Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite System Game Console

May 25th, 2009 by Thomas Munka

Up against Sony and Nintendo, Microsoft has decided to release the Xbox 360 Elite. This new game console comes with a larger storage capacity and new looks, but that’s not all it’s about. It’s at the top of the latest game consoles.

The Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite is black with a matte finish. An HDMI interface is mounted to make full use of the 120GB HDD. This allows for the viewing of shaper pictures in high quality. The IBM PowerPC is at the heart of the 360 Elite.  Three cores process 3.2 GHz. The ATI processor, which supports graphics, puts out 500-million triangles per second. The system and the video card of the game console share 500MB of memory. The whole system is powered by an internal power supply.

There is a 16-bit surround sound mode. Video is 256-bit with a graphic acceleration of 2D and 3D. The maximum picture resolution is 1920 x 1080p. The main source of input that is used with the 360 Elite is the external game pad; it has potential for wireless connectivity. The user interface ports are: 1 AV port, 1 USB port, 1 Ethernet jack and one HDMI interface; also present are 2 expansion slots for memory cards. Accessories include: an HD AV cable, Ethernet cable, a wireless controller, and Headset.

This brouhaha of goodness from Microsoft costs $479.99 (retail). Check out this other Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite System Game Console Review.




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One Response to “Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite System Game Console”

  1. Rick says:

    The price cut is definately an economically strategic move for Microsoft and Sony.


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