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Promoted 08-25-2016 by SubZero5 at 02:36 PM View Original Post
Newegg via eBay has 500GB Xbox One S Halo Collection Console + AC Syndicate + Fallout 4 + Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for $329. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive
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cheaper and a better option to buy a larger external drive. M$ rips you off with a shitty internal drive in all the XB1s.

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with the 4% ebay bucks it could be worth it if you received the targeted email
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For me it's only $10 more than Amazon (without the extra games) because of taxes.
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I would recommend getting the 1 TB instead of the 500 GB. Otherwise you will end up buying an external hard drive.
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I would recommend getting the 1 TB instead of the 500 GB. Otherwise you will end up buying an external hard drive.
cheaper and a better option to buy a larger external drive. M$ rips you off with a shitty internal drive in all the XB1s.
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Wow, XBox1 S's are already less than PS4's?!
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Glad to already see deals on Xbox One S, I'm gonna wait for Scorpio though, my Xbox 360 is doing fine for now, kids play Kinect games more than I even play so might as well go big and get the powerful Scorpio next year.
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Wow, XBox1 S's are already less than PS4's?!
How is that surprising or even news? MSFT is being aggressive with their pricing just as they should...

Its been working for them recently and hopefully they keep improving sales and Sony also drops their prices to compensate! Customers only can benefit from these...

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cheaper and a better option to buy a larger external drive. M$ rips you off with a shitty internal drive in all the XB1s.
How are they ripping people off?! They give options up to 2TB! The competition on the other hand...
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Quote from Zephead View Post :
Glad to already see deals on Xbox One S, I'm gonna wait for Scorpio though, my Xbox 360 is doing fine for now, kids play Kinect games more than I even play so might as well go big and get the powerful Scorpio next year.
probably a good idea, I still have my 360, it's a great system

only reason I also have the xbox one S is because of halo 5 and 4k videos (which I don't even use yet)
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280$ after you sell all those games back to GS, 16.50$ per game. Also you might get full game price because it's close in the box...
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You can't upgrade the internal HDD on the xbox one, you're forced to rely on external drives. The ps4 drive can be upgraded with ease.
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How are they ripping people off?! They give options up to 2TB! The competition on the other hand...
it's not the size, it's the premium to get the size... 33% more expensive, about 100$, to get another 1.5TB of 5400rpm HDD... would you pay 100$ for a 1.5TB 5400rpm 32MB buffer HDD to put into your computer? i paid 70$ a piece for the 3TB 7200rpm 64MB buffer HDDs in my server 2 years ago... that's a ripoff by any standards.

point remains, you can get larger and faster drives for cheaper externally... save the money and buy yourself a nice huge drive to sit next to the console, it's not like these things are made to be portable anyway.


i could care less about the competition, they're not interchangeable as far as i'm concerned, so that point is moot.
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Quote from psyctto View Post :
it's not the size, it's the premium to get the size... 33% more expensive, about 100$, to get another 1.5TB of 5400rpm HDD... would you pay 100$ for a 1.5TB 5400rpm 32MB buffer HDD to put into your computer? i paid 70$ a piece for the 3TB 7200rpm 64MB buffer HDDs in my server 2 years ago... that's a ripoff by any standards.

point remains, you can get larger and faster drives for cheaper externally... save the money and buy yourself a nice huge drive to sit next to the console, it's not like these things are made to be portable anyway.


i could care less about the competition, they're not interchangeable as far as i'm concerned, so that point is moot.
But it's literally the same case with EVERY electronics manufacturer.

Look at smartphones. $50 extra to go from 16GB to 32GB (when 16GB of flash memory can be had for <$20 easily). $50 more to go from 32GB to 64GB.
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Quote from geocacher99 View Post :
probably a good idea, I still have my 360, it's a great system

only reason I also have the xbox one S is because of halo 5 and 4k videos (which I don't even use yet)
You bought a one S for halo 5? Late to the party on that one.
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