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Date added: 2006-04-01 Posted by:
Brand: Western Digital Firmware: N/A
Model number: WD1000 Manufacture date: N/A
Model name / serie: N/A Buffersize: 2 MB
Drive size: 100 GB RPM: 7200
XBOX version: v1.6 Progam(s): XBoxHD Maker

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#1 - posted by (192.99.2.*)2014-01-07 02:52:22
There are a lot of differences. You have to chsooe which one would fit you best. The 4 gig 360 uses an internal HDD. That means that you can't swap out Hard Drives like with the older ones. That is not something that most people do anyway. Even though you only get 4 gig of storage, you can still use a usb flash disk up to 16 gig to store extra content like DLC, music, and movies. This is okay but you can do that on the older 360 s too.The nice thing about the newer 360 is that it comes with internal wifi so you don't have to buy an expensive attachment. it is also quieter than the older ones. I personally like my 120 gig elite, but because I download lots of games. that is my main reason for sticking with mine. But I wouldn't mind having the newer ones either.

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