Good console, but does not get enough suppport from thirf party developers. There are games such as Fable, Halo, and Panzer Dragon that stands out but not enough to compete with the juggernaut, ps2. The best feature of this console have to be Xbox Live. If you are not into multiplayer, Xbox is not the system you would get.
|Misco (UK)||£155.99||05/22/2013||MICROSOFT XBOX 4GB CONSOLE|
|Misco (UK)||£215.99||05/22/2013||MICROSOFT XBOX 250GB CONSOLE|
|SD card reader?||No|
|CF card reader||No|
|CPU?||Intel Celeron 733 MHz|
|480i / 576i||Yes|
|480p / 576p||Yes|
|HD media support?||No HD media support|
|HDMI?||No HDMI output|
|Additional info||Xbox High Definition AV Pack Supports 480i and either 480p, 720p or 1080i component video signals. (NTSC only)
Optical digital audio output available on Xbox HD AV/Advanced AV/Scart Pack.
Custom USB ports by Microsoft.
|Manufacturer product code(s)||52T-00149 / 52T-00212 / 52T-00312 / 52T-00312FALO / 52T-00312NHL / B4J-00181 / B4J-NHL09 / B4M-00002 / GTA-00052 / GTA-00056 / N9D-00002 / PST1-B4J-00181 / TRJ1-B4J-00181|
|UPC / EAN code(s)||0882224729246 / 882224390149 / 882224729215 / 882224734868 / 882224734899 / 882224855532 / 882224861946 / 882224920933 / 885370138481|
- CPU (CPU type)
The CPU (or processor ) is the core component of any console. It executes the programs (e.g. games) with the help of other dedicated hardware. The CPU has high impact on the general performance of a console, altough other components and the general architechture of the devide also play a significant role.
- Memory (Memory installed)
The amount of internal memory available to execute programs.
- Video memory (Video memory)
The amount of video processing memory reserved for graphics board. Presented as megabytes.
- HDD size (Storage capacity (HDD size))
If the console has an internal hard disk drive, the storage capacity of the drive is announced here (in giga bytes, GB). The HDD can be used, for example, to store games/game data, photos, music, videos or software.
- USB ports (Number of USB or USB2 ports)
The number of USB ports the console has. The ports can bes uses to connect game controllers or external devices, or to read memory cards.
- Ethernet (Integrated Ethernet / LAN adapter?)
If the console has an integrated Ethernet port, it can be connected to a local area network (LAN) via the port. The speed of the LAN connection is announced as megabits per second (Mbps).
- WiFi (Integreated WLAN / WiFi)
WiFi is a wireless solution to connect a device to a local area network.If the console is WiFi-enabled, it can be connected to a WLAN Network without the use of a connection cable.
- Bluetooth (Integrated Bluetooth adapter)
Bluetooth can be used to form a data transfer connection between the console and Bluetooth enabled devices. Another possible use of the technology is to connect external devices or game controllers.
- HD media support (Support for HD media)
The console can support some kind of HD media, i.e. it can be used as a HD media player for the supported format(s). Theoretically there can be devices suppporting either HD DVD or Blu-ray, but in practice only the latter is supported by consoles.
- Component video (Component video output)
Component Video is a type of video transmission where either luma and chroma difference channels (Y, Cb, and Cr) or red, green, and blue (RGB) video is sent across three separate cables.
- HDMI (HDMI output)
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an interfacing standard for transferring digital video and audio between electronic devices. It is developed primarily for high definition displays in mind.
- SD card reader (Integrated SD memory card reader)
Integrated Memory Card Readers can be used to read information from different types of memory cards. The readers can be used for example to save game data to a memory card, view photos from a memory card of a digital camera, or to transfer music or other files from/to the console. Common types of memory cards are SD, MemoryStick, and CF.
Possibly my favorite console of all time. I played so many games on this thing its ridiculous. Late nights with Halo 2 and Moutain Dew Livewire! It got me addicted to first person shooters. It also had great games such as Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic I&II. It had dvd playback, which was kinda a rip off cause of the extra thing you had to buy but it was worth it. After someone found out a way to softmod it through the 007 game things really took off. Being able to upgrade the HDD to say 250gb or 500gb meant you could store an immense amount of games on it and play them off of it. Overall this was a great first console for Microsoft and it brings back a lot of memories for me lol "tear"
I bought my first Xbox after my 360 had died, and I am happy to say I am much more happy with it!
I have had no GPU or over-heating problems. It works just as it should and it's QUIET. I really like the S-controller, the original controller's ABXY buttons are weirdly placed in comparison so I prefer the first.
As for the graphics I can't complain, it is an older console and 720p's capability looks great on an standard resolution 21" CRT television that I have it connected to.
They are about $39 used at EB Games and definitely worth all of that and more!
Cheap to buy & cheap to mod,go the extra & install a extender kit & have 3 hdd's,i have with two of my xbx's maaan it's freak'n awasome the only thing that comes close to any modded xbox is the computer & even then it's not as portable,two more xbox's are in the works for the same treatment,they should've kept making them like Sony has with the PS2 what a cry'n shame
You can pick up a xbox for around £20 these days. I would recommend it for the following reasons...
You can mod them for free so long as you have a PC. They can be used as a great media server for all your TV shows and movies stored on your pc or the xbox. I have used with a 50" HD 1080i TV and the quality is still good Its also still quite a playable console to play games
Now that you can pick one up used, I highly recommend getting one and soft-modding it. As one of the posts said, XBMC can stream music and movies from home network, and supports far more formats than the newer 360 does. (Forget about HD content however, the processor is too slow.) Also, you can relive nostalgia by loading one of a number of emulators to the system. I think I've played more NBA Jam, Dr. Mario, Bomberman, etc. on this machine than actual Xbox games. A DEFINITE BUY even for a dead console, due to the ability to mod it!
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