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Xbox 360 Elite Console 120GB with 2 Bonus Games

Platform : Xbox 360
3.6 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews

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Elite 120GB 2008 Holiday bundle
  • Premium black finish
  • 120GB hard drive
  • Sleek black finish wireless controller
  • HDMI lets you get HD video (up to 1080p)
  • Includes 2 games - LEGO Indiana Jones and Kung Fu Panda
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Edition: Elite 120GB 2008 Holiday bundle

Product Description

Edition: Elite 120GB 2008 Holiday bundle

Product Description

matte black finish with a wrls controller and headset, 120 GB HDD, ethernet cable, HDMI port - cable included, Xbox Live membership - silver


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.

Under the Hood

Xbox 360 with wireless controller
Xbox 360, shown with wireless controller, is a sleek, customizable gaming and entertainment system
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 10 MB of embedded DRAM. 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 this console package includes a 120GB hard drive. 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 shown with the ultimate gaming package

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.

Xbox 360 Console Chooser

Go Live

A built-in Ethernet port allows users to connect their system to a broadband connection for access to the new Xbox Live Silver. The included service 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. The subscription service Xbox Live Gold adds to that online competition, game stats, and video chat/messaging. The separately sold wireless adapter supports the common 802.11a, -b, and -g standards.

What's in the Box?

  • Xbox 360 Elite console (black)
  • 120GB hard drive
  • Wireless Controller (black)
  • Xbox Live Headset (black)
  • HDMI port
  • HDMI cable
  • Xbox Live Silver membership
  • One-month subscription to Xbox Live Gold
  • LEGO Indiana Jones Game
  • Kung Fu Panda Game

Product Details

Edition: Elite 120GB 2008 Holiday bundle
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001FPFVD0
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 12.2 x 3.3 inches ; 14.2 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 8, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,230 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Edition: Elite 120GB 2008 Holiday bundle
I just received my X-box. It was an upgrade from the old x-box I have and still have it. I played the X-box 360 for one day,ONE DAY and already had the 3 red ring of death, WTF!!!! I should bought the playstation 3. The old X-box is still going strong.
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Edition: Elite 120GB 2008 Holiday bundle
I've been waiting and waiting to buy a 360 until this holiday season in hopes that the package was good. Unfortunately I'm stuck with Kung Fu Panda, and Lego Indiana Jones. While they are fun, I much would have rather had Forza 2 and Marvell:UA. However, I did buy it on the Monday of Thanksgiving and got The Last Remnant and a 4000pt Xbox card with it from Amazon. Great Deal!!

If you are trying to decide which Xbox 360 system to buy, there are a couple things to consider: Hard Drive, connectivity, and network.

For me, new owner, the first thing was the large 120gb HDD. I'm a moderately hardcore gamer, and don't want to have to think twice about space left on my hard drive. However, now there is the 60gb version which should be great for most people. But if you look at the price of the 120gb HDD alone ($150), the Elite is a much better deal.

The HDMI output was the second major deciding factor for me as I wanted the best possible picture from my games and movies. Plus my TV has more HDMI ports than component cable connections.

Also, right now the Xbox Live network is by far the strongest online gaming network. The others might and probably will catch up in the future, but right now Xbox live is the top online gaming network. So being able to play online with family and friends right now was important. Not many people have a PS3, which means that A: play games offline, or online by yourself; or B: make new online friends in a small gaming network. I chose the Xbox.

As a side note: I assumed that since the new chips, Jasper, have been around for a month that the new holiday bundles would have had them, but they didn't. Mine was manufactured in April, which is the Falcon.

If you are unsure about the Elite compared to the 60gb Pro, compare your choices here:
Enjoy your new Xbox360!!
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Background: I bought the XBox Elite as a Christmas present for myself and got a great deal through Amazon (in the end I paid less than I would for a Used Wii). It takes me a while to get through games and I own a lot of open world/sandbox games so that means they'll pile up. I have a Playstation 2 and there are still a few games I'm playing for that system, but a majority of my time lately has been on the XBox.

Review: Currently I've played one Original Xbox game, three 360 games and I'm currently on my fourth and fifth. The Original Xbox game was Fable: The Lost Chapters and it was great. I wish I could have had the option to install it to the hard drive as the load times drove me crazy. Also, after a few weeks, the game would lock up at least once per play through and I would have to start over from my last save. No discernible reason for it, it just got stuck (most of the time in Oakvale, other times after a couple hours, once or twice after only a few minutes). I enjoyed the game, but one would think the 360 would have been able to run the original games better.

The 360 games were as follows: Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, which I had played individually on the PS2 and enjoyed the improved graphics and new content. The Simpsons Game, which was a fun game and a great fit for the show. And Dead Rising, which I bought because of the "use anything as a weapon", but was apprehensive about playing because I don't normally play that kind of genre. That game was also a lot of fun and I even managed to unlock the MegaBlaster...after four hours of driving back and forth in the parking garage. Currently, I'm playing Burnout Paradise and Crackdown and jumping over buildings in both. Whee!
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I bought this as an early gift for my adult daughter and her boyfriend since they won't be here for Christmas ... and they say it's fantastic! Don't ask me what HDMI means or why you need a 120 GB hard drive to play video games?? This bundle was the best package and price deal I could find and I shopped at least four other local stores, plus Walmart, Costco, Best Buy and Game Stop online. I also purchased an extra wireless controller thru Amazon (it only comes with one ... go figure) because the price was competitive and it was also available in the same color as the base unit. I would still suggest rechecking all those stores as many are having great Christmas sales with the economy like it is. Still finding it hard to believe game systems cost as much as a home PC these days!
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I was fortunate enough to get this holiday bundle for even cheaper than its already reasonable sticker price--I got it from the Amazon Warehouse deals section. From what I understand, they offer discounts on products that have some sort of damage to the box etc, in this case I got seventy dollars off because the box supposedly "had a crushed corner". Oddly enough, when I received the bundle in the mail, the box looked mostly fine--it just had a few creases on one of the corners, which I probably wouldn't even have noticed had I not been looking for it.

On the inside, all of the components were in perfect condition. I hooked everything up to my new 40" Samsung 1080p hdtv, and it all worked as expected. There are several different cables that came with the system, though I am only using the HDMI cable. I'd be lying if I said that I didn't really care about the games and just got this bundle because it was so greatly discounted, but the Lego Indiana Jones game is actually really fun--even for someone approaching thirty. I haven't tried out the Kung Fu Panda game as of yet, but the system and the Lego Indiana Jones game were well worth the price by themselves.

Overall, the system is great--they did much better this time around when compared to the original Xbox. There are tons of great games, and you can download all kinds of demos, stream Netflix movies, and harass your friends online. I do have a few qualms though, which are mostly related to the greediness that I perceive Microsoft to have. I was really excited about the fact that the Wii had a built in wireless networking card (though the online options for that system are scant at best).
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