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Xbox 360 Slim 250GB Console
- Xbox 360 Console
- Xbox 360 250GB Hard Drive
- Xbox 360 Wireless Controller
- xbox 360 head set
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For cost reasons, my preference was just to wait until the next-gen Xbox. With Halo 4 coming out, and the prospect of missing out on multiplayer with friends, I decided to buy a new Xbox.
Fortunately, Amazon had cut $50 off the price, and I was able to get the machine on this page before Amazon sold out. Because I selected Super Saver Shipping, Amazon sat on the order for a week, then shipped it in two days (go figure). As much as this new Xbox was a grudge purchase, I have to say the Slim model is a treat to use after the old white model I have.
First, I can't hear it under my desk. The white model sounded like a hair dryer, and the noise alone pushed me to use my PS3 more often. Now, the Xbox Slim and the PS3 are equally pleasant to use. Also, the smaller form factor of the Slim is appreciated. In a world where an iPhone makes headlines for getting a few mm thinner, it's also nice that consoles are shrinking.
The Slim's design looks like it was made by a hardware company, finally, and not a software giant that reaches for white plastic as a case solution.Read more ›
This was a much better option than what I would have done otherwise, which is buy a used one off Craigslist. Buying a legit refurbished one means I get a 90-day warranty, which is definitely better than a sketchy Craigslist one that may or may not work at all.
The Xbox 360 does not require an HDMI cable but I highly recommend buying a HDMI cable immediately after buying the Xbox 360 because the AV cable does not give you graphics that are current gen standard. An HDMI cable is available at any hardware store near you and it normally only costs 5-10$ so make sure to get it after buying the Xbox.
The Xbox 360's online service is called Xbox Live and it does cost money which is not that great in my opinion. But I'm not saying that it wasn't worth it. It can give you so many great features in games when you get a Gold membership that you wouldn't get if you didn't get the Gold membership. It is extremely useful for me since I play with my friends on Xbox Live roughly 60% of the time.
The Xbox 360 features apps where you can get a Netflix app and watch your Netflix movies and TV shows while the Xbox is on. It is a great feature to have. It also has other apps which I have not really used but they must be still useful. I don't use the apps feature since I mostly play with my friends and play games on my Xbox.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unit arrived with nothing but a power supply. No controller or video cables. I have cables and controller from my old unit but otherwise this would be useless to mePublished 7 days ago by safariman
Wow... What??? I received an Xbox 360 elite, not a slim. VERY upset. False advertising.Published 15 days ago by piper
The system didnt come with a controller or the hd cable it said it would come with both and now it doesnt work at allPublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
I order a new Xbox 360 Slim 250GB Console. This is what i received Xbox 360 500GB Console - Forza Horizon 2 BundlePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Was as described, but is a 4 Gig system without hard drive, not a 250 Gig.Published 1 month ago by Raymond Threlkeld