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Xbox Live is 5 years old this week and with all the new stuff arriving soon (Xbox originals, films and TV on demand, etc) it looks like we could all do with a bit more space.

This is the cheapest I could find so far.

The Xbox 360 120GB Hard Drive is the best option for media enthusiasts who game on Xbox 360. It is the largest storage option for Xbox 360. Expand your Xbox 360 experience with downloadable content. Save your game progress, Xbox LIVE gamer profile, game demos, and custom soundtracks from your own music collection. Download movies and television shows from Xbox LIVE Marketplace. Play original and retro games in Xbox LIVE Arcade.

The Xbox 360 120GB Hard Drive includes a data transfer kit to easily migrate all of your saved data from your 20GB HDD to your 120GB HDD. It comes preloaded with great HD game demos, videos, and an assortment of Xbox LIVE Arcade game trials.
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#1
£130 in most places, so is this not the best price?

or people just voting cold out of spite.
#2
bob2009
£130 in most places, so is this not the best price?

or people just voting cold out of spite.


Yes, it's not the OPs fault as this does appear to be the best price.

However, you can chance your arm on fleabay for an unpackaged unit for under £60. That's what i'm going to do as I don't really need the data transfer cable anyway.

I'll let you know if it's any good or not!
:thumbsup:
#3
Elite = £300 RRP. Though with vouchers etc probably £275?
£275-£110 = £165.
You could sell your premium for that...and get a shiny new elite instead.

I guess this is a good deal if you need TWO Hard Drives for some reason...

idiots always vote cold..get used to it. If its the cheapest...its warm...if its great..its hot ;) I didnt vote..usually dont


Although by the same token you could sell your 60gb drive for £45 probably and subsidise the cost.
#4
smashed
Although by the same token you could sell your 60gb drive for £45 probably and subsidise the cost.


I'm presuming that you meant that you could sell your old 20Gb HD after upgrading? :whistling:
#5
i cant find anyhere cheaper apart from ebay..nice find
#6
Ollied
I'm presuming that you meant that you could sell your old 20Gb HD after upgrading? :whistling:


Yep..that the 1 :roll:

But £110 for 120gb...thats RRP'ing you a new hole.
#7
I've recently ordered an OEM from ebay, got email saying its been dispatched so just waiting now, cost of £62 delivered from Hong Kong, if everything works out ok its a bargain. :thumbsup:
#8
yeah great if you dont need to transfer the info... but i got 2 years worth of stuff on mine i want.. so guess will need the lead or something..
#9
I'm waiting for them to come back on ebay cheap. Seen some retail ones were going for £75 but I was to slow. Not gonna buy an oem as I need the cable.

Sell the 20gb when I'm done so it should cost about £40 overall. I personally wouldn't buy from Abroad as there are some fakes around. Aslo, they may be region locked but I'm not 100% sure.
#10
guess you could sell the cable also after :)
#11
My local CEX has some brand new boxed for £100
#12
anyone know the playasia price? Can't check due to being at work so not being lazy or anything?

But appart from that best price I have seen
banned#13
robpears
anyone know the playasia price? Can't check due to being at work so not being lazy or anything?

But appart from that best price I have seen

£91.53 + £5.45 GBPp&p
#14
How does it work with save games? I'm guessing these are stored on the HD (Not linked to your live account?), so without the cable the only way to transfer them would be to load the game, swap HD's and save, right?
banned#15
tazxxx
How does it work with save games? I'm guessing these are stored on the HD (Not linked to your live account?), so without the cable the only way to transfer them would be to load the game, swap HD's and save, right?

You could buy a memory card and use that to transfer, then sell the thing?
#16
them mem card wont take everything.. downloads and all just your live info and some save games. you need this lead thingy to get all your live acrade games over, levels you downloaded for games etc..
#17
bob2009
them mem card wont take everything.. downloads and all just your live info and some save games. you need this lead thingy to get all your live acrade games over, levels you downloaded for games etc..


