Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite
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Xbox 360 Elite Review
9 May 2007
Excerpt: Come this fall, two years will have passed since the original Xbox 360 was first introduced as the first of the “next-generation” game consoles. Nearly a year after the Xbox 360 launch, Sony’s PlayStation 3 and Nintendo’s Wii game systems hit the scene, but by that time the Xbox 360 already had a decent user base and formidable game library. Since then, the Xbox 360 has enjoyed impressive growth, now boasting a game catalog over 500 titles strong.
Pros: Large 120GB hard drive; HDMI output; includes HDMI and component cables
Cons: No integrated Wi-Fi or HD DVD player; DVD drive is still loud during movie playback
Summary: The Xbox 360 Elite is an attractive new shell for an already impressive gaming console. We would have liked to see the new features handled a little better but overall, it's still the same as the original Xbox 360.
Pros: HDMI support, 1080p resolution on HD-DVD, 120GB hard drive, Black finish
Cons: Expensive, No dedicated optical out port, No remote control, restrictive hard drive transfer procedures
Excerpt: Microsoft's Xbox 360 Elite is here, and this version of the sleek game console offers more than just cosmetic improvements. The unit's bolstered specs - such as a 120GB hard disk drive and an HDMI 1.2 connector, perfect for today's high-def TVs - mean more room to store digital content, and a better way to view high-definition content.
Excerpt: Media Center Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite Par Jacquemin Vidal - Publié le 30/04/08 Prix indicatif : 369 € TTC Note AVCesar.com Type : console de jeux multimédia Disque dur : 120 Go Réseau : UPnP (DLNA) Sortie HDMI : v 1.1 Dimensions (L x H x P) : 310 x 84 x 257 mm Poids : 3,45 kg 0 Commentaire Partager...
Pros: Source de VOD HD, Gestion des DRM, Capacité technique et évolutivité, Fonction Media Center Extender, Fonction passerelle multimédia UPnP ( DLNA )
Cons: Pas de lecteur BD vidéo, Lecture DVD vidéo perfectible, Wi‑Fi et télécommande optionnels, Compatibilité multimédia restrictive