Xbox 360: Fun-filled Games

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The Xbox 360 is a video gaming console from the well-known house of Microsoft. This console is developed in cooperation with the IBM, ATI and SiS. As a matter of fact, it carries a custom IBM PowerPC-based CPU with three symmetrical cores, each running at a high speed of 3.2GHz. The integrated graphics processor is loaded with 10 MB of embedded DRAM. With its high-definition features, the gaming console would feel like a “next-gen console” at your fingertips.

The Xbox 360 sets a new pace for digital entertainment, as it integrates high-definition videos, DVD movie playback, digital music, photos as well as online connectivity options within a chic profile. Unlike its predecessors, the Xbox 360 is slim and sleek in looks; the gadget measures approximately 3.3 x 12.2 x 10.2 inches and weighs 7.7lbs.

This powerful gadget can draw 500 million triangles per second. Therefore, the users can enjoy viewing the standard TV definition, which is even better on HDTV. The Xbox 360 supports a widescreen with a high resolution of 16:9 format. This gaming console is available in three standard variants namely – the Arcade, the Premium and the Elite.

The console is empowered with detachable 20 GB Hard Disc Drive to store the downloaded content. This gaming console is compatible with original Xbox games. The Xbox 360 also supports multimedia capabilities such as music player, video files and many more. Moreover, the users can enjoy viewing their favourite pictures and they can also perform slide shows of their collection of photos.

The hard drive in the console comes with game demos, video clips as well as a free Live Arcade games. Moreover, this gaming device includes exciting games that motivate quite everyone – from casual users to avid players. The console comes with a host of high-end games such as King Kong, Project Gotham, Racing 3, Call of Duty 2 and many more. The adventure, thrill, and fun of many of these games are more than enough to draw the users.

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