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Saturday, April 04, 2009
Everything Must Go: Video Game Consoles
NOTE: These items are all now taken, sorry. --Paul
The video game consoles listed below will only be shipped to the continental US.
If you'd like an item, please email me. Items are provided on a first come, first serve basis only. Sorry.
Items that are already taken will be crossed-out.
I'd actually price these lower, but shipping is going to be an issue as they're all pretty heavy.
Xbox 360 consoles - I have three Xbox 360 consoles to sell. All were recently repaired via Microsoft's free $1 billion no-questions-asked warranty service. These consoles are not complete sets in that they do not include a controller. Each does include the 1 month subscription card for Xbox Live Gold that Microsoft ships with repaired consoles.
Xbox 360 Core system (November 2006) with composite cables, power supply and 256 MB MU. This version does not yet have the New Xbox Experience installed, but once you log on to Xbox Live, you'll get the upgrade. - $70
Xbox 360 "Pro" system (October 2006) with component cables, power supply and 20 GB hard drive This version does not yet have the New Xbox Experience installed, but once you log on to Xbox Live, you'll get the upgrade. Works fine, the HDD is a bit scuffed up around the edges. - $100
Xbox 360 "Pro" system (October 2006) with component cables, power supply and 20 GB hard drive. This machine was upgraded to the NXE previously. - $100
Sony PlayStation 3 set - This is the original late 2006 PS3 with a 60 GB hard drive, full backwards compatibility with PS2 games, and the integrated media card reader. It is complete and includes the full console (w/box, instructions), 2 wireless controllers, 1 USB charging cable, a Blu-Ray Remote Control, and three games: Resistance: Fall of Man, Motor Storm, and Dark Kingdom. $200
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