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Xbox 360 HD-DVD finally in-stock (in-store) at Argos £119.99
Xbox 360 HD-DVD finally in-stock (in-store) at Argos £119.99

Xbox 360 HD-DVD finally in-stock (in-store) at Argos £119.99

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Not tried any other stores yet but certainly Coventry City Arcade and Nuneaton branches showing as haing stock in.

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Thanks feed_me_chocs

None in stock near to me....


http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/208-5682643MMA67UC324835X.jpg

Cheltenham, Gloucester, Cirencester, Stroud, Evesham, Malvern and Worcester all showing as having stock as well.

Original Poster

:thumbsup: Cheers for the image edi

Original Poster

Does anyone know if the video from this is connected to your TV via the 360's video output please? I ask because I only have 1 set of component connections on my TV which my 360 is already using.

It plugs straight into your 360 via USB - thats it

Original Poster

Thanks Chris - got mine reserved :thumbsup:

These are in stock in a few places, play.com for one, but not for £119.

Editor

Thanks for the tip feed_me_chocs :thumbsup:

Great, a lot of my local stores in West Yorkshire seem to have stock. Now if only my 360 worked!!!

Does anyone know if these come with either the King Kong or Media Remote?

P.S. GAME want £134.99 for the same item :oops:

media remote is standard, although i think the initial batch inlcuding king kong must have all been snapped up by now.

in stock in quite a few palces near me. Letchworth, biggleswade and stevenage.

arnold.rimmer

youd be crazy to buy into a dead format blue lazer = T£H r3AL n£XT g£N Xc … youd be crazy to buy into a dead format blue lazer = T£H r3AL n£XT g£N XcoX is teh d00m3d



I take it that you are referring to 'Blu-ray'.

Being able to at least correctly name the format you are supposedly championing would certainly lend credibility to your assertions that it is the future of HD media.

:giggle:

I'd hardly call it a dead format anyway, I've not actually seen any Blu-Ray discs on the shelves in shops, but I've seen plenty HD-DVD.

annoyingly, it looks like both are to stay. There's far too much power behind both technologies that one just wont win out

it'll be dual format players all the way (i know one is already in developement)

This guy has a point, seemingly Blu ray is whipping HD-DVD in America at the moment. Thats why i'm waiting a bit longer before purchasing either.

man deleting my posts, no one has a sense of humour round here i see

Now in stock at Croydon, Sutton & Bromley area's. :thumbsup:

Also, the HD-DVD Drive is available to now order online for delivery.

Still around...

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