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I have recently RECOGNISED a drop inPRICE OF THE CONSOLE MENTIONED IN THE TOPIC HEADER. I would therefore like to buy one or receve one as a gift, as it now seems feasible. I would much appreciate any advice on what bundles are good at the moment, or what the fuck this Premium, Elite and arcade stuff abut? ta much!

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All 360's by default are:

Hi-Def capable and are equiped with a HDMI port and A/V port (for Composite/Component and VGA).

Include a wireless controller as standard.

 

The different retail units as follows:

http://www.xbox.com/en-GB/hardware/compare101.htm

 

Arcade RRP £129.99

Wireless Controller

256MB Memory Unit

Composite AV Cable (SD Only)

Power Cable

Xbox Live Silver

5 Arcade Games:

o UNO

o Pac-Man: Championship Edition

o Boom Boom Rocket

o Feeding Frenzy

o Luxor 2

 

Premium RRP £169.99

Wireless Controller

60GB Harddrive

Combined Composite AV / Component Cable (HD via Component through a switch on the plug)

Ethernet Cable (Allows you to plug into any broadband/ADSL router for online connectivity)

Power Cable

Wired Headset

Xbox Live Silver

 

Elite RRP £229.99

Wireless Controller

120GB Harddrive

Combined Composite AV / Component Cable

HDMI Cable

Optical Surround Sound Adaptor Cable (enables you to use HDMI and still connect an optical cable to an external amplifier)

Ethernet Cable

Power Cable

Wired Headset

Xbox Live Silver

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Arcade RRP £130 + Starter Kit at £47 + HDMI cable at £5 = £182

Wireless Controller

256MB Memory Unit

Composite AV Cable (SD Only)

Power Cable

Xbox Live Silver

5 Arcade Games:

o UNO

o Pac-Man: Championship Edition

o Boom Boom Rocket

o Feeding Frenzy

o Luxor 2

60GB HDD

Wired headset

3 months Gold Live membership

Ethernet cable

 

Premium RRP £169.99

Wireless Controller

60GB Harddrive

Combined Composite AV / Component Cable (HD via Component through a switch on the plug)

Ethernet Cable (Allows you to plug into any broadband/ADSL router for online connectivity)

Power Cable

Wired Headset

Xbox Live Silver

 

So it's £12 more. Worth it though I reckon.

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Get and Arcade and this pack: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/274856/xbox-360-60gb-live-starter-kit-incl/

 

Then you only need a HDMI cable, which cost about a fiver.

 

So that pack enables me to get xbox live? I thought the Arcade were fully disabled from getting on't tinterweb? All I want it for is the Online play, really.

 

That pack gets you three months online gaming (Gold membership). The 360 packs all come with a one-month free trial themselves, so you're getting four months by going down that path.

 

The arcade is disabled from the net due to not having a HDD. You get one in the £47 pack.

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