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- Sleek New Design
- 4GB internal memory.Built-in Wi-Fi
- Whisper Quiet
- Part Number: XBX4GBCNTRBUN
- This item is non returnable.
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XBOX 360 S STD SYSTEM 4GB 4GB.
From the Manufacturer
Xbox 360 4GB Console
- Xbox 360 has blockbuster games, HD movies and controller-free fun for everyone
- Built-in Wi-Fi for easy connection to Xbox LIVE
- Super quiet with sleek new design plus matching controller
- Ready for the controller-free fun of Kinect
The new Xbox 360 4GB Console. Here today, ready for tomorrow with a brand new, leaner machine. Wi-Fi is built-in for easier connection to the world of entertainment on Xbox LIVE, where HD movies and TV stream in an instant. It’s ready for the controller-free experiences of Kinect – you don’t just play the game, you are the game. Xbox 360 is more games, entertainment and fun.
- Xbox 360 4GB S Console
- Xbox 360 Black Wireless Controller
- Xbox 360 Composite A/V cable (standard definition)
- 1 year limited warranty on console
Built-in Wi-Fi: The new Xbox 360 is the only console with 802.11n Wi-Fi built-in for a faster and easier connection to Xbox LIVE. Stream HD movies and TV or download games from Xbox LIVE in 1080p and 5.1 surround sound from anywhere in the house. Compatible with b/g/n networks.
Xbox LIVE: Xbox LIVE brings a world of entertainment to you. Instantly watch movies and TV streaming from Netflix. In crystal-clear HD, or download game add-ons like new levels, characters, maps and songs. Easily jump right into online multiplayer fun and play along with friends around the world. Plus, get your favorite music from Last.fm, connect with friends on Facebook and post Tweets on Twitter. Xbox LIVE is your connection to more games, entertainment and fun.
Kinect Ready: Featuring a dedicated, specialized port, the Xbox 360 4GB is built to connect seamlessly with the Kinect Sensor. Kinect brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary new ways – no controller required. Easy to use and instantly fun, Kinect gets everyone off the couch moving, laughing and cheering. See a ball? Kick it. Want to join a friend in the fun? Simply jump in. Even control an HD movie with a wave of your hand.
Xbox 360 Wireless Controller (black): This award-winning, high-performance wireless controller features a range of up to 30 feet and a battery life of up to 30 hours on two AA batteries.
More ports: Connect more accessories and storage solutions with added USB ports. Now with a total of 5, (3 back/2 front) you’ll find more places to plug and play. Plus, in addition to the standard Ethernet port and HDMI output, we’ve added an integrated optical audio out port for an easier connection to the booming sound of your A/V receiver.Attach Recommendations
- Kinect Sensor
- Xbox 360 250GB S Hard Drive
- Xbox LIVE Gold 12 month card
- Microsoft 1600 Points Card
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This box is actually a huge multimedia streaming device that just happens to play cool video games. With a Gold membership, I have access to my Amazon library, Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and Internet Explorer. That's not considering that it can stream my music and ripped DVD collection from my desktop.
For cable subscribers, with a $100 cablecard device, you can have the cable guy hook-up your desktop to Winows Media Center. This gives DVR functionality to your computer. The Xbox will interface with your computer and stream your live TV and recorded programs in HD. Did you know that Microsoft developed the software that Cable/satellite companies use for total Home DVR? It's called XBMC (sound familiar?)and it's already built into the Xbox and Windows. With a second Xbox in another room, you can use the same interface to access live TV and recorded programs from your desktop depending on how many tuners your cablecard device has. Total Home DVR usually costs $50-$60 a month extra on your cable bill. Microsoft offers it as a free service. Of course, that requires a lot of bandwidth, so you may want to consider upgrading your router or internet speed if it's not very fast.
I also saw that Skyrim and Crysis 3 were generally playing better on 360 than on PS3, and that kind of surprised me, because the PS3 has a superior processor. The difference though is that the PS3 has a static 256MB of graphics memory and static 256MB of system memory. The 360 has 512MB total memory, and that is dynamically allocated, so depending on how the game is using it, you could have more than 256MB for graphics, and I think that is why those games were playing better. Now, I will say that Skyrim still runs better on PC, but overall, it's pretty smooth on the 360. The only time it hiccups is when you use certain shouts.
Pros (vs PS3 CECH-3001A)
- More available graphics memory, depending on usage
- Faster WiFi (802.11n vs 802.11g)
- Capacitive touch buttons (PS3 got rid of those for some reason, but I think they're cool)
- More USB ports
- Forza and Halo
- Nicer user interface
- Inferior processor (PS3 Cell Broadband Engine is roughly comparable to earlier model Intel Core i7)
- No Blu-Ray drive
- AV connector that comes with it covers up HDMI port, so you either have to do some trimming or get a different connector if you want your video going over HDMI, but your sound going over analog AV (I have my console connected to my computer monitor. The speakers are separate)
- XBOX Live Gold membership required to use any internet apps.
- No support for Logitech steering wheels (this was rather disappointing, as my 10 year old PC steering wheel worked just fine with Gran Turismo 5 on PS3)
- No ability to re-assign controllers on the fly
But all in all, it is a nice console and it has better exclusive titles available for it.
If you already own the controllers from a previous 360 and don't want any additional games included (or Kinect), this 4GB package along with a 250GB HD bought separately can be a smarter buy if your timing's right. The price on these (as well as the HDs) fluctuate so often that many people will end up getting a better bargain buying the 250GB bundle. The day after I got one of these, the price went back up another $15 and the 250GB bundle price went down slightly.
All that aside, I chose this bundle primarily for the matte black finish (rather than the glossy) and, as an added bonus, they threw a bunch of Xbox Live Arcade games on the 4GB memory drive.
My old Xbox was bought in '07 and served me well all the way up until this one arrived. It was really starting to show its age and was getting noisier by the day. This new one is so much better, quieter... hell, even the games seem to run and look a lot smoother. If you're tired of listening to your old 360 croaking and whining, this is the upgrade to get.