Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite Lego Batman and Pure Bundle 120 GB Matte Black Console (52V-00092)
About this product
- Product DescriptionThe Xbox 360 gives you more than entertainment; it gives you digital virtual entertainment. This Xbox black integrates high-definition video, DVD movie playback, digital music, photos, and online connectivity into one small sleek box. This 120GB Microsoft Xbox has a 12x dual-layer DVD-ROM drive, which plays both the game media and progressive-scan DVD movies. The Xbox 360 has an amazing storage of 120GB for saving game and media. This cool Xbox black allows users to supplement any game's music from tracks in their own personal library. This 120GB Microsoft Xbox can house up to 4 wireless controllers and has three USB 2.0 slots to use for wired controllers or for streaming your digital media. Make gaming, a serious activity with the Xbox 360.
- Product NameMicrosoft Xbox 360 Elite
- Product LineMicrosoft Xbox
- Console ColorMatte Black
- EditionLego Batman and Pure Bundle
- Audio Output SupportStereo
Power & Battery
- Power Source TypesPower Adapter - external
- Height3.27 in.
- Weight7.7 lb
- Width12.15 in.
- Depth10.15 in.
- Ram TechnologyGDDR3
- Supported MediaCD-ROM,DVD-ROM
- Region CodeUnited States
- CPUIBM Xenon 3.2 GHz
- Product Features
- Xbox 360 120GB hard drive
The 120GB detachable hard drive allows gamers to save their games and store television shows, movies, music, pictures, trailers, levels, demos, and other content available from Xbox LIVE marketplace.
- Xbox 360 wireless controller
This award-winning, high performance wireless controller features the Xbox guide button for quick, in-game access to friends and music. It has a range of up to 30 feet and a battery life of up to 30 hours on two AA batteries.
- Xbox 360 headset
Now available in black, the headset lets gamers strategize or trade taunts while playing games and send voice messages to friends on Xbox LIVE.
- Xbox 360 120GB hard drive
- Country RegionUnited States
- Hard Drive Capacity120 GB
Most relevant reviews
- lasbroads12Nov 07, 2013by
this system has a nice shape and good sequescing and nice games associated
this system has a nice shape and good sequescing and nice games associated to it, easy to use and well adapted to handling and i will recomend this phone to a lot of users
- bboyprNov 23, 2014by
Not Satisfying, not able to read any disk...
This console works, except that it does not read any disk at all. Not even satisfying...would like it more better if it is able to read any disk. I had to take off the parts for it towork and replace the wires with my older one for it to work. even my Older Xbox 360 reads disk better then this one. Not Satisfying .
- madivijiol538Aug 11, 2011by
excellent product, very very good.
Totally practical is a fully functional, very splendid in its operation provides us with good entertainment and distraction happily recommend very easy to use, giving hours of pleasure entertainment much pleasure in being able to relax and relaxing fun.
- xforeignxfabioxFeb 23, 2011by
Xbox 360 Elite- The Old Geezer Still Has the Magic
With all the new rage about the enw Xbox 360 S, some would question my excitement at buying the Xbox 360 Elite. However, even though it doesn't have built in WiFi, it isn't a hard problem to fix with a wireless router, and it can still support the Kinect. It has the same amount of memory (120 GB), and cost alot less. I bought an Elite Bundle, practically brand new, for less than $200, and the new Elite costs $300-$400. So the Elite doesn't have a sleek design, who cares? My Xbox Elite is in a mix of other stuff on the TV stand, and besides the faceplate (which is a Redskins one, just saying) you don't see much of the console. I am overly excited about the history me and my new Xbox Elite are going to have.
- jairnetMar 01, 2012by
Excellent combination of top-notch gaming and digital media features
The good: Excellent selection of games, user-friendly Dashboard interface; supports wireless controllers and accessories; backward compatible with many--but not all--original Xbox titles; doubles as a superior digital media hub and Windows Media extender; online Marketplace allows easy purchases of minigames, high-def movies, and TV shows.
The bad: The Elite fails to correct most of the annoyances of the original 360 version: the noisy DVD drive and cooling fan; a gigantic, oversize power supply; no built-in wireless networking.