XBOX 360 Specs
If you are looking for a good, reliable and easy to use xbox with affordable price, look no more, Xbox 360 4G is the one that you are looking for. Get the big picture and big features for a small price with Xbox 360 . It has many features like an expensive xbox like has built-in wi-fi, a black wireless controller, a standard definition composite A/V cable.
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XBOX 360 Specs Product and Features
The new Xbox 360 specs 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.
This Xbox 360 4GB has many features like an expensive Xbox. Here are some of them :
Xbox 360 Console
The new console is sleeker and quieter with a stylish design that will be the centerpiece of your home entertainment system.
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.
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 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.
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 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 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.
Xbox 360 4GB Technical Detail
- Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 7 x 12 inches ; 9 pounds
- Media: Video Game
- ASIN: B00D9EPI38
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Xbox 360 4GB Review from Customer
Here is one of the honest xbox 360 4gb review by J. Van Gemenen that already purchase and use this xbox.
I’m hoping people who buy this realize how useless 4GB is. Don’t get me wrong, the console is great, and the redesign looks stylish and is the quietest, lowest-power-consuming Xbox 360 yet. But I bought one of these along with a 320GB hard drive. The 4GB comes from the factory filled with some bloatware (arcade game trials) and the full version of the Hexic arcade game. But even if you delete all of this, you are left with FAR less than 4GB. That’s not even enough to download a single full retail game; not even close.
If you want to take advantage of the free Games for Gold (if you have a Gold subscription), good luck downloading any of those games. If you want to use the cloud game saves feature, well that takes up half a gigabyte to activate too. Even if you download nothing, some games download fairly large updates just to be playable at all. Your 4GB will easily be eaten up by any of these things.
Unless you plan on buying this console only for non-gaming purposes, like using the Amazon/Netflix/Hulu/etc apps, or only playing very small Xbox Live Arcade games, you NEED to buy a hard drive with this. Or just buy the one that includes the hard drive. But for me, 250GB wasn’t enough on my Xbox 360 S, so I bought this 4GB along with the 320GB hard drive.
Now, other than the hard drive space, here’s what I think about this compared to the previous Xbox 360 designs.
- Quietest design yet. I can’t say for sure if it is quieter than the 360 S though or just tied, since both designs are nearly silent and I can’t hear them at all when any sound is coming from my speakers. I could easily hear my launch 360′s fans over my speakers, even when they were playing something relatively loud.
- The power brick is the same size as the S, but smaller than the original
- The power brick is not interchangeable with any other 360 designs, since the connector on the 360 is a small round one instead of the fairly large semi-rectangular ones from the past
- No optical audio out. This would have been a problem for me until I upgraded my AV receiver, which has all the HDMI switching capabilities I need. If you currently use optical out to pass your surround sound, and don’t have an HDMI-switching AV receiver, be aware of this.
- One less USB port (4 total) than the 360 S (which had 5). One more USB port than the original Xbox 360 (which had 3). Not a problem for many, but I think you can’t have too many USB ports, and would have strongly preferred they didn’t remove one of them.
- Eject and power button are not touch-sensitive. You have to actually push the buttons in (I prefer this).
Now the only serious thing I’m actually a little disappointed in compared to my launch 360 and 360 S (yes, I’ve purchased three 360s…), is something I haven’t really heard anybody else mention yet. The green ring around the power button is either fully on, or off. You can’t see what player(s) are connected by looking at the lit-up ring quadrants. Interestingly enough, my Xbox One is the same way, but the Xbox One controllers don’t indicate which player it is either. I really liked having a way to see what players have their controllers connected. Not sure why they cut this feature.
The design itself is quite nice, and matches my Xbox One quite well. But just like the Xbox One, half of it is a glossy surface, so you will need to be careful with it. Glossy consoles always age much worse than matte consoles, since they are easily scratched and scuffed, and show every last fingerprint. Keep it carefully dusted and don’t put things on top of it if you want it to stay nice-looking for longer than a couple months.
But the important thing is this final design of the 360 is solid, reliable, silent, and will not overheat on you like the original version. A very good redesign, especially when it is in close proximity to an Xbox One, since the designs complement each other well. BUT 4GB IS NOT ENOUGH! Hope I was clear on that.