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Use code PD10 (while lasts, valid for first 200 orders) to get a 4GB 360 for £112.46 delivered. 2% Quidco available.

Xbox 360 - Britain’s Best Selling Console in 2011* (*GFK Chart-Track)

The new Xbox 360® 4GB Console. Here today, ready for tomorrow with a brand new, leaner machine. Wi-Fi is built in for easier connection to the world of entertainment on Xbox LIVE, where HD movies and TV stream in an instant. It’s ready for the controller-free experiences of Kinect—you don’t just play the game, you are the game. Xbox 360 is more games, entertainment, and fun.

Console Features:

Built-in Wi-Fi: The new Xbox 360 is the only console with 802.11n Wi-Fi built-in for a faster and easier connection to Xbox LIVE. Stream HD movies and TV or download games from Xbox LIVE in 1080p and 5.1 surround sound from anywhere in the house.* Compatible with b/g/n networks.
Xbox LIVE: Xbox LIVE brings a world of entertainment to you. Instantly stream movies and TV from Netflix in crystal clear HD, or download game add-ons like new levels, characters, maps, and songs. Easily jump right into online multiplayer fun and play along with friends around the world. Plus, get your favorite music from Last.fm, connect with friends on Facebook® and post tweets on Twitter. Xbox LIVE is your connection to more games, entertainment, and fun.*
Kinect ready: Kinect brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary new ways—no controller required. Easy to use and instantly fun, Kinect gets everyone off the couch moving, laughing, and cheering. See a ball? Kick it. Want to join a friend in the fun? Simply jump in. Even control an HD movie with a wave of your hand. Featuring a dedicated, specialized port, the Xbox 360 4GB is built to connect seamlessly with the Kinect Sensor.
Xbox 360 wireless controller (black): This award-winning high performance wireless controller features a range of up to 30 feet and a battery life of 30 hours on two AA batteries.
More ports: Connect more accessories and storage solutions with added USB ports. Now with a total of five (three back/two front), you’ll find more places to plug and play. Plus, in addition to the standard Ethernet port and HDMI output, we’ve added an integrated optical audio out port for an easier connection to the booming sound of your A/V receiver.
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tescopimp#1
have some heat, nice find.
MoreForMePound 1 Like #2
andy377
Cold, no hdd.
lol arent u the dude with the world record cold votes on here :)
zoikis#3
Hot. Coz ive seen decent capacity xbox360 HDD for a twentysomthing on hukd
DemonIT 1 Like #4
This is hot if you don't mind waiting for Zavvi. I average 4 weeks per order.

Still hot though.
Zuulan 1 Like #5
DemonIT
This is hot if you don't mind waiting for Zavvi. I average 4 weeks per order.

Still hot though.

It's like Zavvi and the Hut have invented a new postage class. All other web shops use 1st or 2nd class, these use 7th class.
stevewales#6
i have one 4gb is OK i just bought a cheap 20gb hdd from e bay works a treat
ather7851#7
code is not working now
DemonIT#8
ather7851
code is not working now

Just tried it - it definately IS working.
alera#9
cheap but get ready to wait 3 months for delivery. Been waiting going on a month for a game from them.
burstlikeabubble#10
Been looking at secondhand xbox 360s on ebay and most basic ones go for like £60 / 65 so for the piece of mind warranty I've gone for this.

Is 4GB enough to be getting on with in terms of save game capacity as I won't be using Xbox live or downloading any games?

Do the old 20 / 60GB HDD work with these?

Edited By: burstlikeabubble on Jul 14, 2012 10:20
richtobanned#11
4GB is enough for save games,or you can use cloud saves. Newer HDDS are in a different enclosure.
z11 1 Like #12
You can also use a USB flash drive of up to 16GB for extra storage if required.
genk 1 Like #13
burstlikeabubble
Been looking at secondhand xbox 360s on ebay and most basic ones go for like £60 / 65 so for the piece of mind warranty I've gone for this.

Is 4GB enough to be getting on with in terms of save game capacity as I won't be using Xbox live or downloading any games?

Do the old 20 / 60GB HDD work with these?

Yes, rip out your old HDD from previous xbox enclosure and use a caddy from ebay.
bruzer#14
I got one of these about a year back and put in a 16GB usb stick to extend the space to 20GB. In order to make the xbox quieter I generally install the games onto the USB stick as well. Works pretty well and it seems quite quick.
Dakers#15
So if I've already got a spare HDD in a caddy I could use that rather than shelling out for a 250GB model? And then pick up a cheap Kinect at CEX or something?
karateben78#16
Wicked price!,
Heat added and console ordered!!
:p
_Gilly_#17
I've got the old "fat" 360 with some d/l games saved on the hard drive. How do I transfer the games to a new one if the hard drive sizes are different?

cheers
J_Staunton#18
_Gilly_
I've got the old "fat" 360 with some d/l games saved on the hard drive. How do I transfer the games to a new one if the hard drive sizes are different?

cheers
By reading the posts above you. SIMPLES.
_Gilly_#19
J_Staunton
_Gilly_
I've got the old "fat" 360 with some d/l games saved on the hard drive. How do I transfer the games to a new one if the hard drive sizes are different?

cheers
By reading the posts above you. SIMPLES.

I've read them, but thanks for the helpful reply. My question is how do I transfer them, as opposed to ripping out the HDD and replacing the caddy. SIMPLES.



Edited By: _Gilly_ on Jul 14, 2012 12:13
AndyEssex 1 Like #20
_Gilly_
J_Staunton
_Gilly_
I've got the old "fat" 360 with some d/l games saved on the hard drive. How do I transfer the games to a new one if the hard drive sizes are different?

cheers
By reading the posts above you. SIMPLES.

I've read them, but thanks for the helpful reply. My question is how do I transfer them, as opposed to ripping out the HDD and replacing the caddy. SIMPLES.


_Gilly_
J_Staunton
_Gilly_
I've got the old "fat" 360 with some d/l games saved on the hard drive. How do I transfer the games to a new one if the hard drive sizes are different?

cheers
By reading the posts above you. SIMPLES.

I've read them, but thanks for the helpful reply. My question is how do I transfer them, as opposed to ripping out the HDD and replacing the caddy. SIMPLES.



I lost all of my game saves when I switched to a slim console when they first game out. That was a little painful! I didn't lose my achievements though.

I have since performed data transfers for friends and I find it easier to make a note of the DLC I have in my hard drive and just download it into the new 360 (as it's already been paid for). With the game saves I just use a 4 or 8gb USB stick, get the Xbox to format it to "exfat" and copy and paste all of my game saves onto it. You can either recover your profile online or save it to the USB stick along with your saves, but I definitely wouldn't bother saving all your DLC, just download it again.

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