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Microsoft Xbox 360 with Kinect (4 GB) Black Console
ISO DIN mounting. Full detachable front panel. Sound Output Mode Stereo. 5 Volt preamp output. Oversized active Black. Max Output Power /... Read More
ISO DIN mounting. Full detachable front panel. Sound Output Mode Stereo. 5 Volt preamp output. Oversized active Black. Max Output Power / Channel Qty 60 Watts x 4. Mask display. Form Factor Full-DIN - in-dash unit. Illuminated control buttons. Controls Volume treble bass fader balance loudness. PLL synthesized tuner. 24 station presets. Radio frequencies. USB port. Sound Output Mode Stereo. Front panel auxiliary input. Compatible with audio output of iPod. And other MP3 players. Quartz digital clock. CD mute function. Track repeat. Intro scan. 1Bit D/A converter. 8X oversampling. ESP (anti-skip mechanism). MP3/CD-R/CD-RW compatible. ID3-Tag display. Aux/mobile video input. Preset EQ response curves. Separate bass and treble. Balance and fader controls. Subwoofer output. Dual RCA outputs. Loudness support. Stereo/mono and local/distance switches. Wireless remote control. Minimize
18 Reviews from Epinions.com
Nov 25, 2011
Almost Perfect For Gamers
Pros: Amazing graphics
Plenty of variety in games
Cons: Not enough hard drive space to store much game data
The Bottom Line:
If you plan to only have a few games, never play online, and won't download games from the store, this product is for you. Otherwise, get a bigger hard drive.
The Xbox 360 is a wonderful system, but this version is not for anyone who expects to be playing a lot of online games or downloading content. The four gigabytes that are given fill up very quickly, and after that one would need to go out and purchase a separate hard drive for the console. The system itself runs nicely, with very few problems (those problems that do occur only happened because I tried to make it do too many things at once) and the graphics are unparalleled. I would suggest buying one for anyone who is considering it, but spring for the bigger hard drive-- it's worth it in the end. The Kinect is not my favorite, but with some of the games it can be pretty cool. I think that it is worth the purchase, especially considering the fact that more games will come out soon to make it more enjoyable.
One of my favorite features is the store: demos are available for most popular games, and some titles are even available for purchase. This is where it is important to have a bigger hard drive, because four gigabytes does not fit many games on it. While it may not seem like a lot of space is needed for only a demo, the most I have been able to fit is two demos, and they were probably the smallest games in the store.
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