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- 802.11n Wi-Fi Built-in For A Faster And Easier Connection
- Internal, Removable 250GB Hard Drive
- Kinect Ready
- Xbox 360 Black Wireless Controller and Headset Included
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Play, watch, save, store-expand your entertainment possibilities. The massive 250GB hard drive has plenty of space for games, high-definition TV and movies, Games on Demand, game demos and add-ons, music, plus so much more. It's the easiest way to get the most from your Xbox 360.
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I've had my new 360 for almost two months now, and I couldn't be more pleased. As another reviewer wrote "this is the system they should've released a long time ago". I really wanted to write a review to add to the discussion, so here goes.
* It really is whisper quiet. The difference is night and day between the new slim and older models.
* The touch sensitive buttons for power and eject are very cool. For the volume of the noises that both buttons make when "pressed", I do wish there was an option to turn it down or off (a minor annoyance at best).
* I was immediately taken by how small the console is. Ventilation is greatly improved, and the big fan does its job to move hot air up and out of the console very efficiently. I agree with other reviewers that it is probably best to use the console in the horizontal position to help make the cooling process more efficient. The "standing" position is probably best for photo shoots only. When you feel the heat that the fan sends out, it seems only logical that the horizontal placement is better.
* The built in wireless was very easy to setup and I was able to connect with my wireless G router in minutes - literally. Was a load off my mind to know I wouldn't have to go out and buy a wireless adapter as with the older consoles.
* It comes with a controller with batteries and an Xbox live headset. Plus you get a trial Xbox live membership for a month I think.
* As a mac user, I don't have much use for the media options which allow you to connect with PCs and stream music, videos etc.
* It is Kinect ready. I'm not yet a fan of Kinect or the available titles, so as a feature this was neither here or there to me.
* I almost got the 4 GB version but ultimately decided to go with the 250 GB. I subsequently learned that USB storage with the 4 GB version would've worked just as well for my purposes, but that said the 250 GB storage is great and more convenient than USB drives sticking out of the console (even though that works just as well to load games and store game data).
* I don't have an issue with the glossy finish as many other people seem to have. If you are someone who is constantly relocating the console or don't dust regularly, then maybe fingerprints and dust might be an issue for you. The matte finish of the 4GB version would've been a nice option, but I understand the need to visually differentiate the two consoles and the finish is logical choice.
* The best part of this is that I was able to pick up a bunch of very low-cost, popular used games on amazon which were in "like-new" condition. This is a great way to build your library. So all told the cost of the console plus the games was close to what I had planned on spending on one of the elite bundles from a while back (except I got to choose only good games).
So, if like me you've been thinking about getting a 360 for a while and have been putting it off, now is a good time to get one.
* Update: Almost a year later, the console is still working perfectly.
Shoppers may want to note the difference between the 360S (this one) and the 360E. The E is a base line model and has no TOS Link port. You will also lose the multi A/V out on the E so if you intend to use component or AV inputs on your TV you will be stuck with an E. The E also only has four USB ports and uses physical push type buttons like on the original 360s.
Bottom line, THIS is the Xbox 360 to get as a replacement or if you are just getting started with Xbox 360s! As with every model, you will need your own HDMI cable to get started.