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|Weber564||9:41pm on Thursday, October 21st, 2010|
|My brother recently bought a 360 Arcade unit, so I got him this cable so he could play in high def. Simple and works great In this day and age. its and xbox, not much negatives about it plus newegg shipped it out SUPER fast been awhile since ive owned an xbox i forgot how loud it is my other review was 1 egg, i still think it somewhat deserves the one egg...|
|alexl||3:59am on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
|It is reliable and fun and a great choice for a gift for children.Xbox 360 Elite: Love ItPros:Great, reliable, and endless hours of fun. This system is quality. You should buy it for its graphics, games, and xbox live community.|
|ivanb||5:21pm on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|If you want a good console go for a PS3 or a Wii. Noting at all Xbox live is expensive and the thing freezes up I like the xbox 360 more now that the JASPER chip was put in every XBOX 360 and what it is is a chip that prevents overheating plus they reduces the v... The Xbox is definitely the machine of choice when looking to get a gaming console minus the fact that it does not have a bluray player. If i had to compare. Whats better, Xbox360 or Playstation3. I would say Xbox360 by far.|
|Indans2||3:56am on Friday, July 16th, 2010|
|This is my second 360 system I have purchased. I only got this due to the HDMI function. Since my Sony TV is 1080p I decided to make the jump.|
|ward2t2||9:03pm on Friday, July 2nd, 2010|
|XBOX Elite is a sweet system and you could have more space for your games and instead of having a 60 GIG hard Drive you get double the space and boy f...|
|jonrkc||11:43pm on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010|
|Yippie Bought it for my son for birthday present. Product was received quickly and works like a charm. excelente demasiado bueno el equipo y sobre todo el embalaje que le solicite a amazon fue perfecto los tiempos de entrega los graficos del xbox son bu...|
|i.j._inson||6:02am on Sunday, April 18th, 2010|
|I lost my launch Xbox360 with three red rings, so I bought this elite. it works fine and it has an extra heatsink so it seems to be ok now. I owned a Premium ever since they came out, but it recently broke down. Just before the announcement of the 3-year warranty. With the 360, spending more buys you more. The extra $100 over the Pro package is well worth it for the extra 100GB on the hard drive.|
|Milan||1:19am on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|This is a wonderful gaming system. It is fast and offers regular game play along with online game play If you put console in a small area. Excellent hardward, sound, and video capabilities. Once you have it set up just the way you want it the machine delivers a real multimedia experience. HD quality, great game library, downloadable content, online gaming system can be loud.|
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