Mid 2013 revision to the Xbox 360 line of game consoles, featuring 4 USB ports and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.

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Reliability of Xbox 360 E

Friends, in 2007 I bought Xbox 360, Zephyr. There are no concept of an "outdated game" for me and I like to return to my favorite titles, so I'm interested in my console working as long as possible. Unfortunately this can't be guarantied in Zephyr generation because of hardware flaws (well, you know).

And I decided to buy the latest revision console, the "Xbox 360 E". And i've got a question, did I do the right thing? How did this last revision prove itself? Is it reliable? Is it free from all problems? Thank you!

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A few words about me: I'm not a fan of any particular system, I like everything. However, in the last generation, I believe that the Xbox 360 is the best console. With the end of the generation, I decided to collect all the most curious games, this includes: exclusives, games with unusual mechanics, good games. Now I have 177 titles and 60 more titles to be found.

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When microsoft built that xbox, they kept in mind the RROD. The cooling system has been beefed up since.

However, xbox ones have even better cooling, and likely better reliability. Right now, a refurb xbox is available for $180. Just a consideration. The xbox one is backwards compatible with most 360 games, too.

https://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msu...

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