Weekly Gift Idea November 14, 2014: Xbox 360 4GB
Xbox 360 4GB
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List Price: $199.99
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4GB 4GB Peggle Bundle
500GB Call of Duty Bundle
Xbox 360 E console
1 Black Wireless Controller
Built in Wi-Fi
1 month of Xbox LIVE Gold
The game consoles bring fun to young and old. This is the Xbox 360 4GB. My grandson says it will let you watch Netflic, Hulu, Amazon, Vevo music, Pandora and other stuff such as YouTube and more. Oh, yes! You can also play your favorite games. He says he likes it better than PlayStation.
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The new Xbox 360 4GB console has built-in wi-fi, a black wireless controller, a standard definition composite A/V cable, and comes with a free one-month Xbox LIVE Gold Membership.
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 E Console: The new console is sleeker and quieter with a stylish design that will be the centerpiece of your home entertainment system.
- Xbox 360 4GB Hard Drive: The internal 4GB hard drive allows you to save your games and store television shows, movies, music, pictures, trailers, levels, demos, and more extras available from Xbox LIVE Marketplace.
- Built-in Wi-Fi: The new Xbox 360 has 802.11n Wi-Fi built in for a faster and easier connection to Xbox LIVE. Download or stream HD movies, TV episodes, and games from Xbox LIVE Marketplace in 1080p and 5.1 surround sound from anywhere in the house.1
- Kinect Ready: Kinect makes you the controller. With a dedicated, specialized port, the Xbox 360 E 4GB is built to connect seamlessly with the Kinect sensor and have you up off the couch and into the world of Kinect in no time.
- Xbox 360 Wireless Controller: This award-winning, high-performance wireless controller features the Xbox Guide Button for quick, in-game access to friends and music. It has a range of up to 30 feet and a battery life of 30 hours on two AA batteries.
- Xbox 360 Composite A/V cable: Use Xbox 360 on standard-definition televisions using this connection over traditional composite connectors. Play high-quality audio with the included stereo connector.
- Xbox LIVE: Xbox LIVE brings a whole world of entertainment possibility right to your Xbox 360. Play with friends online, and watch streaming movies and TV from Zune and Netflix, all in crystal-clear HD. Watch live sporting events and check out highlights from your favorite teams on ESPN. You’ll find loads of your favorite music from Last.fm and the ability to connect with friends on Facebook and Twitter, right on the best screen in the house.
First off let me say, this is my first Xbox. I’m not much of a gamer but I saw this for a great price on Black Friday and decided to pick it up. As many other reviewers have stated, please plan on picking up extra memory. I picked up a 32GB USB stick and I now have as much memory as I need. For those of you who are hardcore gamers you’ll need more than that I’m sure. I’d suggest getting a hard drive. For example (with the free month of Xbox live) you can download 2 free games/month. This month the 1st game is over 6GB. So you wouldn’t even be able to download that game with the 4GB built in (which is actually much less than that available.) That being said…I’m just a casual gamer so I’m not too concerned about it. Yet another caution. No games come with. If you plan on giving this as a gift you might want to pick up a game or two to get them started. The Xbox does come with a few demo games and you can always download other demos, but if you want to be playing out of the box you’ll need some games. Hookup was very easy. I just plugged it in via HDMI (does not come with it. It does come with the Red, White, Yellow cable.), plugged it in to the wall and I was off and running. Couldn’t be easier. I had to go through a few steps of setting up an Xbox live account, but that was no biggie.
Again if you are a hardcore gamer and plan on playing the latest and greatest multiplayer online games, get the 250GB version or buy this and plan on immediately upgrading the storage. I’m quite happy playing older/classic games and have no interest in playing online so this with the 32GB USB drive will work fine for me.
Got the 4GB version and plugged in a USB Flash Drive and an external hard drive and now I have about 60GB. The Xbox is super quite pretty much silent. Would recommend this to anyone looking for an Xbox 360.
And I also love that they did away with that silly “if a feather touches me im powering off” switch. I can’t recall the times my cat has walked by and swished his tail and off goes the XBOX. This one is also COMPLETELY SILENT. The slim was close… But this one nailed it.
My only complaint is that I just didn’t wait a lil longer and save up and get the 250GB one. But then again I bought me a 32GB flash and I, personally, am good to go. I guess if you plan on doing lots of online gaming+downloading stuff then go with the 250. But if not and you wanna save a 100 bucks this is the way to go. Flash drives work just great. Don’t believe the nonsense of some of these people who say otherwise. They probably buying crap flash drives. I recommend this one >>> B0058TUZTO
It is by far the fastest I have ever used, not to mention it is already set up for the XBOX. We also use them at work and I have yet found one that has failed. I CAN’T SAY THE SAME FOR HARD DRIVES… Just saying…
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