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Microsoft Xbox 360 S (250GB)

Microsoft Xbox 360 S (250GB)
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Microsoft Xbox 360 Pro (20GB)

Microsoft Xbox 360 Pro (20GB)
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Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite (120GB)

Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite (120GB)
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Price $250 at 1 store $299 at 1 store $199 at 1 store
CNET editors' rating
4.0 stars Excellent
    Overall score: 8.6 (4.0 stars)
4.0 stars Excellent
    Overall score: 8.5 (4.0 stars)
4.0 stars Excellent
    Overall score: 8.5 (4.0 stars)
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Average user rating 3.5 stars out of 106 reviews 3.5 stars out of 1219 reviews 3.5 stars out of 195 reviews 3.5 stars out of 22 reviews
Release date June 23, 2010 November 22, 2005 April 29, 2007 November 01, 2007
The Bottom Line Though the new Xbox 360 certainly addresses most of the concerns we've had with the versions before it, we don't think it warrants a purchase if you already own an Xbox 360 in working order with an HDMI-out port and a hard drive. With its extensive digital media features, a superior online service, and an excellent game library, the Xbox 360 remains the game console to beat. While it's neither a must-have upgrade for existing 360 owners nor as feature-packed as the PS3, the Xbox 360 Elite's combination of top-notch gaming and digital media features make it the current game console of choice.

Basic specs

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Video RAM installed Info unavailable 10 MB
10 MB
10 MB
Max resolution (external) [Jul 2, 2008 from CDS: Video Output] 1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
Processor type Info unavailable PowerPC
PowerPC
PowerPC
Graphics Processor Info unavailable ATI Xbox 360
ATI Xbox 360
ATI Xbox 360
Media Type DVD
DVD
DVD
DVD
RAM installed size Info unavailable 512 MB
512 MB
512 MB
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