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Xbox 360 Pro Console 60GB with 2 Bonus Games

Platform : Xbox 360
144 customer reviews

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Pro 60GB w/ 2 Bonus Games
  • White finish
  • 60GB hard drive
  • Wireless controller
  • Go online with Xbox Live
  • Includes 2 games - LEGO Indiana Jones and Kung Fu Panda
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Edition: Pro 60GB w/ 2 Bonus Games

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matte white finish with a wrls controller and headset, 60 GB HDD, ethernet cable, HDMI port, Xbox Live membership - silver

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Xbox 360 sets a new pace for digital entertainment. More than just a cutting-edge game system, Xbox 360 also integrates high-definition video, DVD movie playback, digital music, photos, and online connectivity into one sleek, small tower, and in the process puts true Next-Gen power right at your fingertips.
Xbox 360 with wireless controller
Xbox 360, shown with wireless controller, is a sleek, customizable gaming and entertainment system

Under the Hood
Xbox 360 is much smaller than its predecessor--it measures approximately 3.3 by 12.2 by 10.2 inches and weighs 7.7 lbs. It's powered by custom IBM PowerPC-based CPU with three symmetrical cores each running at 3.2 GHz. It also carries a custom ATI graphics processor loaded with 10 MB of embedded DRAM, 48-way parallel floating-point dynamically scheduled shader pipelines and Unified shader architecture. This is powerful enough to draw 500 million triangles per second. In other words, it makes for great looking games in standard TV definition, and even better thanks to built-in support for HDTV 1080i televisions. It also supports the widescreen 16:9 format.

The unit has a 12x dual-layer DVD-ROM drive, which plays both the game media and progressive-scan DVD movies right out of the box. For game-save and media storage, users can choose between the detachable and upgradeable 60GB hard drive, or a separately sold 64MB flash Memory Unit. Along with storing files, the hard drive will make the Xbox 360 backward-compatible with part of the existing Xbox game library.

Control your Gameplay
Xbox 360 uses a refined button layout for its controllers. Back and Start buttons sit at the center of the controller and between them is a new Xbox Guide button, which instantly takes the user to the Xbox 360 user interface. From there, they can check for friends online, access personal digital content like photos and songs, and more. The black and white buttons of the first Xbox controllers have been replaced with new shoulder buttons placed above the left and right triggers. Xbox 360 can accommodate up to four wireless controllers and has three USB 2.0 slots to use for wired controllers or for streaming your digital media from digital cameras, MP3 players, and any Windows XP-based PC. Microsoft has also created a video-conferencing camera, sold separately, that will work with the system.

Xbox 360 user interface
Xbox 360 can manage your games, your online friends, and your personal digital library

Xbox 360 Console Chooser

The Media Experience
All Xbox 360 titles can be played in either standard or high-definition resolution in 16:9 widescreen, with anti-aliasing for smoother graphics. Game designers will be able to take advantage of the system's multi-channel surround sound. The Xbox 360's digital media allows users to supplement any game's music from tracks in their own personal library.

Go Live
A built-in Ethernet port allows users to connect their system to a broadband connection for access to Xbox Live. The Xbox Live Silver Membership included with the console lets anyone create a Gamertag and gamer card to express your online identity, chat live with voice chat, and connect to the Xbox Live Marketplace to buy expansions, maps, and other digital items for your games. You can also update to a Xbox Live Gold Membership at anytime for even more benefits. The separately sold wireless adapter supports the common 802.11a, -b, and -g standards.


What's in the Box?

  • Xbox 360 console
  • 60GB detachable hard drive
  • Wireless controller 
  • Xbox Live headset 
  • Standard / HD AV cable
  • Ethernet cable
  • Detachable faceplate
  • Xbox Live Silver membership
  • LEGO Indiana Jones Game
  • Kung Fu Panda Game

Product Details

Edition: Pro 60GB w/ 2 Bonus Games
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001FPBZ3U
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 12.2 x 3.3 inches ; 13.2 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 8, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Lerch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 11, 2009
Edition: Pro 60GB w/ 2 Bonus Games
The Xbox 360 is currently the #2 best selling "next generation" (guess this should be the NOW generation) video game system, second only to the Wii from Nintendo.

