Deluxe Console
Color
White

Processor

Processor Type
3.2 GHz Triple Core IBM PowerPC

Memory/Storage

Installed RAM
512 MB GDDR3 SDRAM
Storage Capacity
20 GB Hard drive
Optical Drive Type
DVD-ROM 12x - Tray

Graphics

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

Audio

Sound Output
16-bit / Surround Sound

Communication

Ethernet
10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX

Input Device

Controller
Xbox 360 Wireless Controller

Connections

USB
USB 2.0 x 3
Controller Port
2
Memory Unit slot
2
AV Cable Port
1
RJ-45
1

Feature

Package Content
Xbox 360 Console
Xbox 360 Hard Drive (20GB)
Xbox 360 Wireless Controller
Component HD AV Cable
Xbox 360 Headset and Ethernet Cable
One Month Xbox Live Gold Trial, plus free Xbox Live Silver Membership
Power supply and cord
Instruction manuals

Free Silver membership requires a broadband Internet connection and an Xbox 360 storage device (hard drive or memory unit). Customers living in Korea under the age of 14 and players who have previously been banned from Xbox Live are ineligible.

Dimensions/Weight

Height
3"
Width
12"
Depth
10"
Weight
7.7 lbs.

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  • Jay H.
  • 5/27/2008 10:47:24 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsGet the HDMI one, save yourself a warranty repair!

Pros: Xbox 360 is the best console out there. It has incredible games and is reasonably priced. I think the 360's controller is the best gamepad controller ever, so I'm glad I can use it with the console as well as my PC. The graphics are good, and it looks incredible using VGA connection to my 20" monitor.

Cons: The ones without HDMI (Newegg is marking this page as the ones without HDMI) are the first hardware revision. These units are doomed to fail. Almost every system that gets the infamous Red Ring of Death is a hardware revision 1 system (aka Xenon) and has no HDMI port. The ones that have HDMI also have internal improvements to reduce the chances of RRoD. The new HDMI ones have a bigger heatsink and a 65nm CPU instead of a 90nm CPU to reduce heat. There is a 4th hardware revision planned that will have a 65nm GPU as well. I would wait until that comes out to buy.

Other Thoughts: I got my 360 from a friend. He bought a no-HDMI version 1 system right when they came out. A few months ago, his system got the Red Ring of Death, so he bought a new system with HDMI to replace it, figuring the improvements would be better than a refurbished RRoD system. He gave me the broken unit and I fixed it, but it is far from perfect. I plan on purchasing a replacement system when the next version becomes available.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/7/2008 1:56:18 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsPULLING MY HAIR OUT

Pros: Xbox live is awesome, a very great product by MS,
I love the game selection

Cons: The system itself, so what if the network works great and the games are awesome, need a system that works, I am lucky that I have yet to get RROD, all my problems have be video card failuers, 3 TIMES, I am about to get my 4th box in 2 YEARS. The last one lasted only 5 months.

Other Thoughts: Hopefully, the upgrade to Blueray this fall will help with the heavier disks being used by the newer games GTA IV. I have been an Xbox owner for 8 years, the original was great, but the 360 has been a big waste.

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  • Kory K.
  • 4/25/2008 7:16:57 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Console - Excellent Price

Pros: Graphics
Stability
Superior game selection
Xbox 360 - Media Center Compatibility
High Definition
Superior online gaming - Massive community
Delicious design

Cons: Fairly large power consumption - Expect a slight raise in your electric bill if you play this a lot.
Prone to defects - I'm on my 3rd one, maybe it's just bad luck or a bad patch, they did have trouble in the beginning, but what consoles don't? But the current one works outstandingly good, I've not had a single problem with it that I didn't create.
Loud - If your not use to a loud computer, then this will be loud at first, but really, you don't even notice it when your getting into your game. If you have a problem with the noise, then your need a different game, plus, it's the excellent excuse to turn your stereo system up!
Possible Space Problem - If you use the Market Place a lot, you'll have a problem with your 20 gig, by the 120 gig.