Not true. The content that you download is tied to the console itself & not the HD that it is downloaded onto so if you change the HD you should be able to re-download any content that you have already purchased from XBOX Live Marketplace. This is why the people who have upgraded from a Pro/Premium to an Elite are up in arms as the Elite doesn't come with a data transfer cable & they want to get all of their previously owned content onto their new console. Microsoft (in their wisdom) assume that those buying an Elite are new customers & not existing 360 owners just upgrading, hence why they have now had to offer a free data transfer kit to those upgrading to an Elite.

You should note that the data transfer process will allow you to keep Hexic that came pre-installed on the 20Gb drive. Personally, i'm not bothered really!

Hope this helps! ;-)
#18
Cheers for the info, i was un aware of that.

I did read something about sending off for a lead if you have got a elite though.

:)
#19
Thanks to the OP, couldn't find a better price. :thumbsup:
#20
Amazon.co.uk have now matched Play.com's price (£109.98).

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000U1JI1Q/soundsvault-21

:)
#21
but amazon dont do quidco...is there still £5 off £50 at play?
#22
COLD

I paid around 63 pounds including delivery from hong kong for my 120gig
#23
You can get this from PC World via their price match scheme for about £99
#24
yok0ross
COLD

I paid around 63 pounds including delivery from hong kong for my 120gig


Thats a much more reasonable price! Was it on ebay if so any chance you could PM me the seller name or item number?

Cheers,
worto.
#25
I personally wouldn't trust one from Hong Kong. The fakes are about.

I wouldn't want to lose my data in 6months.
#26
just be careful....theres a lot of Hong Kong fakes about...having said that...its only a sata 2.5" hd inside....if you know how to open them and transfer data....but with Quidco and £5 off it makes it about £99....and think how much easier it is if you ever need a g'tee....or it dies after a month....just make sure you check sellers feedback AND watch out for import duties...or was it a gift?....lol....just remember if the seller identifies it as a £14 item...thats all you are covered for if it goes missing.
#27
thats why I wanted someone to recomend someone instead of just randomly selecting someone from ebay, I didn't realise they were just 2.5" SATA drives though to I'll have a look around & see if I can bodge one together.

just remember if the seller identifies it as a £14 item...thats all you are covered for if it goes missing


never thought about that but if it's gone missing who would know what they marked it up as? surely it would be missing......

worto.
#28
sorry, what i meant was your £63 spent suddenly only covers you for a loss of £14...you cant claim postal insurance for an item at £63 if its only declared as £14...if you get my drift
#29
...but if it is lost how do you know it was only marked up for £14 - that's the sellers risk IMO and not the buyers who would have come back through ebay/paypal for the full amount/replacement item.
#30
the point I'm trying to make is really about circumnavigating additional charges imposed by this government...by not declaring the real value of the item posted...if you let the seller do this you have no comeback...if you rely on Ebay or Paypal to help when things go wrong...forget it...regardless of what their"safeguard" statements read like...take them with a pinch of salt...say you dont get what you ordered (dead on arrival, fake, broken etc) file a dispute...no problem...they will resolve it by telling you to post the item back for a refund...ever try sending something to Hong Kong...not cheap....then when seller gets it back...if he's of dubious nature to start with he's not likely to say theres anything wrong...so far you're out 2 lots of postage...want it back....sorry you have to pay the postage again (3 times now)

Really with certain things...especially electronics...its sometimes worth a bit more to source the item locally...but you pays your money...you takes your chances....with all the fake stuff doing the rounds at the moment...you only need to return an item once to Hong Kong and your saving is gone....ceretainly...get a recommendation from someone by all means.....but someone whos had the item running for at least a month in their system..... me...I've just ordered mine from Play
#31
I'm also looking to get a cheaper HD but am also wondering if the oem version of the hard drive wont be banned from live or anything like that, if its the same hard drive but without a transfer cable?
#32
Saw these today in Comet for £79.99, they also had the 20gb for £29.99.

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