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XboX 360 HD-DVD £89.99

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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Plugs directly into your Xbox 360 using the USB cable provided.

Plays high definition HD DVDs and is capable of resolutions up to 1080p.

Has 2 spare USB ports on the rear.

For ages 3 years and over.
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#1
good price but would you buy one now knowing that hd-dvd is going down the pan? risky.
#2
the thing that puzzles me is argos sell two hd dvd players for xbox but both seem to look the same but different prices
#3
this will also work on pc just plug it im but you will need a gfx card that can output hd or hdcp
#4
As good as dead!
#5
how many more times can this be posted now?
#6
LaoTzu;1541522
good price but would you buy one now knowing that hd-dvd is going down the pan? risky.


i'm out the loop on this, where's this latest chat on the blu-ray v hd-dvd war? cheers. :)
#7
HD DVD is dead.

£90 what a joke, £20 for wireless, overpriced Hard drives, £30 for Live.

Three years warranty is not nearly enough and weeks away being repaired.

Get yourself a PS3.
#8
sparc;1543113
HD DVD is dead.

£90 what a joke, £20 for wireless, overpriced Hard drives, £30 for Live.

Three years warranty is not nearly enough and weeks away being repaired.

Get yourself a PS3.


PS3 is a joke.

It looks like a George Forman Grill. If this has pride of place in your home, I can only imagine your other ornaments are toasters, kettles and a breadmaker.

The 40gb model now for sale is a stripped down version of the hugely expensive but superior 60gb models. In some ways it is similar to an Xbox 360 Core (or Arcade) model in that it is a 'bare minimum model'.

The only difference is that you CAN upgrade the 360 over time to include the optional extras that YOU want. You want more functionality from your PS3? Tough - you'll either have to wait and see whether they release yet another variation in Japan or the US and import it, buy a 60gb off fleabay at an extortionate price, or lump it.

Games. Surely a games console should have games? It does tend to help things you see... What you're suggesting is that people buy a PS3 and then twiddle their thumbs in the hope that the desperately poor PS3 games library improves.

Three years Xbox 360 warranty is fine and dandy as far as I'm concerned. Don't forget the PS3 is still a relatively young machine; who knows what hardware faults will show themselves in time? Will the lasers fail like so many of the PS2s did? Will Sony extend their customers' warranties - can't say I remember that ever happening with a Sony device...I'm looking forward to a point in the near future when PS3s start to fail only for their owners to find their machine is out of warranty. It'll be interesting to see whether there are so many fervent PS3 supporters then.

HD-DVD may be losing out to Blu-Ray, but I'm interested in neither. I've only just rebuilt my VHS collection in DVD. Why would I want to pay out yet again for pretty much the same movies I already own twice? I bet that as soon as people have built up a nice little collection of Blu-Rays, Sony will probably claim 'Super Duper Blu-Ray' is coming out and is x times better than normal Blu-Ray. And you'll believe them...they must see mugs like you coming.

I, along with many others, am planning to use digital distribution if I am to watch movies in hi-def. I think you'll find adopters of this technology are already leaving both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD behind.

Anyway, to conclude, I think I'll stick to my 360 and the large number of high quality of games I have for it. You can do whatever you like with your overpriced grilling device, but if you're not sure, I have a few suggestions.:evil:

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