Other Thoughts: Specs smecs. Listen, PS3 or Xbox 360, they both rock. You won't notice a difference, go with the cheaper one, honestly, throw all the numbers you want about the PS3, you won't notice 500 million triangles per second from 499 million, honestly, the number with these two consoles are too close to even see, the human eye can't pick that up, unless your bionic.

The XBox is better not because it's more powerful, they're both the same in my book, but because of its online community, its game line up, Xbox 360 Exclusive games, and it's actual game selection, and it's compatibility with your computer, my two favorite things together, what more could one ask for?

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  • Donald F.
  • 4/24/2008 7:47:30 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsMicrosoft has come a long way

Pros: I own all three systems for over a year. The only one I still play continually is the 360.

The Wii is fun for a bit and likely worth buying due to it being easily accessible by everyone. Also a good party favor.

PS3, really hardly use this. The online is nearly worthless, no wonder its free. Online suppose to be better but 'Home' is delayed yet again. Suppose to have good games coming, but lots of talk with little to back it up. Blu-Ray player its main use, but I'm almost exclusively digital download now for HD content.

360 is a real gaming machine. Long list of AAA titles and more coming. I prefer the controllers on the 360 more so than the other two machines. XBOX live is the main reason to own a 360, its an incredible service and improving every week.

Overall the 360 is the one to get, by a long shot. The Wii is a fun toy but not good for a serious gamer. PS3 is lots of potential and promises but not much delivered.

Cons: Reliability of course. I have owned my 360 over a year and not had any issues. I've played it quite a bit but kept it cool and clean. Perhaps it will die off on me one day, but I would have no second thoughts buying another immediately.

Other Thoughts: Console wars are rather silly. Everyone does have their own opinions. My opinion is if you're an American or European gamer, the 360 is the absolute best.

Also tired of sending so much cash to the Asian companies (Nintendo, Sony) support an American developed product for once.

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  • Brandon A.
  • 4/19/2008 5:30:57 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsBest of the next gens

Pros: Excellent game library. The game library of the Xbox 360 far surpasses that of the PS3, which is gaining, but is still lacking. Phenominal online, great graphics.

Cons: I'm on console #3, as the first 2 have suffered the dreaded Red Rings of Death. Faulty Hardware, system runs hot and loud, and scratches games.

Other Thoughts: This review would have very well been a 5 if it weren't for the hardware failures I've experienced while owning a 360. There is a new motherboard coming out, so hopefully MS is rectifying the problem.

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  • Nestor R.
  • 4/5/2008 1:46:36 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsNot as great as people make it seem.

Pros: People always say how the 360's line up completely blows the PS3's out of the water. I own both consoles and have completely regretted buying this console. For one, if you in any way shape or form have a gaming quality pc (doesn't have to be spectacular, my 8600GT can almost max out Bioshock) then so far the 360 is useless for the most part. I own only 6 games, and of those I have only enjoyed 3, Lost Odyssey the only one that won't go to PC. All of the older hidden gems were also on PC, and I have already played them.

It does have a good selection of games, but no longer is it leagues ahead of the comptetition. The PS3 has already started selling consoles at the same rate or better than the 360, and 2008 will be a great year for the PS3 since a bunch of games are coming out (MGS4, Haze, FFXIII and Versus XIII, Resistance 2 and many more exclusives). Both consoles are great and it only comes down to exclusives, in my opinion the PS3 delivers more in not just quality but veriety

Cons: Hardware failure is rediculous, it's also funny how they're pretty much given up on finding a solution, since the whole console is badly engineered from the roots, now they'll pretty much cover you with a warranty till the end of this generation, which is nice of them to do, but still annoying. Also the sound output of this thing is insane. The DVD drive sounds like a jet engine, and the fans are on full blast at all times. Also, why don't they include a battery back for the controller?

Other Thoughts: PS3 is not that expensive anymore, it's midway between a premium and an elite.