For your money, if you are purchasing a system where you wish to play nearly all the great games from this generation and HD movie viewing via Blu Ray isn't on your to-do list, this is the system to buy. Dollar for dollar, compared to the PS3, you are saving a ton of money while still being able to play most all of the must haves. The only must have games that you will be missing out on are the PS3 exclusives, not many of which exist (in my opinion only).

The controller has a great feel and with a rechargeable battery, play time wirelessly is quite extensive. The only issue I have with the controller is that it doesn't come with the rechargeable battery in the box. With regular AA batteries play time is roughly 4-6 hours from my experience. You can get 3-5 times this with the rechargeable pack.

The expanded hard drive space, compared to the previous Pro model 360, is 3x as large. One thing to keep in mind, this system comes with some games and videos on the drive, so when you first start the system you will have about 45 gigs of space, despite it being a 60 GB drive. Removing this content will get you up to about 52 gigs of space. The other 8 gigs, as with the previous 20 gig system, is taken up with the system software and data cache. Getting more than 52 gigs is difficult at best.

That being said, for most gamers, this will be more than enough space. You will be able to save a ton of saved games and still have room for demos, movies and so on that you may want.
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53 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Gadgety on November 1, 2008
Edition: Pro 60GB w/ 2 Bonus Games
Ok so unless you're a young child, Kung Fu Panda may not appeal to you. I haven't played it yet but am keeping it for my young niece and nephew. But I do believe the Lego game can be enjoyed by all ages. The Lego Star Wars game was very fun and a clever way to reproduce a movie with some extra latitude.

I had a 20GB 360 about a year ago. That thing would overheat (but not die) unless I had it in a vertical position, angled just right so most of the bottom was unsupported. I didn't have HD at the time and wasn't finding a lot of games that I like so I sold it. But now that I have a big screen HD, and many games have come out, I bought this holiday set. I probably would have bought the Lego game by itself so this was a treat.

I almost bought the Arcade version but knew that I'd need a hard drive for game demos and saves.

The two games are in the same case and I almost thought they weren't in the box! The game case is stored on the inside of one of the walls of box. I seriously thought I got shorted the games until I finally ripped the box apart more.

All in all this was a great purchase. I have the unit horizontal on a table with no heat issues at all. The power supply is orange/amber when not in use, which I thought meant something was wrong, but it just means standby.

If you're in the market for a new 360 you'd be almost nuts to pass this bundle up - much better than last years. The Marvel game had last-gen graphics and the racing game was forgettable. I can't wait to play Lego Indiana Jones!
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Chris on December 25, 2008
Edition: Pro 60GB w/ 2 Bonus Games
Let me start off by saying that I have a Love/Hate relationship with the X-Box 360.
I LOVE the games that come out for it. Gears of War 2, GTA IV, The Darkness, Unreal III, Call Of Duty IV, Left for Dead, and Saints Row 2 are some of the best games I've ever played on a console.
I HATE having the system die on me every 6 months. I am an adult gamer (27yrs old). I play for a maximum of 2hrs at a time and I took very good care of my 360's, yet they've all died on me in less than a year. Microsoft extended their warranty ONLY if you get the Three Red Rings Of Death. Of the 3 X-Box 360's that have died on me....not one has given me the three rings. Instead, I get one red ring and an E74 error message. Which means I have to pay $100 to get it fixed and wait 1 month (sometimes 2) to get it repaired. Most electronics, from Blu Ray Players to HDTVs have a standard one year warranty. Not this one. With the 360 you have to pray that you get the Three Red Rings. If not you have to cough up $100. What's the difference between between one red light and three? Why should I have to pay for their product being defective?
The 3rd time this happened to me in less than 7 months. I said, no more. I refuse to give Microsoft any more money for a product with such a HIGH failure rate.
What upsets me the most is that I've put a lot of money into the 360. Buying the wireless adapter,memory cards, battery chargers, subscribing to X-Box live, and owning more than 30 games, but I can't afford to buy a new system every couple of months. This experience has pushed me to sell all my 360 games and buy a PlayStation 3.
Bottom line is....The games on the 360 are amazing. The console itself is junk. If you don't mind the strong possibility (I've had a 100% failure rate) of having to buy a new one every 7 to 12 months then by all means get an X-Box 360. If your on a tight budget, then you might want to look elsewhere.
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