Xbox 360 Elite

Released on May 12th, 2005 the Xbox 360 was Microsoft's seventh-generation home video game console designed to compete against Sony's PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii. It is the successor to the original Xbox.

Released on 27th August 2007, costing £299.99, the Xbox Elite came in a matte black case, with matching headset and controller, and a 120GB hard drive pre installed, it became the top of the range console, with the ordinary grey machine with it's smaller hard drive the cheaper option, also with the release of the Elite, the arcade version of the machine was phased out.

Although less likely to fail than its predecessors, there were still numerous cases of the dreaded red ring of death.

Manufacturer: Microsoft
Date: 27th August 2007

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