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/2/2008 11:12:14 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsComplete waste

Pros: Strong online support, awsome controller

Cons: Worst quality of any electronic product i have ever owned, i just got rid of my 6th one, and am never getting another one. it may have a good gaming library, but i can play all those "exclusive" games on PC now or later. Not a very strong line up for the rest of the lifecycle of this console, unless your a halo freak. by the time you buy all the accessories, you may have well bought the elite, or better yet a PS3.

Other Thoughts: I have never had so many technical problems with any electronic device i have EVER owned. and i have owned like 3 ipods. this system is already dead, hardly any games for next year that are truly "exclusive" my only options are PS3 and wii, and since the wii is a kids toy, ill go with the mighty PS3, GT5, MGS4, LBP, FF13, cant go wrong there.

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  • John C.
  • 4/2/2008 12:06:50 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat value, great games!

Pros: Game Library, Live Marketplace, Best online support bar none

Cons: Reliability of older units, Fee based live subscription, noise level, no web browser (common, even the humble Wii has this capability)

Other Thoughts: This system is a great value and has much to offer. As a owner of a Wii, I was looking for a system to satisfy my lust for next-gen graphics and great online play. The 360 pro satisfies my requirements and then some. Honestly, it was a toss up between the 360 and PS3 but ultimately the exclusives, online support and price point tipped the scales towards xbox.

If you find yourself having to decide between the PS3 and 360 the only advice I can give you is this: Don't break your back during the process, as you can't go wrong with either console (assuming of course that the RROD issue has been resolved.) Base your decision on what features are most important to you. Avoid the hype and flame wars as you will find ample ammunition in either camp. Both systems offer a killer gaming experience and whatever the PS3 currently lacks with its game library and multiplayer, it will surely close the gap in the next year or so.

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  • Mark E.
  • 3/31/2008 7:03:33 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsGreat System

Pros: Great Games, Plays Dvds, Xbox Live market place is amazing, Upscales Dvds out of the box, Very powerful Machine.

Cons: It is a little noisy when the drive is spinning. You dont really notice it when playing games but when you turn the 360 off everything gets so much quieter and youll be like "Wow, so this is what quiet sounds like!". The 360 may have made a minor scratch on my disk but not sure since didnt check disc before putting it in, if it did it only happened once so far and disc is still fine.

Other Thoughts: This is a great console. If your thinking between this and PS3, get this one unless you are hell bent on getting blu ray right now. Although the ps3 and 360 share many cross platform titles, 360s are better because they have better anistropic filtering capabilities, more accurate colors, and if the game is online, the 360s version will always be better. Xbox live has a MUCH hgher population compared to the Playstation Network. Usually online games end up being well populatedo n 360 and nearly deserted on the PS3. This may change in a few years but right now Live is the way to go. Also i was pretty pleased to learn that the 360 supports dvd upscaling out of the box after i bought it. DVDs look great on my 40" HDTV.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/27/2008 10:16:14 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsbuying a 360? consider this!

Pros: The 360 doesnt have malfunction problems like everyone thinks. the "red rings of death " is a huuuge hype. what it is. is people are plugging their 360 into power surges. now that big brick of a power supply that comes with your system basically acts like a power surge.. you cant plug a power surge into another power surge. that equals bad. friend of mine works at microsoft. he said " more than 70 % of 360 hardware failure was because of third part products. ahem fans , and people werent plugging their system directly into a power outlet " anyway people. system nowadays are power houses. they do so much work to keep up with the demand. so they run hard, as expected. if you know anything about computers. sli's,raid. all that. they arent quiet. and they perform like a hardcore rig. like i said. the "red rings " are hype. mostly. the first launch systems werent that great. but after the initial batch was done. there shouldnt be any problems with models later 2006. buy a 360 its amazing

Cons: none really. more colors. better hard drive selection. satas etc.

Other Thoughts: the only other thing is, that consumers need to take care of their product. dont back your system up against a wall. or in a confined space. it needs AIR. natural air. not a fan. it runs hot. which makes them overheat if you dont keep up with it. you spent/spend aropund 400 bucks on this thing. treat it like a baby.

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