$99 Live Pack Upgrades Xbox 360 Arcade to Pro

There's just $100 standing between the $199 hard driveless Xbox 360 » 10/29/08 9:30am 10/29/08 9:30am Arcade and the more functional $299 Xbox 360 Pro. And now you can find that $100 in this which features all the vital stuff missing from the 360 Arcade, like the 60GB hard drive and (fist pump) an ethernet cord. But there's one blatant thing still…

Microsoft NXE Deal Upgrades Your Xbox 360 Memory For Less

Afraid your Xbox doesn't have enough memory » 10/13/08 10:00pm 10/13/08 10:00pm for the New Xbox Experience? So is Microsoft, and they're willing to sell you the storage space you need for a much reduced price. You can now log on to the company's to see if you're eligible for one of their special memory upgrade offers. Under their deal, a 20GB hard…

Xbox 360 DVD Vs. Hard Drive

Click to view » 10/08/08 4:45pm 10/08/08 4:45pmThe New Xbox Experience will provide 360 gamers with the option to onto the system's hard drive. Because of its faster data transfer rate, this should translate to faster load times, especially for . In this clip, we see a side-by-side of GTAIV loaded on DVD vs. the hard drive. The result? The game loads, …

Xbox 360's 120GB Hard Drive Drops to $149

To match the epic price slash » 9/11/08 9:46pm 9/11/08 9:46pm Microsoft inflicted on its Xbox 360s in early September, the company's now offering the 120GB hard drive accessory for $30 less, dropping the cost from $179 to $149. In case you were still on the fence about buying the system, picking up an Arcade SKU (for just $199) and the hard drive…

Rumor: Leaked Microsoft Email Confirms 60GB Hard Drive Package, 120GB…

A leaked email sent out to buyers at GameStop and Blockbuster shows three things that Microsoft will announce before or around E3 next week. One, there's a 60GB Pro console package coming. Two, there's a $99 60GB hard drive pack for Arcade and Core owners, which comes also with 3 months of Xbox Live, a wired headset… » 7/08/08 3:59pm 7/08/08 3:59pm

Behind the Xbox 360 Hard Drive's Insane Price

You might not know this, but 120GB hard drives don't actually cost $180. Unless they're for the Xbox 360. The teardown fanatics at iSuppli attempted to find some method to this madness. As you can guess, the numbers don't quite add up to $180, but it actually gets a lot closer than you'd think. » 5/07/08 2:02am 5/07/08 2:02am