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Post by trog @ 06:09pm 29/03/06 | 25 Comments
Microsoft have announced that the Xbox 360 is kicking along well here in Australia:

The report released today estimated 30,421 Xbox 360s had been sold in Australia during the four days between launch on Thursday, March 23 through to Sunday, March 26.

This is the highest recorded launch sales figure for consoles in Australia; against the Nintendo GameCube (9,190 in May 2002), original Xbox (6,672 in March 2002) and Sony PlayStation 2 (3,366 in November 2000). It also betters sales for the best selling handheld, Sony's PSP (27,055 in September 2005).
The game sales estimate is around 2.6 games per console sold.

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Posted 07:27pm 29/3/06
I wary to spend so much money on a microsoft product that hasn't been out for over a year. Maybe after I have had my fill with the PS3 and next-gen Nintendo I'll look at buying this system. Not to take away from those that have bought it. I'm sure you all feel it was well worth the money. Have fun guys! :)
Posted 02:16am 31/3/06
I haven't come across a 20m ethernet cable to run through my house to hook up to my xbox yet hehe.

i finally upgraded to adsl today....to get around the need to have cables everywhere im using ethernet over power...u can use it to connect to anything...pc's, tvs, xboxs..


and the cheapest place ive found to order is from

Posted 02:18am 31/3/06
ps: im using the Turbo HomePlug (quicker + a few extra nice features)
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