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Microsoft Xbox 360 Price by Country

Indonesia IDR 1,999,000
Malaysia MYR 900
Philippines PHP 13,448
Thailand THB 8,500

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Reviewed on 2010-06-19
Microsoft has recently revealed the new Xbox 360 with a 250GB HDD, a built-in Wi-Fi, and a shiny new coat of glossy black paint. But here's the good part: Microsoft is releasing it barely days after it was first announced. It is smaller and thinner than t...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-16
Sexy design, It's quiet!, Built-in Wi-Fi, Touch buttons, Xbox LiveNo HDMI cable in the box, Uses disc tray, Still mangles game discs, External power brick, No Blu-ray
The Xbox 360 has changed since its launch in 2005.That much is transparently clear from the updated version that debuted in 2010.The Xbox 360 S is smaller, sleeker and quieter than the previous model and designed to banish the infamous 'Red Ring of Dea...
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Reviewed on 2010-12-20
Stunning gameplay, increasingly capable online services, quieter and slicker than beforeNo Bluray drive and no 3D abilities
The latest version of ’s console redresses some of our concerns about the media abilities of the older unit. The new Xbox 360 is now slimmer, and has a revised disc transport that’s now much quieter, while the 250GB hard-drive lets you rip games to avo...
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Reviewed on 2010-10-01
Excellent online gaming, Extensive game collection, Quieter, less prone to overheating than older models,No Bluray, No Bluetooth, Kinect motioncontrol technology unusual, but limited.
The Xbox 360 Slim has made a number of improvements over its predecessors, and reviewers say it is the best Xbox ever. The console has the same rich game library and excellent graphics, but it now includes built-in Wi-Fi. It also has a larger fan and a...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-15
Slimmer, Touch sensitive buttons, 250GB Hard Drive, Kinect readyGlossy, Still heats up, No UI changes
Microsoft did a soft launch its latest 2010 variant of the Microsoft Xbox 360 console in India just two weeks back without any major promotion or brand building. In fact promotional advertisements on television are completely missing! We cannot fathom ...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-10
Smaller; Wireless added with WiFi 802.11n; 250GB is a welcome upgrade for hard drive space;Hard drive can no longer be detached easily; Only standard definition cables included in the box; Current Xbox owners will need to fork out an extra $25 to move their data across quickly; Loud high-pitched buttons get annoying quickly
Almost five years have passed since the release of Microsoft's second video game console, the Xbox 360. Now, Microsoft has seen fit to change the design, and while many of the changes here appear cosmetic, the truth is that the new Xbox 360 is qui...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-03
Smaller and more stylish, quieter operation, lower power consumption, more USB ports, built-in Wi-FiNo HDMI cable in the bundle, cannot use standard notebook hard drives instead of the proprietary ones, external power brick is smaller but still there, runs hotter than before, USB ports too close to each other, no Blu-ray playback, no web browser
Expert Review Five years after they launched the first Xbox 360, Microsoft has now made the biggest update to the console. Called the Xbox 360 250GB, the new console is completely redesigned and features a smaller and thinner design. Other additions...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-02
Leaner, (slightly) meaner and quieter. Inches closer to the allinone entertainment box we've been waiting for. Cosmetic touches like touchsensitive power and eject buttons class up the joint. Thrusts overpriced accessories ( for a WiFi dongle?!) into obso...In many ways the same console we've been playing since Senior Year. Interconsole data transfers still require a wonky proprietary cable
When the Xbox 360 hit in 2005 it promised to revolutionize gaming. Microsoft got most of the way there (conceptually), but the original 360 hardware wasn’t without its … quirks.Enter Microsoft’s upgrade/redo, the Xbox 360 S. Not only is the chassis sl...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-22
ShareThe New Xbox 360 couldn’t come soon enough. Our ageing Xbox 360 Elite had begun to look like a tech antiquity next to the latest Freeview HD boxes, media streamers and Blu-ray players, but despite sounding like a hovering harrier jump jet, as ...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-16
£199.99 (incl. VAT) $299.99 (excl. Tax) July 16th, 2010The first thing to say about the Xbox 360 Slim is that the title is a bit of a misnomer. Really, it should be called the Xbox 360 , because the first thing anyone notices about it is that it isn...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-15
Little black dress Microsoft has started to sell their new Xbox 360 S and PC Games Hardware took the new model dubbed Valhalla to the test and tells you exactly how much loudness and power consumption were improved. Xbox 360 S impressions (15) [Sou...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-15
Call it what you will. The Xbox 360 Slim, the Xbox 360 Slimline the Xbox 360 S or even what Microsoft has actually decided to go with: the Xbox 360 250GB. The name doesn't matter, what matters is that it's here and whether it's a worthy upgrade to its rat...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-12
Looks fantastic, Slimmer and lighter than previous models, Very little fan noise, Great value for moneyCooling fan in power brick, No HDMI cable included, Chassis collects fingerprints like nobody's business
If you'd told us ten years ago that Microsoft would one day be arguably the biggest player in the videogame universe, we'd have kicked you in the shins, and called you a darned liar. But that's the situation we're faced with today. Following on from th...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-12
We've been dying to bring you our video for days now, and we've finally had the all clear from Microsoft to let the new streamlined device off the leash. The new console trims, out to buy later this month, trims down in all the right areas while ...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-12
Slimmer, smaller, quieter, wireless connectivity, Kinect readyNo Blu-ray, DVD playback still not improved, attracts dirt and dust very quickly
The Xbox 360 has been around for some time now, so following the revamp from Sony of its PS3, it's only natural that Microsoft would want to get in on the re-invigorating action for its console, boosting sales and fixing a couple of issues along the w...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-03
New formfactor, quieter and more efficient cooling system, onboard WirelessN, and a lot more,Sleek finish lends itself to fingerprints.
We had been hearing the rumors of Microsoft's Xbox 360 re-design for a little while prior to this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. In fact, we got confirmation of this re-design thanks to an overseas ad which was released the day before the Xbox 3...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-02
Whisper quiet, Energy efficient, Integrated 802.11n WiFiGenerates more heat, Still uses proprietary HDD system, No hidef playback out of the box
When we first saw its face in a Italian ad, more than one Engadget editor called its bluff: "The top half doesn't line up with the bottom," some said, "that's got to be Photoshopped." While that early image was indeed CG, the form factor was certainly not...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-30
Microsoft was the first to enter this current console-gaming generation with its original Xbox 360, a hulk of a system that beat both Nintendo and Sony to the punch. Despite the millions of Xboxes sold (or possibly because of it), the 360 line—encompas...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-29
Revamped, more compact, elegant design, Integrated 802,11n Wi-Fi, Powerful 3D graphics, Excellent, diverse games library, Robust online community,Glossy shell attracts fingerprints and smudges, Although smaller, the power supply is still bulky, Still lacks Blu-ray,
Microsoft was the first to enter this current console-gaming generation with its original Xbox 360, a hulk of a system that beat both Nintendo and Sony to the punch. Despite the millions of Xboxes sold (or possibly because of it), the 360 line—encompas...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-25
It’s fairly hard to review the latest crop of consoles. Nintendo, for example, just released a black Wii – it’s the same Wii, but black – and, not to be outdone, Microsoft just sent out their Xbox 360 S, a full-bore replacement for the space heaters kn...
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