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Xbox 360 redesigned

E3 2010: New Xbox 360s will be launching soon. New look, smaller and feature WiFi and a 250GB HDD.

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New Xbox 360s will be making their way to retail shelves later this week in North America. The new black units will replace the 360 Elite models. The new model is smaller and thinner than the old 360 and they promise to be significantly quieter.
 
The new model will have built in WiFi and will be manufactured using a smaller 45nm chips that should be cooler than their predecessors. The units will ship with a 250GB hard drive and will be priced the same as the Elite models. Announced in the Microsoft Press conference early this morning at E3 all attendees will receive one for free.
 
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