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Thursday, 05 July 2007 09:59

XboX 360 Elite comes in a week

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Xbox live to offer movies


Microsoft plans to introduce the black version of XboX 360 Elite and this will happen within seven days from now. The black version comes with HDMI port and cable, 120 GB hard drive and a wireless black controller.

Obviously Micrsoft wants to further hurt the Playstation 3 sales that is already bad as the device is super expensive and probably to increase the margins as the European version sells in Euros or Pounds which means more money for Microsoft.

Microsoft will also introduce a new XboX live service and it will offer users to buy films and some other products and probably will increase its numbers one more time. It is well known that companies earn more on gadgets and add-ons including games then on the console hardware itself.

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