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[* black] Insert wisdom hereXbox 360 E Repairability Score: '''8 out of 10''' (10 is easiest to repair).
[* green] Without the flashy chrome bezels, the 360 E's case is easier to open than 360 S.
[* green] Highly modular design allows replacement of drives, fan Wi-Fi card, RF module, button board and heat sink independently.
[* green] Use of cards and connectors instead of cables where possible makes disassembly and reassembly a snap.
[* yellow] The hard drive is easily accessible for upgrade or replacement, but requires buying a proprietary Xbox hard drive.
[* red] Use of clips instead of on the main case makes opening more difficult and potentially damaging
.
[* black] Insert wisdom hereXbox 360 E Repairability Score: '''8 out of 10''' (10 is easiest to repair).
[* green] Without the flashy chrome bezels, the 360 E's case is easier to open than 360 S.
[* green] Highly modular design allows replacement of drives, fan Wi-Fi card, RF module, button board and heat sink independently.
[* green] Use of cards and connectors instead of cables where possible makes disassembly and reassembly a snap.
[* yellow] The hard drive is easily accessible for upgrade or replacement, but requires buying a proprietary Xbox hard drive.
[* red] Use of clips instead of on the main case makes opening more difficult and potentially damaging
.

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